Film. Television. Two powerful mediums. They are also two powerful mediums studied in PBA’s Cinema Arts program, one of the top such programs in the country, offered at Florida’s top Christian college. Our location in South Florida will provide students interested in film and television the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, cities and cultures.
As a part of this program, you will be part of an award-winning team, one that received 3rd place at the Broadcasters Education Association Awards in 2017, earning a total of 10 awards for both faculty and student productions, bested only by Arizona State and University of Oklahoma.
As a student in PBA’s Cinema Arts Program, you may choose from the following tracks of study:
You’ll be prepared for your future through a program that emphasizes:
You’ll use state-of-the-art technology, from learning basic camera skills on the mini-DV, to perfecting your skills on broadcast-quality digital video and film cameras. You’ll learn in a 2,300-square-foot television studio, using professional quality lighting, grip equipment, Avid and ProTools editing systems and more.
Your professors are internationally acclaimed experts in film and television. For example, one of our associate professors has traveled the world producing documentaries on Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa and Alexandr Solzhenitsyn. Another won an Academy Award and produced more than 300 films through his own media production company.
You’ll find exciting opportunities at every turn, from producing your own videos or films, or getting involved with student organizations.
We are committed to making the PBA experience affordable for you.
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“Everything I know about film, I learned here. I’m thankful. My dream ultimately is to direct feature films that reach a large audience and impact the way people think. My goal isn’t to be famous. I want to glorify God.”
-- Lukas Colombo, alumnus, founder of Moai Films and director of the feature film "I Love You"