I'm still in the process of putting together my website @_@ didn't start until I decided to apply to NYU. But you can find me on Instagram @aawesomesing. Honestly, I don't know if submitting photography will be in my best interest... but I also don't feel confident with my past video works either.... :/ urghHaha, nope. My photography skills are terrible. Good luck. Would be interested in seeing your stuff if you've already got a website available.
Does the "concept" in written submission mean "synopsis"?It appears to be 2022. It says:
Below please find the portfolio requirements for the Fall 2022 application.
NYU Tisch Graduate Film Degree, Portfolio Requirements for MFA in Filmmaking. There are two required components that you must submit in order to successfully complete your application for admissiontisch.nyu.edu
I did shoot some emails to ask a current student about the question. The answer is that you can write a treatment, a synopsis, or simply capture the idea of your project. NYU does not ask for writing the concept in a specific format.Does the "concept" in Written Submissions mean "synopsis"?
Check this out for inspiration: (at least on writing style)Not gonna lie I’m struggling to get the “Concept” down on paper :s
Thank you for your respond. But how could a treatment fit in one page with double-spaced?!Concept:
Describe one concept for a feature-length script, narrative film, or documentary that you would like to develop. Write no more than one page, typed, double-spaced, 12 point font. (Save as a pdf and upload to SlideRoom.)
I'm pretty sure this means a treatment. See the treatment for the Terminator that we gave in our resources section:
Thank you for your respond. It helps. I did sent email to Tisch admissions regarding this question, but they never respond.I did shoot some emails to ask a current student about the question. The answer is that you can write a treatment, a synopsis, or simply capture the idea of your project. NYU does not ask for writing the concept in a specific format.
Ha. I guess not much. But it doesn't have to be in any specific format it sounds like... just that it conveys the general story. Maybe think of it as a one page pitch?And what different between a "quick treatment" and a "synopsis" then?