Hi guys! I'm applying for MFA programs and I'm struggling with who to ask for recommendations. I've already gotten one professor and one extra curricular advisor who both know me well, but I need one more that is from a non-academic source.
I'm wondering which option would be better:
So this is a bit of a weird questions but some background, I'm from the UK and am in my final year of undergrad (English lit) and looking at doing an MA/MFA in screenwriting next year. Realistically I'll probably end up somewhere in the UK (LFS, Goldsmiths & MetFilm are on the list) but if I had...
I'm a Canadian undergrad student looking to apply to USC Film/TV Production MFA Fall '22. I was wondering what makes a solid reference letter (content? author?) and what I can do at this moment that can help me get some solid letters in 2022.
Right now I'm relatively close with a film...
As far as application details / materials are concerned, the following documents were part of submission:
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- Portfolio of a few works done till date
- A Photography Portfolio ( Optional)
- Link to a project that you have worked on, in any capacity (DoP / Director /...
London Film School - MA Filmmaking
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