He's a jack of all trades and doesn't use monitors on set.
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Maybe current students can help out with this one. What books or films do you suggest we read/watch before starting grad school?? About film directing, screenwriting, producing, creative writing. (If a thread about this topic already exist, could someone point me in the right direction?)
Master Thread with Written Materials of Accepted Students; Personal Statements, Screenplays, StoriesHey all,
Browsing through the forums here, I came across a few samples of SOPs, screenplays and so on of folks who have been accepted before and have graciously shared this stuff on the site, and couldn’t help but think what a great resource this would be for all current and future applications to make a kind of “Master Thread” with all those materials. And this is it!
I’ve copied the materials I found (and it’s not much, yet) to a Google drive folder which I wanted to share with y’all:...
Hey graduates, I think a very helpful thing for those of us looking at film school would be to hear your experiences with handling the cost of your degree. Obviously film school is a significant financial investment. For instance, NYU estimates a COA of 90K per year, http://tisch.nyu.edu/content/dam/tisch/grad-film/COAGradFilmMay2016.pdf
So I'm wondering, how do you feel about the cost involved in your decision? Did you get loans to cover your education? Do you feel that the cost...
I thought I'll just post what I've been thinking. I've basically written down some pros and cons of schools that I've been admitted to. Maybe it'll help me/others in some way. Disclaimer - This is just based on my research by speaking to current students and alumni from each schools. But correct me if I'm wrong. Also feel free to add more schools based on your research.
USC MFA in Film/ TV Production
- Really strong...
So I did a lot of extensive research on both schools since I and a lot of others got accepted into both programs. Here's what I've gotten from both schools as pros and cons:
LMU (about $20k per year for 3 years) Approximately $60k in total
Chapman (about $42k per year for 2 years) Approximately $80k in total
LMU looks attractive here. 20k per year eases up costs if you're getting annual rewards for financial aid. Less overall for...
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