Stony Brook University - MFA in Film Directing

Degrees Offered
  1. 3 Year M.F.A.
Concentrations
  1. Directing
Yearly Tuition
$5k to $10k
Tuition Detail
$634/credit for New York State residents and $1,126/credit for non-residents.

Casper

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I'm interested in applying for this program. but there are so little info about this program's reputation and feedbacks. has anyone heard anything about this program, is it good? anything would do!
 

asa0110

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I'm interested in applying for this program. but there are so little info about this program's reputation and feedbacks. has anyone heard anything about this program, is it good? anything would do!
Hey! So the program is in association with killer films which is a cornerstone when it comes to Indie films. From what I've gathered, the program is very young, probably the fifth or the sixth year its been running so it's not very well known. But the faculty is excellent, most of them are industry professionals from huge film schools like nyu, Columbia etc. And the cost of the program is significantly cheaper than other US film schools. Hope this helps. I've applied to the Producer track, after researching it quite a bit. If you have any other questions, I can try to answer them!
 
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