Hello! I am applying for a Fulbright scholarship. I want to pursue an MFA in Experimental Animation and Experimental Film. If some of you would like to give me feedback on my essays, I would really appreciate it. Let me know if I could dm you my documents.
Also if you know of more programs...
So I wanted to be in film school, specifically I wanted to learn about animation and live action stuff. My dad wanted me to go to college that is 2 hours or less from home. So any film schools from the west coast is out. Only colleges from the northeast. Thank you!
I applied to a grand total of four colleges, Chapman's application was the second most difficult (USC was the hardest) because it asked for a lot of small paragraphs on unique topics and 5 Letters of Rec (which seemed completely ridiculous and I'm still not certain that I didn't do that wrong)...
Hey! I'm currently a senior in high school right now, and I was hoping to meet fellow SCA applicants and receive some advice for my application.
I've been looking around the internet for SCA animation portfolios, but I can hardly find any that got accepted. I was wondering if anyone was willing...
I'm applying as a freshman just coming out of high school.
Overall my application experience has been wonderful! Gloria's been amazingly helpful, and I was even allowed to submit a supplement a day late when I realized I couldn't get it done in time.
The interviews are in person unless you live...
I haven't seen a thread about MFA Animation Applicants for this year so I thought I would start one. I am currently waiting on decisions from the USC DADA MFA program and the UCLA Animation Workshop MFA. Good luck to you all and I can't wait to hear about your results!
I am a current applicant to the UCLA Animation workshop and I still haven't heard back yet. Is there anyone else here that applied to the program? Did any of you get a response from the program? Let me know.
Thought I'd create a thread for anybody applying to USC for Animation 2015. I just submitted my application the 15th for the MFA program.
It would be awesome to communicate between each other and see everyone's progression.
I am planning on venturing into the film career field mostly focused on CGI,VISUAL EFFECTS , ANINATION ETC but I cant figure out where to start since I recently finished high school. I was wondering if studying a degree in fine arts majored in digital arts will set me in the right direction to...
it's april 24th and still no news from UCLA Animation MFA admissions!
let's share it here if you heard anything.
ps: as far as i know, they started announcing the results from mid April in 2012. what's going on this year?!