Film School Confidential: The Insider's Guide to Film Schools

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Berkeley Publishing Group, 1997 - Performing Arts - 260 pages
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If you're dreaming of applying to film school, reading FILM SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL is the first crucial step. Karin Kelly and Tom Edgar - two film school survivors - take you through the process with objectives and ruthless evaluations and twenty-six film school programs across the country. You'll get all the information you need to apply - the curriculum, the cost, and the real story behind the admisssion office's sales pitch. You'll know which schools will give you the real hands-on filmmaking experience. You'll hear from students and faculty. You'll come to understand the insanity of your undertaking, and the grim future of poverty and obscurity you may face.

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Contents

Film Schools and Hollywood
1
Before You Go
9
While You Are There
29
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Karen Kelly is Director of Publications and Special Projects at Dia Center for the Arts.

Tom Edgar lives in Los Angeles where he writes, makes films, and builds websites. Karin Kelly lives in Philadephia with her husband and son. She writes and makes movies and teaches film students at Drexel University how to do the same. Both authors are graduates of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts/Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television.

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