If you’ve ever done film before, the whole first year is a waste of time taught by adjunct professors. Think “this is three point lighting”. If you know nothing about film, it will serve you well, but it’s definitely not a professional program based on my experience so far. Also the program lacks faculty diversity and often times administrators are at odds with students and favoritism is rampant. One professor which I will not name said that I made a mistake coming to USC since so much of it is BS. If you’re on a full scholarship then do it. If you’re going into debt for this then I would caution you against coming.
Honestly unless you are getting a full ride, usc is not worth it. It’s plagued with problems and their marketing saves them.
Unless you have full ride it is 100% not worth it, a waste of your time.
Really? I guess that could be a neat class but only in addition to studying the classics. Studying the OG classics and great directors that people may not be familiar with would seem more valuable to me.Christopher Nolan & Villeneuve studies lol. (not even joking, it's a real class this summer).