Learn a producer’s responsibilities In Liberty’s cinematic arts program. Experience the producer’s role in guiding a film from development to the final phase of marketing and distribution.
You can develop the artistic and technical foundations necessary to direct a film. In Liberty’s Cinematic Arts program, you will learn a director’s duties from professors with firsthand experience in the film industry and extensive training with state-of-the-art equipment.
Screenwriting is visually driven storytelling that involves creative ideas, dynamic characters, and an understanding of the target audience. As a student in Liberty’s cinematic arts program, you will learn to produce movies that impact viewers.
In Liberty University's Cinematic Arts program you gain hands-on experience in the art of cinematography while training with industry standard equipment. Students use RED cameras (used for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit”), KinoFlo and Arri lighting instruments, and a range of grip and lighting gear.
Working in teams, you will learn the roles involved in filmmaking and the skills necessary to produce compelling motion pictures.
Sound design is a crucial aspect of any film. Working alongside professionals, you will train with top industry equipment and experience real-world application of sound design. Students have the opportunity to be certified in Pro Tools up to the 310 Post-Expert level.
As a student in Liberty’s Cinematic Arts program, you will work with the industry’s top editing and postproduction platforms. In our state-of-the-art facilities, students apply the fundamentals to create projects that can stand with the best in the nation.