The Master of Fine Arts degree in Writing for Screen and Television, is an intensive two-year degree program that concentrates on writing for narrative film and television. During the course of their studies, students benefit from a wide array of internship and mentorship opportunities available as a result of the university's close links to the Los Angeles film industry's top screenwriters, directors, production companies and studios. Course work includes practical instruction in...
I couldn't agree more.
Rule #1 Don't be an a**hole!!!
Starting a new forum for us to keep track of interviews, acceptances, and rejections. I'm posting the spreadsheet here as well.
If you haven't done so already, please fill it out!
I thought I'd start a thread about this program and see if anybody has any strong feelings about it, which I'm sure you do! I didn't know anything about it until just recently but it sounds really cool. It sounds like a great idea as an alternative or a prelude to an advanced degree. (Apparently lots of UCLA's MFA students come from this cohort.)
If you haven't heard of it, basically you take two courses (lecture & workshop) for a year taught by UCLA's screenwriting faculty. Here's the...
I decided to post this as its own tread so it would be helpful for years to come and easilly accessable! Behind the link you can find the google spread sheet where everyone (non forumers too!) is kindly asked to input your information. Please don't hesitate even if you haven't heard from some school or don't get in. Nobody will be the wiser who "Bananalover13" or "Anonymous99" really is, but for us and upcoming applicants the input is invaluable during already stressful times....
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