Cinema Club

Cinema Club

Cinema Club

Cinema Workshop is Rowan University's student filmmaking club, and has been for the past 42 years. This club offers students the opportunity to work on film, video and multimedia projects outside of the classroom experience. Students take skills learned in production classes and apply them to creative work either more personal or larger in scope than what is possible within the confines of a 15 week course of study. After a peer-oriented pitch and approval process, Cinema Workshop provides grants in the form of goods and services through production, culminating in a year-end screening of often award-winning films and videos.

In addition to production, Cinema Workshop actively promotes workshops in which students learn about everything from how to get an internship to how to set a light stand. Each week the executive board, with the help of teachers or professionals, teaches a new lesson that can help the members in their own cinematic endeavors.

Cinema Workshop also provides a link to former members, many of whom are working professionals in the field of film and video production.

The club is advised by Professor Sean O'Leary.

Would you like to join Cinema Workshop but don't know how to get involved? Come to our meetings at 9:30 p.m. every Thursday in Bozorth Hall, room 112.