Films and videos created by Towson students will be added soon to the categories below.
Films developing characters and story created by students in Narrative Filmmaking and Seminar in Narrative Filmmaking classes.
(EMF 367 & EMF 473)
Cinema that explores new forms to convey new ways of seeing. These are works that can be visually poetic, intensely personal, culturally humorous, and/or socially critical.
Production of films and videos on non-fiction subjects.
Created by students in the Documentary Film and Video class. (EMF 461)
Production of promotional and informational videos for non-profit corporate clients. Created by students in the Corporate Video
class. (EMF 437)
Dance for the Camera
Choreographers from the Dance Department and EMF videographers collaborate to craft unique movement pieces for the camera. None of these works could be
presented “live” on a proscenium stage; each dance for the camera integrates digital video and dance into a mediatized performance exploring time and space.
Lighting for Film & Video
Production of films and videos as projects for a cinematography course. Created by students in the Lighting for Film and Video class class. (EMF 340)
Department of Electronic Media and Film
Media Center, Room 103 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.