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Anna Rose Keefe ’13 thinks about her time as a costume shop assistant.
Loren Robertson ’06: At MHC, I majored in Dance and minored in Film, now I run a videography business in California.
Varsha V Manoj '16: I compiled my internship interviews with women and children participating in SEEDS Model Village program into a short film.
In her Sundance debut, Chloe Zhao ’05 brings modern depth to a familiar story.
Lee Tae Cobb ’10: As a film studies major I learned to look at visual mediums with a critical eye and experience film from the production side.
Stacey Owens ’06: After creating my own major, I could not stop creating, and still do in my career as a TV Producer.
Naomi Rodri ’15: like historians, theatrical professionals constantly question what a play means and how it can be understood in its historical context.
Paula T. Alekson ’90: I have been greatly served by the totality of my educational experience founded in the classroom, on the stage, and the box office.
Elodie Munezero '16: "When it comes to the industry, you’re never going to be able to do only what you like."
discusses her internship at the Academy of Television and her plan for career success in the future.
Adrienne Picciotto ’16: My internship with the Media Institute for Social Change was one of my most life-changing experiences.
Diana Katz ’12: it's important to keep an open mind, there is no limit to what's possible with a film studies degree from Mount Holyoke College.
Fay Gartenberg ’11: mentorship helped me resolve a conflict between a financially secure career choice and exploring my artistic practice and identity.
Erica Berman ’05: In the theater department, I explored my artistry, gained confidence in my storytelling abilities and expanded my artistic world view.
Laura Zingle ’03: my academic/work experience made me a better stage manager and I thank MHC for shaping me into a more confident, worldly individual.
Molly Paige FP’18 rekindled a love of theater when she came to Mount Holyoke. Now she’s directing “Bull in a China Shop,” the new play by Bryna Turner ’12.
A biology and film studies double major, Anqa Khan ’17 is gaining an intersectional understanding of public health through her research and internships.
Erin Murphy ’15: My theater experience pushed me to be more flexible and open-minded about the ways in which theater could exist in my life.
“Bull in a China Shop,” the off-Broadway play by Bryna Turner ‘12 about Mary Woolley and Jeannette Marks will be produced at MHC in December.
Laura Swanbeck ’08: with the generous support of my professors, I turned what I considered a strange film obsession into an unconventional career.
Jamie Theophilos ’13: Through the insight, connections and encouragement of my professors, I launched my career in media.
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