User Blogs now available to all Supporting Members!

Chris W

The night was sultry...
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If you are a Supporting Member you can now have your own blog on FilmSchool.org to:

  • An introduction about yourself and why you're into film and what you want to do
  • Updates on your application process
  • Chronicling the shooting of a film
  • Chronicling the writing of a script
  • Random musings
  • Blog about your experiences while at film school

I created an entirely new example blog to show everyone how to create a blog on FilmSchool.org. :)

Example Blog - Your own Blog on FilmSchool.org

Example Blog - Your own Blog on FilmSchool.org

Welcome to the home page of the Example Blog on FilmSchool.org. :) Supporter+ Members can have their own blog on FilmSchool.org. This is blog is an example of the things you can do with this exclusive new feature on the site. This page is the home page for your blog. Here you tell a little bit...

How to create your Blog on FilmSchool.org

How to create your Blog on FilmSchool.org

Supporter+ Members can have their own blog on FilmSchool.org. Thank you so much for becoming a Supporter+ member! Once you are a Supporter+ Member you can create a blog. This is the home for all your blog entries on the site. This blog's home page is here. Once you have a blog home page you can...

Add a Portfolio, Contact, or Resume page (optional)

Add a Portfolio, Contact, or Resume page (optional)

Once you have a blog home page you can optionally add new tabs at the top for your portfolio, contact information, or resume. Here's an example of a portfolio page. Step 1 - Add page Click the "Add Page" button on your blog home page. This will create a tab at the top of your Blog home. Note -...

Add your first Blog Entry

Add your first Blog Entry

So you've created a Blog Home page and had some fun with page tabs... now let's write your first post. Blog entries can be: An introduction about yourself and why you're into film and what you want to do Updates on your application process Chronicling the shooting of a film Chronicling the...
 
Here are some great blog entries that have been posted by FilmSchool.org members:

How I chose between NYU Dramatic Writing and AFI Screenwriting.

How I chose between NYU Dramatic Writing and AFI Screenwriting.

How I chose between NYU Dramatic Writing and AFI Screenwriting. I anguished over the thought of turning down either school. As a true cinephile, how could I consider living outside of LA? That’s where the industry is. I had to attend AFI. But what about the legends born out of New York, like...

When all the noise went away, I asked 'why?' And that was wrong.

When all the noise went away, I asked 'why?' And that was wrong.

Scrolling past all of my classmates successes on FB (and mostly being OK with it) I came across a post asking for film school advice. 'What should I know before applying to film school?' The replies spanned from mundane financial issues to sour grape rejects listing all the successful directors...

So you've been denied to grad school, now what?

So you've been denied to grad school, now what?

It's nearly the end of March and for the second year in a row, I have not received any acceptances for the MFA screenwriting programs I applied to. Of the 4 programs, currently I have two denials, one interview, and one I have not heard anything from. So now what? First, I admit to myself that...

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