I'm mulling it over again. Two years ago, I submitted to UCLA and got accepted into accepted for a Screenwriting MFA. I came very close to going but, to be honest, I was in sort of a fear-based, survival-mode mindset. I also had a celebrity attached to a project that I was trying to...
I'm a college senior graduating this December with a degree in film. I'm excited by the idea of writing features, but my interest is mainly television. Since the application period coincides with the tail-end of my thesis (and I don't have much money), I'm trying to be...
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Turns out those who got rejected never received emails??? They just got their letters in the mail around mid-March (which, if you ask me, is cruel).
Apparently, someone had done this thing where they logged into:
(just put in your USC ID and birthday) and...
People who got accepted to an mfa program on your second/third attempt: do such people even exist? Or is it foolish for me keep trying? Please share your story to light the way. Especially screenwriters (since I'm dealing with rejection right now).
Hi! Has anyone heard back from UCLA's Screenwriting MFA yet (2018)?
Just wondering if anyone has already been selected for an interview.
If selected, when do you guys think we can expect to hear from them? I know it varies from year to year, just wondering if interviews have already started.
We all want to make movies. We wouldn't be here if that wasn't the case. But making any movie, even a short can feel daunting no matter how much experience you have. Here's how I made my hopefully triumphant return to directing.
I'll start from the very beginning...
The Script - How did I...
Western State Colorado University’s low-residency program offers both the MA and MFA in Creative Writing with a concentration in Screenwriting (they also offer tracks in Genre Fiction and Poetry and a Certificate in Publishing). Screenwriting students study both film and TV writing, as well as...
Graduates from the UNCSA Screenwriting program will start their careers in the field with a confidence that can only come from this intensive, hands-on, and also nurturing program. Our two-year program will not only immerse you in challenging progression of fundamental and advanced screenwriting...
The Master of Fine Arts is a highly selective two-year program designed to cultivate the writer's voice through a demanding curriculum focused on the craft of screenwriting that culminates in a comprehensive film and television portfolio of original work. Additionally, writers are educated on...
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...
So need some advice. I got into CSULA screenwriting program and Pepperdines screenwriting program.
So pepperdine highlights:
-Private, 2 year program, In Maibu, 44 units and you graduate
cost is $71,000 roughly total( not a highlight)
-Price is $17,900 total
- is 3 year...
Hello Everyone, I just got in to CSULA mfa program in screenwriting and wanted to get peoples thoughts of the program. DId you learn alot? Was the program benificial? Those sorts of things. Any advice would be awesome. Thanks you
I was admitted to the program and would love to hear from others who have been accepted and are considering Northwestern! Especially with decision deadlines approaching, it would be great to hear people's impressions of the program (both past and present!).
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