Located next to Warner Bros. Studios in Los Angeles, California, NYFA's BFA programs are literally at the center of the American entertainment industry. Beyond the opportunity to interact in their classroom and studio training with mentors who are working professionals and educators, NYFA students are exposed to a cultural environment that far exceeds those offered in the art programs at most liberal arts colleges and universities.
Our three-year Bachelor's is for highly motivated students...
3 Year B.F.A.
Acting, Animation & Digital Arts, Film & Television Production, Producing, Screenwriting
From Day 1, you’ll be encouraged to find your own voice as you develop your expertise and expand your understanding of storytelling in both mainstream Hollywood feature films and television as well as in the corporate and non-profit arenas through advertising and public relations.
You’ll be mentored by a faculty of real-world professionals who know how things are done from personal experience and are eager to “show you the ropes.”
Follow your dreams by undertaking a hands-on education...
4 Year B.A., 4 Year B.F.A.
Acting, Cinematography, Creative Producing, Documentary Filmmaking, Film & Television Production, Media Arts & Practice, Producing, Writing for Screen & Television, Screenwriting, Film Studies
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film and Television provides an education in the history and theory of these art forms and basic learning experiences in production within the context of a liberal arts education.
Note: The School of Theater, Film, and Television does NOT allow double majors.
The convergence of all the art forms of the moving-image enables students to move freely among the plurality of media. Our course offerings cross traditional disciplinary boundaries. Scholarly work in...
4 Year B.A.
Animation & Digital Arts, Cinematography, Directing, Editing, Film & Television Production, Producing, Screenwriting
Since 1965, our program has had a significant impact on the cultural and artistic landscape. Notable graduates include directors Martin Scorsese (Goodfellas) and Chris Columbus (Night at the Museum), editor Sally Menke (Pulp Fiction), independent filmmakers Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl) and Joel Cohen (Fargo), directors of photography Reed Morano (Frozen River) and Ernest Dickerson (Do the Right Thing), TV writer/producers Damon Lindelof (Lost) and Emily Whitesell...
4 Year B.S.
Cinematography, Directing, Documentary Filmmaking, Editing, Film & Television Production, Producing, Screenwriting
$50k to $60k
November 1 - Early Decision 1
January 1 - Early Decision 2 & Regular Decision
With seven programs of study, CTVA offers unparalleled opportunities for academic and professional training in a richly diverse environment.
Our faculty bring extensive professional experience to the classrooms, studios and labs, and are committed to instilling the knowledge, expertise, creative and analytical skills that will allow students to achieve their goals in the fields of television, film and new media.
Students begin their studies by examining all the elements of drama, production, and performance and then gradually focusing attention on a particular area of interest. For students whose goal it is to write for theatre, film, or television, the Department offers a Writing Track, which facilitates a concentration on playwriting and screenwriting while participating in and learning from the production program.
4 Year B.A.
Acting, Directing, Dramatic Writing, Film & Television Production, Screenwriting
The Division of Film & Television Production teaches students how to make compelling, in-demand content for screens of every size-whether it's IMAX or a hand-held device. At SCA, students quickly become adept at the tools of the trade, from cameras, light kits, and editing software to the newest cutting-edge techniques and technologies that are changing the professional production process.
4 Year B.A., 4 Year B.F.A.
Animation & Digital Arts, Film & Television Production, Film Studies, Interactive Entertainment & Games, Media Arts & Practice, Screenwriting, Writing for Screen & Television
In your first two years, you learn how visuals, audio and video are used to tell stories. You study systems of production, distribution and exhibition and their economic, political and social impact. In your junior and senior years, you can do more advanced work in writing, production or management.
In your final two years, you will work with your faculty adviser to build a program that fits your unique interests and goals. You may prefer to select such subjects as television and film...
Do you love films your friends really hate? Do you know the difference between Bergman and Bertolucci? Do you make notes most days of dialogue, locations and situations for screenplays? Do you like learning about more than just movies? You could be an ideal student for the VCUarts Cinema degree.
Our program emphasizes academic excellence, professionalism, teamwork and performance oriented productions; we are storytellers and artists. This undergraduate degree introduces students to a broad...
If you have a passion for telling stories with a camera, working with sound, editing dialogue, sound effects or music, or any of the other exciting disciplines within the realm of cinema, then you may wish to consider an emphasis in Cinema Production.
Our undergraduate program is one of the most dynamic and highly regarded media programs in the country, and we take great pride in the impressive work done by our current students and alumni. Our undergraduates have won numerous awards at international, national, and regional film festivals, and conduct media studies research supported by prestigious scholarships. Many of our students participate in internships with both independent and big-budget film production companies, as well as with...
4 Year B.S.
Film & Television Production
$5k to $10k
November 1 - Priority Decision
December 1 - Regular Decision