film degree

  1. Boston University Producing

    Boston University Producing

    In three semesters, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills necessary to tell compelling stories, develop ideas and compete successfully. Whether you want to produce, manage, write, market, teach or pursue another career avenue, you’ll leave here uniquely prepared and qualified to take on the TV world.
  2. AFDA Alumni Tristan-Holmes @ OSCARS:

    AFDA Alumni Tristan-Holmes @ OSCARS:

    AFDA Johannesburg alumni, Tristan Holmes, began his career in front of the camera at the tender age of 12. After six years as a television presenter, he enrolled at AFDA Johannesburg where he graduated top of his class with a BA honours in Motion Picture Medium. His films made during this time...
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    advice on schools

    I am 34 and i am thinking about going to grad school to get my MFA in screenwriting. I graduated fall 2013 from a school in northern california with a degree in film studies so internships, there were none. I wanna be able to teach that is my reason to go back to school and if i sell a script...
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    advice on schools

    I am 34 and i am thinking about going to grad school to get my MFA in screenwriting. I graduated fall 2013 from a school in northern california with a degree in film studies so internships, there were none. I wanna be able to teach that is my reason to go back to school and if i sell a script...
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    Raindance Postgraduate Film Degree

    Hi to all! I am thinking about applying to Raindance postgraduate film degree in London... I am a little confused! I do not know if its more theoritical than practical... Has anyone been to that course? Between Met and Raindance which one you think is the best? Thanks in advance!
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