電影與新媒體學院 國立臺北藝術大學 TNUA


School of Film and New Media

School of Film and New Media

Founded in 2009, the School of Film and New Media is the only higher education institution in Taiwan focusing on film and new media art. Its undergraduate programs will be introduced in August 2010. Its present master’s degree programs have been formed by incorporating the School of Theatre Art’s filmmaking graduate program and the School of Fine Arts’ graduate program of arts and technology. The School looks to meet the trends and demand in Taiwan and overseas, providing talents of technology, creative work, R&D, and design for the industries.

Department of Filmmaking B.F.A. Program Starting in 2010, the B.F.A program in filmmaking is dedicated to various aspects of cinema art. Our goal is to provide students with vital basic knowledge and skills of film history, aesthetics, and production techniques. Students develop expertise in their chosen fields of film acting, cinematography, sound recording, editing, and production design, as well as digital effects and animation. The curriculum keeps abreast of latest international technological trends, providing Taiwan’s film industry with fresh talent who can make a creative meaningful difference. M.F.A. Program The filmmaking graduate program, introduced in 2003, is the only one in Taiwan dedicated to the training of feature film professionals. The program has three divisions: Producing, Screenwriting and Directing. Our goal is to train students with the techniques of “ good storytelling” in order to attract viewers back to theatres to see Taiwan films. We aim to prepare young professionals who, after graduation, are able to produce, write or direct feature films and television programs. Our curriculum offers opportunities to work with film and TV professionals and students in Taiwan and other countries.

Department of New Media art B.F.A. Program The B.F.A. Program will be introduced in 2010 with a major focus on new media art, media technology and design to champion the intergration of new media art and applicatoin. It explores cross-disciplinary integration of creative arts and digital technology to refiect the new digital art form in the age of technology. The curriculum will focus on cross-disciplinary knowledge involving natural sciences, the humanities, arts, and information technology. Students will be trained to apply technology to media art, or apply digital technology to the interaction between arts and creative cultural industries M.F.A Program Previously under the Graduate Institute of Art and Technology that was first introduced in 2001, the M.F.A. Program focuses on media art, and digital art. By exploring the nature of modern art, philosophical discourses on art in the digital age, and aesthetics, students will learn to understand the meaning of contemporary arts and to interpret works of creative arts within the framework of contemporary arts. They may also learn to develop innovative technologies from the realms of science, and apply discoveries and technologies of modern science as media for new art forms.

Department of Animation B.F.A. Program The Department of Animation was set up in 2011 to train talent for the cultural creative industries and to promote the digital content industry. The Department regularly holds international animation festivals, symposiums, forums, workshops and other activities. Its long-term goal is to nurture generations of professionals for making animation feature films to advance Taiwan’s animation film and TV industry.