Master of Fine Arts
Film School for the Digital Age
Shayna is a writer/director/producer whose work explores the concept of hauntings. Her films have screened internationally at festivals and galleries.
Brian works in documentary, narrative fiction and experimental, often combining these styles to create highly-original work that has screened nationally and internationally, including at the “London International Documentary Festival” and at the “The American Film Institute.”
Our best student films screen annually at the historic Music Box Theatre in front of industry professionals, friends and family.
This ten-week immersion program enables you to live in Los Angeles, take classes on a historic studio lot, and intern at high profile companies.
Watch and learn from film, TV, animation and gaming artists and professionals in an intimate theatre or master class.
The Equipment Centers and Production Office are the gateways to film and television production needs like cameras, casting, or permits.
Learn from industry professionals on the set of Project Bluelight.
Through specialized courses in directing, screenwriting, producing, and visual design combined with a solid foundation in production, the program prepares students to further their mastery of the art of directing. Students will direct multiple advanced film projects, with their work culminating in a thesis short or feature.
A producer’s primary role is to build a team and collaborate with others in service of generating content with creative and commercial merit. Students prepare a portfolio of projects throughout the curriculum including an MFA Thesis.
Some courses are available for review and playback ONLINE.
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