The SFA School of Art graduate filmmaking program is inherently interdisciplinary and is designed to provide advanced studies for film students seeking the Master of Fine Arts degree. The mission of the M.F.A. program is to develop filmmakers who may obtain professional status in the independent media, industrial media, entertainment industry, or academic communities. The program also encourages work that is aesthetically challenging and seeks to develop filmmakers who will express a...
The MFA in Cinematic Arts at the University of Texas at Arlington is designed to cultivate artists working in the areas of creating, writing and directing for film, video, and other digital motion media. Our unique program provides theoretical mentoring and a base in practical skills necessary to develop well rounded filmmakers and media artists. The MFA is a 60-credit hour program emphasizing producing and direction for film and video. The program offers opportunities to further refine...
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