Film and Video Production

Film and Video production courses at Mount Holyoke College and in the Five Colleges are designed to teach students how to be thoughtful, critical media makers while also fostering an appreciation for the moving image as an art form. All video production courses require either a 210-course application or a 310-course application

Stacey Owens '06
Stacey Owens '06: After creating my own major, I could not stop creating, and still do in my career as a TV Producer.
Laura Swanbeck '08
Laura Swanbeck '08: with the generous support of my professors, I turned what I considered a strange film obsession into an unconventional career.
Selfie (Continuity Exercise for Introduction to Video Production)  by Henrietta Joshi ('18) and Lindsay Hwang ('19)
Henrietta Joshi '18 and Lindsay Hwang '19: We wanted to depict something trivial but with wit and a twist at the end.
_retry by Zhengzheng Wan '16
Zhengzheng Wan '16: a film about how technology affects our ability to connect with the world.
See No Evil (trailer for Senior Honors Thesis project, a TV pilot) by Miranda Gontz ('16)
Miranda Gontz '16: I created this trailer about a government agent that realizes that a terrible secret about why no one sees the violence in society.
students in crowd
Cheryl O'Connell '16: A film about Holyoke High School students won Best of MHC at the recent 5C Student Film & Video Festival.