The FTVM Department boasts three state-of-the-art studios. Studio A is available on a limited basis to current U of M students, faculty, and staff for class assignments, departmental video projects, and other University business. Interested parties may submit an application detailing their intentions and production needs. The Production Equipment Room & Studios B and C are exclusively for FTVM faculty and students and are used to produce class projects and films.
The DHC contains thousands of screenplays, DVDs, videotapes and laserdiscs. While only screenplays are available for university-wide checkout, viewing stations are available for patrons who wish to screen films for academic assignments or personal pleasure.
This collection features extensive archives and materials documenting the careers of American filmmakers known for coloring outside the lines: Robert Altman, Ira Deutchman, Alan Rudolph, Nancy Savoca, John Sayles, and Orson Welles. Together they make U-M a major destination for research on these American maverick filmmakers.
Mavericks & Makers Symposia - Click here to view the archive of our symposia
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