Beyond the Film Studies Classroom

Experiential Learning in Film

Students and faculty in the Film Studies Program travel across the region to film festivals and events and participate in film-making projects and programs.

MHC professor Robin Blaetz in "These Amazing Shadows"
A clip of Mount Holyoke professor Robin Blaetz in the documentary "These Amazing Shadows," which looks at the impact of the National Film Registry.
SEEDS: Radicalizing Change in Tribal Jha
Varsha V Manoj '16: I compiled my internship interviews with women and children participating in SEEDS Model Village program into a short film.
Sukriti Singh creates a film inspired by The Shining.
A student film submitted to the Five College Film Festival 2013. Made as an adaptation of The Shining for a class.
Ricerche: Three by Sharon Hayes
A film exploring the perspectives of MHC students on sex, sexuality, gender and the political realities that constrain and/or liberate them.
Elodie Munezero discusses her Movies from Malboro experience.
An opportunity to create a dramatic feature film, The Movies from Malboro course is a mentorship experience working with Award winning Director Jay Craven.
MHC Film Students Go to NYC to See Experimental Cinema
The film screening was held at the Anthology Film Archives on the Lower East Side and curated by Robin Blaetz, chair and professor of film studies,.