Dr. Vincent Bohlinger
If you’re interested in understanding cinema, not just enjoying it, you may be interested in a degree in film studies.
Rhode Island College’s Film Studies Program was ranked 12th Best in the Country by Intelligent.com and ranked among the Top 15 Best Affordable Film Studies Degree Programs (Bachelor’s) in the country by Affordable Schools.net. The Film Studies Program offers a track in film studies and a track in film production. Students in the film studies track learn to formally analyze cinema, its artistic qualities and its role in society. Those in the production track gain exposure to the basic principles of film production, photography and screenwriting. We offer a minor in film studies as well as extracurricular activities, such as the student film competition and talent awards, which recognize and support new and emerging film talent each semester.
Rhode Island College is an exclusive member of the Common Application. All students applying for undergraduate admission must complete the Common Application. This includes freshmen, second degree students, re-admits and international applicants.
Meet the writers/directors of “Endings” (from left) Angelica DiMaio, Emily Daltorio and Greg Jason. “Endings” premiered on May 5 and is now streaming on YouTube.
A RIC film class is opening its lecture hall to the campus community, sharing films produced by and conversations with Ukrainian filmmakers as part of a Ukrainian Film Series.