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Intern at a prestigious art, media, or cultural institution in New York City

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Check out the Selznick Graduate Program in Film and Media Preservation

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Get involved in the Gollin Film Festival

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Join the Undergraduate Film Council

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Major & Minor

Pursue a degree or take courses in film and media studies.

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Gollin Film Festival

UR's premier student film festival gives undergrads the chance to see their films on the big screen and win cash prizes.

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Art New York

Immerse yourself in big city life while completing an internship at a prestigious art, media, or cultural institution.

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Master of Arts in Film and Media Preservation

Combining practical, hands-on training in motion picture preservation with a formal graduate degree program, the Selznick School of Film Preservation and the Department of English offer a Masters of Arts degree program in film and media preservation. Students in the Selznick Graduate Program in Film and Media Preservation work with Film and Media Studies faculty through the Department of English at the University of Rochester.

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FMS students can participate in Art in New York program. Students in this program spend a semester interning at prestigious art, media and cultural institutions in NYC while taking two classes.

The University maintains a reciprocity agreement with several area colleges. Students can take courses taught at allied schools for no extra cost if they are not offered here.

FMS jointly runs the Selznick Graduate Program in Film and Media Preservation with the George Eastman Museum. This award winning program allows students to earn a certificate in Film and Media Preservation in just one year.


The Digital Scholarship Lab at River Campus Libraries used a program called DaVinci Resolve to help process surviving 9.5 mm footage of Tokkan Kozo, a 1929 Japanese silent film.

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Digital scholars rescue lost Japanese film

A 1929 Japanese silent film inspired by a classic O. Henry short story was long thought lost until Rochester researchers collaborated to bring it back to the big screen.

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40students

The Film and Media Studies Program has an enrollment of approximately 40 students in the major and minor.

Why FMS?

There are many opportunities open to students of film and media arts. Many students go on to film or television school, pursuing graduate work in producing, directing, editing, cinematography, screen writing, acting, and other creative aspects of media.

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