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Olympic College's Digital Filmmaking program offers the serious student a unique blend of film theory and practical hands-on training.
2 Year A.A.
4 Year B.S.
Writing for Screen & Television
$5k to $10k
For a student taking a full load of 15 credit hours, tuition per quarter is: Associate Degree: Resident $1,375.50, Non-Resident $1,557.65, Non US Citizen Non-Resident $3,190.45; Bachelor’s Degree: Resident $2,205.00, Non-Resident $2,354.75, Non US Citizen Non-Resident $6,203.05 - Fees: $75 per quarter Student Service ($20), Technology ($35), and Security Enhancement Fee ($20) – (Bachelor’s degree students pay an additional $50.00 Technology Fee.) 2021 Lower Division Tuition 2021 Upper Division Tuition 2021 Fees
Early, Preferred, and Out of State Application Deadline: April 30, 2021
Final Deadline: July 31, 2021
We provide a budget to all of our senior thesis film projects. The amounts vary, and depend upon the needs of each production. We finance special equipment purchases, props, wardrobe, makeup, and supplies. A typical award varies from $500-$1200 for short films and $5000-$7000 for long-form content. Additionally, the college provides a pool of funds typically about $15,000.00 to finance extracurricular student films.
Olympic College offers Federal Pell Grants, Federal Direct Student, Federal Direct PLUS Loans, Private Loans, Olympic College Grants, Olympic College Foundation Scholarships, Outside Scholarships, State Need Grants, Tuition Waivers, Federal and State Work Study programs, and other major programs that provide substantial aid to students such as Opportunity Grants, Students In Need Group, Work First, and Worker Retraining programs.
In Film/Animation/Video students explore the art of the moving image, learning to master the tools needed to articulate a creative vision, whether using film, animation, installations, interactive media or a combination. FAV professors support the investigation of the technical, aesthetic and conceptual questions central to creating strong content with a unique voice.
In the studio, FAV majors bounce ideas off each other while focusing on making documentary, experimental and narrative films...
The world is awash in moving images, shot on cell phones and mammoth sound stages, accumulating in vast archives on the internet and in climate-controlled vaults, images of nearly everything from everywhere –evanescent home movies, artistic masterworks, guilty pleasures, and essential documents. Film and Media Studies gives students the tools necessary to grapple with the decisive media of the past 100 years – from film to television to the platform-agnostic digital images of today. That...
You can’t escape the moving image. Whether in theaters, television, and art galleries or on smartphones, YouTube, building façades, and cabs, movies are everywhere. The magic of cinema, which shocked audiences at its inception, is now fully integrated into our daily lives. How can you, as a young artist, make the most of this moment? How can you explore all the exciting new possibilities of film and video, while still becoming skilled in the relevant traditions?
Pratt’s BFA in Film program...
The two-year MFA in Documentary Filmmaking is a program that is uniquely focused on documentary storytelling. In this program you will gain hands-on production experience, learn about the history and aesthetics of the documentary form, study documentary genres, and learn how to develop compelling, original content through a rigorous and creative development process.
In your first two semesters, you learn the fundamentals of the complete documentary production process from concept to...
Offered in conjunction with Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and the Argyros School of Business and Economics, the three-year MBA/MFA. in Film and Television Producing is designed for people who seek management or executive level positions at production companies, talent agencies, studios or television networks.
This three-year program provides a broad education of business in general and how it all works. As part of the MBA. component, you’ll study business...
The small screen has become big—in fact, it’s huge, in terms of the opportunities open to the next generation of television writers and producers. From multi-episode shows available for streaming/binge watching, to innovative “concept” shows that vary from season-to-season around a theme or brand (think True Detective or Fargo), the world of television is wide open for innovation. And so the door is wide open for creative storytellers who see no limit to what “television” means today.
The 2-year MFA in Screenwriting is an intensive program designed to encourage the development of your unique storytelling voice through the exploration of the intricacies of story structure and character development. Working under the mentorship of industry active screenwriters, you’ll learn to write content for the screen in a variety of mediums including short and long form projects, episodic television and emerging media.
Additionally, as a student in the MFA Screenwriting program, you...
The MFA in Production Design is an intensive hands-on two-year program designed to equip production designers with the latest conceptual and practical skills needed to succeed and thrive as professional designers in the film and television industry.
The two-year MFA in Film and Television Producing is a mentoring-focused, hands-on program that explores all aspects of film producing including both the business and creative dimensions.
During your first year you will get a foundation in producing and learn the best practices in the industry. You will immediately apply these skills on various student film productions. Throughout this process, you’ll be closely mentored by our industry active faculty comprised of producers and executives...
In the two-year M.A. Film Studies program, students take courses that establish the key academic methods in the fields of film and media studies, with the opportunity to personalize their degree with a choice of electives. In the second year, students work with faculty to write their Master’s thesis. At the end of the M.A. program, students present an oral defense of their thesis.
***THIS IS NOT A STUDIO/WORKSHOP/PRODUCTION based degree. This is purely academic 100% online***
Offered in a 15-week format with start dates in January, May and August
This online course of study guides Tiffin University students through an in-depth exploration of significant film from the early days of Hollywood to contemporary world cinema in courses such as Cult and Independent Film, Classic Hollywood Cinema, World Cinema and Documentary Film.
Tiffin University’s Master of Humanities...
2 Year M.A.
$5k to $10k
$550/semester hour for a total of $16,500 for the entire 30 credit masters degree.