School of Film | Communication

At Brooks Institute, we aim to develop visual image makers through creative filmmaking, documentary storytelling or print who understand and appreciate their role as visual artists and communicators. Whether pursuing an education in graphic design, visual journalism or film, students can engage in a comprehensive program of study that integrates practical techniques, methods and tools with our “learning by doing” philosophy to build the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to succeed in the competitive marketplace.

Choosing the Brooks Institute Difference

Brooks Institute is for focused and passionate students seeking to find their voice through a small, distinct community of collaborators and a faculty of many accomplished professionals. In our school for film production, emphasis is placed on hands-on, experiential learning, allowing students to find innovative ways to tell the stories that mean the most to them. Students in our school of filmmaking are given the opportunity to produce distinctive work while expanding beyond their craft, so they can become well-rounded professionals adept in areas beyond their main course of study, such as liberal arts, professional business practices and social responsibility.

Get Started in Our School of Film | Communication

Select a degree program from the list below to learn more about its objectives, coursework and outcomes. If you have a question, just fill out the simple form at the bottom of the page. A Brooks Institute admissions representative will contact you promptly to provide the answers you need. If you’ve already identified the degree program you would like to pursue, you may apply online now.


School of film and film communication student Rachel Etter