Hunter or Brooklyn for film

A.C. Bowman

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I recently got accepted into Brooklyn College and I'm awaiting a decision from Hunter and I'm pursuing a major in film (along with studying theatre and television) to become a director, along with pursuing a minor in public policy. Is there a more superior school when it comes to film? I don't know much about Hunter's film program and little about Brooklyn's program albeit the research I looked into. I love Hunter's location and Brooklyn is so far away from Manhattan, but the actual program for film is also majorly important. Help?
 

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