The New Film Certificate Starts in August!
The UPRM Film Certificate is a curricular sequence founded in 2006. Certificate students have won prizes at film festivals, gone on to study film at the graduate level in topflight programs at the American Film Institute, Columbia University, Columbia College – Chicago, the Savannah College of Art and Design, and elsewhere, work in film in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Atlanta, and have won Emmys.
This August, we unveil the new expanded Film Certificate with more options and more professors. We have three brand new courses, and will be offering a series of weekend workshops as sections of CINE4025, which focus on different filmmaking skills. Look for Cartero e-mails and flyers promoting these new courses and workshops. Take a course as an elective, or submit an application to enroll in the Film Certificate.
|CINE3005: Writing the Short Film (New Course)||3||24 Credits|
|CINE4001: Film History to 1950||4||48 Credits|
|CINE4002: Film History from 1950||4||48 Credits|
|CINE4005: Film Theory||3||48 Credits|
|CINE4017: Film Production – The Fiction Film (New Course)||3||48 Credits|
|CINE4016: Film Production – The Creative Documentary (New Course)||3||48 Credits|
|Film Electives (Take at Least 1 Credit)|
|CINE4025: Special Topics||1-9||24 Credits|
|INGL3345: Special Topics|
|ITAL3085: Italian Cinema|
|ESPA3126: Latin American Cinema|
|ESPA3305: Hispanic Film and Literature|
|Total Number of Credits Required||18|
* The old requirements apply to students already enrolled in the Film Certificate. The new requirements apply to anyone accepted for August of 2017 or after.
** The courses CINE4016 and CINE4017 replace CINE4015: Digital Videomaking. Students who have already taken CINE4015 do not need to take CINE4016 or CINE4017. Students who haven’t taken CINE4015, should take CINE4016 or CINE4017.