Learn the theory and practice of film.
Discover the cinema of diverse cultures.
Examine the political significance of the moving image.
Master cinematography, sound, mise-en-scene, and editing.
Study film at Muhlenberg College.
Students in Muhlenberg’s production sequence learn to tell compelling stories in a variety of styles. We use the latest equipment, including full HD cameras and Final Cut Pro.
The films below are a small sample of our students' work.
Long Term Care
By Venkat Mokkapati, Jeremy Russial, and Natalie Wizel
Drama, 2012. A young man tries to figure out what he owes to others.
I <3 Taber Ross
By Jason Avezzano and Brendan Joyce
By Joanna Whitney, Lara Pollack, Nicole Machrone, and Jake Ramsay
By Sharon Krome, Venkat Mokkapati, and Laura Seburn
Drama, 2013. Two sisters clear out the physical remnants of their family's memories.
By Kurt Beyer, Jackson Bull, and John Carter
By Sarah Sheldon, Evan Colten, and Stephanie Katz
By Sakina Maghrib, Jake Ramsay, and Jackson Bull
Drama, 2010. Two young women in Morocco risk everything for their relationship. In French and Arabic with English subtitles.
By Liz Harris and Philip Lakin
Comedy, 2009. High school friends hatch the ultimate plan to get out of trouble. (Warning: mature content)
The Withering Tree
By Julia Gersuk, Jordan Miller, and Hugh Trimble
Horror, 2010. An abandoned factory reveals its secrets.
By Meredith Murphy and Joanna Whitney
Comedy/Drama, 2010. Sometimes it’s better to ignore your friends’ advice.
By John Carter, Andrew Weisel, and Zach Carter
Comedy, 2010. A behind-the-scenes look at the making of a television pilot.
By Peter Kleinberger, Jordan Miller, and Kathleen Telesco
Drama, 2009. An examination of the obstacles that divide us.
By Daniela Quiroz, Caroline West, and Kelley Wynne
Drama, 2010. A young woman tries to figure out what is missing in her life.
By Erika Liljestrand and Alayna Martin.
Drama, 2010. Three friends try to come to terms with something they can’t even talk about.