American Film Institute (AFI) - Directing Applicants 2021

To the people who have been interviewed already too, do you just randomly catch yourself replaying everything you said in your mind and get worried because it feels like you could've said more HAHAHA
 

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To the people who have been interviewed already too, do you just randomly catch yourself replaying everything you said in your mind and get worried because it feels like you could've said more HAHAHA
I try not to think too much about the answers I gave because I did my best. The hardest part for me is being left in the dark for another month or so...
 

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I submitted mine. I feel pretty confident this year compared to last. If anyone wants to swap A confrontation urls just for shits and giggles, do message me :)
Hey there! I also applied twice. I'd like to swap my URLs with you! But I didn’t receive an interview this year. :(
 

Zuri Zhou

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I submitted mine. I feel pretty confident this year compared to last. If anyone wants to swap A confrontation urls just for shits and giggles, do message me :)
Hey there! I also applied twice. I'd like to swap my URLs with you! But I didn’t receive an interview this year. :(
 
Did anyone send a thank you note? If so, how was it received? I don’t wanna invade my interviewers privacy but maybe there’s a proper way to do this
I did, yes. I emailed Jill and asked her for my interviewers’ email addresses. She responded telling me they don’t disclose them, but that she’d be happy to forward my thank you note to them. So I wrote a quick letter to my interviewers and sent them to Jill! So you could skip the intermediate step and just ask Jill to forward your note to your interviewers directly
 
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