^-- what he said. You can't get a masters if you don't have a bachelor's of some sort.
clearly you have a huge ego. one reason you may have been rejected. I was accepted and will mention what my portfolio and application consisted of.Originally posted by Miguel Angel:
Definitely I don't know what kind of rules they follow in order to accept or reject people.. it's very weird.
So, just to follow the previous replies.
I applied to Cinematography.
- Emmanuel Lubezki
- Daniel Aranyo
- Pedro Almodovar
People who talk about me at AFI:
- Janusz Kaminski
- Rodrigo Prieto
The shortfilms I sent:
No Existe El Adios
(I got two nominations and 1 award for this job)
Stringless (work in progress)
I sent a photographic portfolio with almost 20 pics too.
Also I got the Fulbright Scholarship in Spain and I have learnt English from the scratch in one year and some months just to go to AFI, in fact, I'm still learning .
My narrative statement is great, I put my heart and my mind on it and everybody who read it loved it.
However I was rejected without the chance of an interview.
Of course I'm going to talk with them, because it's inexplicable and everybody (even my recommenders) can't believe it.
Anyway, it's not the end of the world, if I'm not accepted this year, I will send my application in December again and again and again till I'm accepted.
My second option is TISCH in NY and my third one is NFTS in London, not for this year though so I don't know if Fulbright will keep my scholarship for next year or I will have to pay the full cost of tuition.
While you do need an undergraduate degree for an MFA, you can still be accepted at AFI without having attended college. This is the case with several of my classmates, and while they won't receive the degree (it will be a certificate of completion) they otherwise have all the same access the rest of us do.
Hey now,Originally posted by themelvin:
Me thinks its cinema334 who suffers from big head syndrome