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I'm currently a film productions major at Emerson College and am about to start my sophmore year. I've pretty much been obsessed with filmmaking since I was 10 years old and my enthusiasm for it has only increased. At the same time, I've been thinking about switching majors not because I want to do something "practical" but because I feel that there is so much more to learn from other majors that could shape me into becoming a more intelligent, open filmmaker. In other words, how can one tell a relatable and versatile story if filmmaking is all one knows? I'm not saying that film degrees are useless (although I'd say they are for the most part), I just feel that pursuing my dream while majoring in something else would help me learn and grow more as a person than just majoring in film would ever do. I'm thinking about majoring in Journalism, Economics, or Business. Or perhaps I should just stick with my film major...What do you guys think?