New book for undergraduate film school applicants

Bob Cronk

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In trying to research the application process for undergraduate film schools, my co-author and I found out that there did not seem to be a single source of information specific to undergrad applicants (and parents). So we created one: "Lights, Camera, APPLICATION!" It's now available from Amazon (paperback and Kindle) and soon to be available on other outlets (Nook, iPad). I didn't want this to sound like a commercial posting, but I did want to make you aware that this new book existed. If you do get a chance to see it, please let me know what you think. Suggestions are always welcome.


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