TFVP: Film and Television


Get the foundations to succeed in the film and television industries by gaining experience and knowledge in all aspects of production. Learn how to conceptualize, write, produce and edit a wide variety of film and television projects, including short fiction, documentary, episodic television, TV studio production, public service announcements, promotional trailers, digital effects (i.e. green screen, color correction, computer-based 2D animation) and commercials.

Real-life and practical experience that includes a bi-annual student film festival called, Cinefest; a distinctive Capstone film project where students will perform in all the key production tasks as writers, producers, directors, cinematographers, editors and production personnel.

The Degree

Bachelor of Fine Arts—Film and Television

This rigorous curriculum has been designed as a cohort model to help with building healthy working relationships among peers, which will in turn promote unity between students that will last far beyond the college experience and into future careers. This spirit of collaboration is fundamental to personal and professional endeavors in the cinematic arts.

For more specific information, please contact Professor David Liban, call (303)-315-7414, or contact an Advisor at

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Our Students

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Student Success Stories

Aaron Kopp, Academy Award and broadcast Emmy recipient for “Saving Face,” an HBO Documentary in the Best Short Documentary category. He was also awarded an $80,000 MacArthur grant to finish his documentary, “Liyana.”

Kyle Cowan raised $55,418 on Kickstarter to finance his feature Camouflage. He wrote, directed and starred in this recently completed production. Trailer:

Matt Kinsey was nominated for 2013 broadcast Emmy for his work as a producer on So You Think You Dance.


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