Film & video students shoot and edit short films. Film assignments may include documentary, narrative, or both. Students work in groups and can expect to learn about the various roles on a film set (director, editor, grip, props, etc.) The student films are screened in a public exhibition. Class discussions and film screenings may contain mature subject matter. Up to 20 students are accepted.
Requirements for Applicants
1. Complete an online application and schedule your Zoom interview no later than noon the business day before your desired interview date. See dates in the right side bar or view full audition schedule here. Audition spaces fill quickly, so schedule as soon as possible.
2. Read the guidelines and tips below to prepare your video submission.
3. Log back in to the application portal to upload your video submission no later than 24 hours prior to your scheduled Zoom interview. Video uploads are limited to 1 GB.
4. Attend your Zoom interview at the scheduled time.
Video Submission Guidelines
What To Expect During Your Zoom Interview
The film & video Zoom interviewer is not a judge. They will ask you questions to gain an understanding of your filming process, inspiration, and techniques in order to better inform the judges who will score your work. (e.g. How would you describe your film? What kind of equipment did you use? What challenges did you confront?)