MFA students learn in the most state of the art facilities rivaling the most advanced production companies in the world. You'll hone your talent as a media-maker in six specialties- Producing, Directing, Cinematography, Editing, Production Design, and Sound-while also learning the newest cutting-edge technologies that are changing the professional production process, preparing you for all future forms of media production.
Noticed there wasn't a USC-focused MFA writing thread, so figured I would kick things off with this observation.
I was obsessively scanning the various spreadsheets of year's past today (as you do), and noticed that today (Feb. 20) was when acceptance letters started to trickle in for Screenwriting applicants back in 2015. Now granted the wait in 2016 was a tad bit longer (the first one wasn't reported until March 4), but still, the point remains: I think we've actually reached the point...
Hi all - I'm Maria and looking to apply to the Peter Stark Program, wondering who else has begun their application essays....
Also, I see on the USC site that they don't require GRE scores, but on previous forums I see people are taking their GRE. Does anyone know if that's an official requirement?
Look forward to discussing the process.
I hope everybody who celebrates Thanksgiving had a wonderful holiday. The application deadline is a few short days away so I wanted to create a thread for those of us interested in the Columbia MFA film program. It would be great to have folks to talk to during the next couple of anxious months. The Columbia MFA threads for last year and the year before that were really helpful and active. I hope this one will be as well.
Please share any thoughts, tips or opinions. Here's to...
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