How to Handle Rejections from Film School

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How to Handle Rejections

You didn’t get in. Now what?

First of all, you’re not alone. I’ve been there. If you want to read more about my personal experiences with rejection, I have a blog post on it. But what this article is going to focus on is the steps you can take now to either move on or improve your chances for reapplying in the future.

Start with taking a step back and a deep breath. A film school rejection, whether it’s for undergraduate or graduate studies, is not the end of your film...

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