Film Media B.A.


Film and television production at URI Harrington School

Overview

Through the film/media studies program at the Harrington School of Communication and Media, you’ll explore your interests while working in an environment that echoes real-world experience. Here you’ll find a pragmatic approach to being in the business of film in its many forms.

You’ll learn cutting-edge media production and critical analysis as you develop a deep appreciation and understanding of the history of the medium. You’ll have the tools to create meaningful work that reflects a sophisticated understanding of technique, craft, and art.

“The moving image is ruling communications right now. We're teaching a technical skill that can be applied broadly. Our students are able to pick up a camera but they are also really great writers. We prepare students for the world ahead.”
Rebecca Romanow, Program Director

Why Film/Media at the Harrington School?

  • Project-based learning
  • Instruction from scholars, researchers and professionals
  • Internships and experiential-learning opportunities

Student Films

Watch more URI Film/Media Student Film Clips.