Savannah College of Art and Design - Film and Television MFA

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As a student of film and television at SCAD, you'll acquire diverse technical skills, center yourself as a solid creative and step seamlessly into...
Degrees Offered
  1. 2 Year M.F.A.
  1. Film & Television Production
Yearly Tuition
$30k to $40k
Application Deadline Details
Rolling admission. Applications and materials will need to be submitted 30 days prior to the beginning of the quarter in which they would like to enroll.

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Is a GRE required for admission? No
Is a portfolio required for admission? Yes
As a student of film and television at SCAD, you'll acquire diverse technical skills, center yourself as a solid creative and step seamlessly into your professional film career. Our students benefit from an immersive experience in the full spectrum of production roles and responsibilities, focusing on advanced study and practice in both the technical and conceptual aspects of filmmaking. Become a visual storyteller, a multimedia artist and a creative communicator who is fully prepared to step into the professional studio — even before you graduate.

The educators at SCAD have all worked professionally within the Film and Television industry. They are dedicated to sharing their knowledge and talents through assisting students in a career path of their dreams. Our faculty at SCAD have worked with companies such as “BBC Productions”, “Fox Sports”, “Turner Broadcasting System (TBS)”, “Universal Pictures”, “Twentieth Century Fox”, and many more.

Application Requirements

Quality over quantity (10 minutes)

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  • Cheaper than some other big name film school with a good scholarship
  • Good access to equipment
  • Town is cheap to live
  • Horrible, uneducated and inexperienced faculty
  • Poorly managed equipment
  • Way too many student not from a film background
  • Poorly designed course, duplicated from undergraduate
  • Very limited talent resource
  • Bad reputation
The school is a complete honeypot, department head Donald.W Moffett has limited film production experience and has not idea how to properly guide the department. Chaos course design. Mediocre student body, most graduate student don’t have any film background experience and knowledge.
Faculties are mainly leftover from the industry who hardly been on any professional productions. Stay away, don’t wast you money and dream.
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