What options do I have for 2-year cinematography dedicated programs?

ofri margalit

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Hi everyone,
I'm a cinematographer with over three years of experience. I'm looking into 2-year cinematography dedicated programs such as AFI and NFTS.
I'm applying to both of those, but I wanted to know about other places as well.
It can be anywhere in the world but should be in English and preferably two years max.

Thank you all,
Ofri
 
There's FAMU of course in Prague as well.
Actually it looks like FAMU is now a 3 year program. It used to be 2.

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