USC Film and TV Production MFA -- What path for Producers?


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Can people aspiring to be creative producers attend the USC TV & Film Production MFA? Would it be advisable to attend this program if you're not really interested in directing, but more producing? I know about the Stark MFA, but I'm not interested in that one.

Hi, yes you can. Note that the first year is dedicated to introducing you to all the major roles in a film including directing and your roles will be alternating in the 7 projects you will be involved in. For the next two years, your role and number of projects you will be doing will all depend on what classes you choose - they are a lot of producing classes available.

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