Graduate Film Schools
Graduate Film Schools offer programs for those seeking higher degrees in their field. Different schools offer different degrees, so it is important to research a school before applying or going. For example, the Chapman University graduate program offers an MA in Film Studies, and MFA in Film Production, an MFA in Film and Television Producing, and an MFA in Screenwriting. Usually, undergraduate programs at film schools lead to a BFA, and graduate programs lead towards a MFA degree. Columbia College in Chicago believes that the earning of a MFA degree puts creative individuals on the road to self-discovery and ultimate success. A graduate degree in film school often takes around three years to complete. They are often designed to build specific skills such as cinematic storytelling, producing, and editing on top of the general film education of the BA degree.
One of the best graduate film programs in the world if offered by AFI