Has anyone heard back from Loyola Marymount regarding their MFA in Screenwriting application (For Fall 2009)? I talked to the chair back in February and he said they usually decide early April to mid-April.
I have finalized my list of accepted colleges, which are LMU (Loyola Marymount Uni.) and SVA (School of visual arts) for 2009 fall film/video program.
As much research I have already done, I just want to hear if anyone willing to help me add some more knowledge to these 2 colleges?
So I apologize in advance for rambling. Here's the deal. I was a biz student in undergrad, graduated 1st in my class with a 3.98 GPA, then got an MBA and have spent the last 2 years working for the world's biggest tobacco company. Career is great, just got promoted, new company car...
Was wondering if anyone here would be willing to talk about Loyola Marymount's MFA screenwriting program. I've been really impressed with what I've read about it, but it's always helpful to talk to a human being, too. :)
I have recently been accepted to Loyola Marymount, under their screenwriting undergrad major, and Emerson, under their Film Production with a focus on writing for film and television undergrad major. I was wonder which of these school has a better reputation, academics , and staff?
Does anyone know Loyola Marymount University's address for Undergraduate Admissions? I sent in my transcript and for some reason, they haven't received it. It would really help if someone answered me asap because I want to send it out by next week.
EDIT: Nevermind, LMU emailed me back.
I have been accepted to both and am trying to decide between the two. I'd love to hear some opinions regarding each of the schools. Specifically, I am going for film production hoping to become a director. If anyone could offer insight into how the programs compare please let me know.
I got accepted to these three screenwriting programs. I know there is already a similar thread regarding USC, but I called them and they said at the cinema writing divsion their decision would not have mattered because the regular school did not admit me first... I'm guessing this was grade...
I'm looking to be a Film Production major at USC, UCLA, Chapman, or Loyola Marymount, and am wondering what my chances of getting in are.
My junior year GPA was a 4.67, I got a 2220 on the SAT, I'm the top of my class, President of my choral group, and won the Performing Arts award at my...
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