At the Savannah Film Festival, SCAD film and television students network with filmmakers, directors, studio executives, producers and others to gain further understanding of their chosen career. Even before graduation, these SCAD students are immersed in a creative studio environment where industry-standard technology and professional instruction enable them to create award-winning media.
Filmmaker and artistAt SCAD, students develop a sophisticated visual aesthetic in the university's unparalleled collaborative atmosphere. The curriculum encompasses acting, directing, writing, producing and sound design to immerse students in the full spectrum of production roles and responsibilities. Through advanced study and practice in both the technical and conceptual aspects of filmmaking, SCAD students are transformed into visual storytellers, multimedia artists and creative communicators ready for professional careers. After graduation, SCAD students work for television networks, film studios and production companies creating media for audiences around the globe.
Film and television is offered in Savannah.
SCAD offers a comprehensive education in film and television. Students learn how to be sophisticated visual artists and narrative storytellers while also mastering the equipment found at major production and postproduction facilities. Students edit at high-end Avid Nitris and Symphony Nitris workstations. Filmmakers use the Red One and other industry-standard cameras, and they manipulate sound at state-of-the-art digital audio workstations.
Professors in the SCAD film and television department bring passion and professional expertise into their classrooms. SCAD film and television professors are Emmy and Oscar award-nominated writers, producers and directors, who are veterans of celebrated films and television shows with extensive industry experience.