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New film emphasis offered at UALR

Posted By on Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 10:53 AM

UALR: You oughta be in pictures
  • UALR: You oughta be in pictures

The film program at UCA in Conway has been churning out starry-eyed young filmmakers for awhile, and now UALR is pumping up the film options for their students, with a new cinema-centric degree emphasis offered through the School of Mass Communications.

Courses available will include screenwriting, movie-making techniques, documentary production, and non-linear video editing, all applicable toward a degree in Mass Communications with an accent on motion pictures. UALR's Mass Comm already has a film minor.

For more information about the movie making option, contact Mark Giese at (501)569-3250 or visit ualr.edu/masscomm.

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