My kid got into the Deapul University film program (Chicago) with a good scholarship. He has a good SAT 1400 but GPA is 2.85. He has a good resume where he made a movie that got some recognition etc. Does he have a chance in the BU Flim Program? We live in Massachusetts.
I was accepted into Boston University and Umiami college of communication and plan to study film. I was also accepted into Chapman but did not apply to the film school. BU is a great school but I was given no aid so I would have to pay 60k and receive no help for graduate school. While Umiami...
What's up fellas. I am at a loss for where to go.
I've gained acceptance to 8 schools (American University, Boston University, DePaul, Emerson, Fordham, Syracuse, George Mason & VCU (both are in-state schools)
I narrowed down my list to 3: American, Emerson, and Syracuse, although insight into...
I'm applying to LMU, DePaul, UCLA, Texas, Chapman, and maybe Boston U for MFA in screenwriting programs, and noticed that there are pages posted for scholarship opportunities on each site, but I'm unsure exactly what I could get upon applying, particularly at UCLA... they have a whole page...
I want to go into television and most likely be a television producer. I love sitcoms like The Office, 30 Rock, and Parks and Rec and I'm interested in creating shows similar to those. My dream job would be to have my own Netflix show. I can't decide what to do and I have to commit by may 1...
I have been accepted to both programs but am struggling to choose between the two. LMU clearly has the location advantage being right in LA, Boston U seems like a better all around school. My goal is to direct films in the future, I have no interest in TV production. Which program is the better...
I'm looking at schools to apply to for undergrad. I'm looking at Newhouse specifically for Syracuse. Which school is better for film and tv production but also just in general (environment, people, job opportunities, etc.)?
Focused and intensive, the Boston University Master of Fine Arts program in Cinema and Media Production is unique. You finish in one calendar year—three semesters—instead of two years as at other programs. That’s because there are no introductory courses. Ours is a professional-level, terminal...
2 years, Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting
Boston University takes the approach of “a well-rounded screenwriting is a more effective screenwriter” in their MFA in Screenwriting program. Students explore writing for different genres and mediums, develop...
Film & Television at the BU College of Communication (COM) is committed to teaching students how to tell stories over multiple platforms such as film, television and new media. The effort often reaches across COM departments and even other schools and colleges. Our faculty includes such notables...
I'm currently deciding between grad school television programs.
My goals (for now, at least) are in showrunning, and LMU's Writing and Producing for Television program and BU's Television MS with a focus in Writing/Producing seem to be the best fits. My issue with both however is lengths. At...
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