Film, Video, and Audio Production

Make media about the world to change the world. Understand how filmmakers communicate. Get hands-on with cameras and mics, software and studios. Collaborate with a community.

A student performs on stage, with fractured video projected behind her
Students in the program Consciousness, Dreams, and Everyday Life: Self, Other, World give fall quarter presentations in the Center for Creative and Applied Media (CCAM).

Contemporary skills. How we understand the world is shaped by the images and sounds we see on screens. At Evergreen, we know that through thoughtful critique and analysis of media, we can find answers to complex questions both societal and personal. By choosing to use the powerful tools of media production, you’ll ignite the spark that illuminates the human experience.

The history of you. As a student in Evergreen’s Film, Video, and Production field, you’ll engage deeply in issues of race, class, and gender. You’ll develop critical awareness through screenings, reading, writing, and discussion. In addition, you’ll confront and embrace your own personal narrative as you learn the history, theory, and practice of film, animation, and sound design.

Getting started and going beyond. Our courses and programs offer many entry points for you to develop your critical skills and talents. You will have access to interdisciplinary programs that will allow you to discover your interests and academic skills in the practice of media. Advanced programs, senior projects, and media internships are also offered for upper division students.

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Faculty Associated With This Field
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Chema, Carolyn
Kamen, Ben Music technology and theory
Lee, Albert
Speights, Arlen Computer studies
Towfighnia, Suree Documentary film
Vergara, Zenaida Audio and Music Production
Zay, Julia Media arts, photography, visual studies