For many years now, students here at Clarkson University have taken courses in film, cinema and video production. The purpose of this site is to make students' film projects--in genres ranging from comedy, action and drama to mystery and romance--available on the web.

For each course, students are given a semester to write a script, draw out a storyboard, gather movie equipment, shoot their movies, and edit it all together with the help of Dan Dullea, Director of Media Technologies. There is a page for each video that has been chosen one of the best of the class projects for each semester.

The next couple of years will see a wonderful growth of mutimedia develpment and the arts for Clarkson University, with a new muttimedia lab optimized for video production and editing. All available at the Eastman Kodak Center for Excellence in Communication.

The student courses involving media and video are taught by Professors Frances Weller Bailey, Steve Doheny-Farina Dan Dullea

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Cufilms: Student Films at Clarkson University
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