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The Cinema and Interactive Media Department at the University of Miami School of Communication includes majors in Motion Pictures and Interactive Media.
The Cinema and Interactive Media Department offers a complete curricular experience in critical understanding and effective creation of contemporary moving image media and interactive design. Our programs are designed to prepare a new generation of innovators, storytellers and leaders in the field of cinema, transmedia and interaction design with a mission to explore the creative uses of narrative, documentary, technology, design and human behavior to entertain, impact, augment, and influence how people communicate.
Bachelor of Science
The Undergraduate Program offers a complete curriculum for a new generation of media specialists, providing historical context and embracing the moving image creative process from writing and development through production and post-production to all forms of exhibition - theatrical, TV, web, and more.Read more
Master of Fine Arts
The M.F.A. Program in Motion Pictures is committed to training moving image artists at the highest professional levels, offering a three-year MFA degree with flexible specialization in Producing, Directing, Screenwriting, Editing, Cinematography, Sound, Documentary, and Interactive Media creation.Read more
Master of Fine Arts
The M.F.A. program in Interactive Media aims to prepare a new generation of innovators and leaders in the field of interaction design. The curriculum brings together students from different backgrounds to learn about game design, web design, mobile, data visualization, interaction design, and more.Read more
See our latest Cinema & Interactive Media projects, all done by our very own students and faculty.
When he joined a fraternity in freshman year at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, Miami native Alejandro Victor Pallares never imagined someday he’d be shooting a film about the process. Now Pledge, centere...
On Nov. 11, 2015, the Chinese “Double 11” shopping day (like “Cyber Monday” in the U.S.), when Chinese girls were busy spending on clothes, Mingtian was desperate for money to complete her thesis film in the University of Mia...
The School of Communication has announced the winners of the 2015-2016 Creative Activity and Research Grants. This year, both recipients hail from the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media. Dr. Christina Lane and Profess...