Practicum film projects mimic showbiz, so don’t ‘expect a cakewalk’

By Ignacio Calderon and Zachary Clingenpeel

Practicum courses are considered capstones—an experience-based project taken before graduation—in the Cinema and Television Arts Department. In the practicum, students from various disciplines, including cinematography, production design and directing, to name a few, collaborate to produce a short film. The course is selective, as students must either be nominated or apply for admission, with approximately five students from each discipline making the cut for the course that can range up to 70 total students.


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