About The Program

    Film is an art form. Film is also an important industry in the wider business of the media. And its most essential characteristic is that, film is a form of human communication. Thus, studying filmmaking consists not only of learning technical skills and creativity, but also of gaining and applying knowledge of economics, science, and the humanities. The Bachelor program in Film at BINUS INTERNATIONAL treats technical skills as an integral part in the understanding of aesthetics, communication, social and cultural knowledge, and also the film business itself. We believe filmmakers must have not only skills, knowledge, and creative attitudes needed in filmmaking, but also art perspectives and socio-cultural understanding, so they can create a movie not only with economic and business considerations but also potentiality to engage in dialogue with the audience.


    The latest developments in the local film industry and challenges in the global film industry require better filmmakers who do not only depend on technical skills but also creative fields related to storytelling, forms, styles and aesthetics, content, and the film business itself. Better understanding in artistic choices, narratives, society’s requirements, and the media world will create filmmakers with aesthetic and managerial authority, filmmakers with important positions in society’s development.

    Film Curricula

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    • Visual Workshop
    • Basic Photography
    • Introduction to Film Art
    • Storytelling Strategy
    • Character Building I
    • Film Production Seminar
    • Performance Strategy
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • History of Indonesian Culture
    • Film Artistic
    • Sound I
    • Cinematography I
    • Directing I
    • Editing I
    • Character Building II
    • Academic English II
    • Film Production I
    • Character Building III
    • Scriptwriting I
    • Literature and Film
    • World Film History
    • Film Genre, Movement, and Style
    • Fine Art
    • Academic English II
    • Directing II
    • Film Theory
    • Film and Television Business and Management
    • Alternative Distribution and Film Festival
    • Introduction to Communication & Media Studies
    • Film Production II
    • Character Building IV
    • Indonesian Film History
    • Film and Society
    • Introduction to Animation
    • Introduction to Documentary
    • Film and Media Technology
    • Research Methodology
    • Scriptwriting II
    • Introduction to Psychology & Sociology
    • Directing III
    • Copyright and Commoditization
    • Law, Policy and Media Control
    • Film, Media, and Propaganda
    • Film Production III
    • Final Project
    • Cinematography II
    • Sound II
    • Editing II
    • Scriptwriting III
    • Production Design
    • Internship
    • Fieldwork
    • Post -colonialism Studies
    • Gender Studies
    • Conflict and Social Group Studies
    • Consumer Culture
    • New Media and Cultural Change