Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Deciding on a film school is such a personal issue. Things like cost, location, and size preference may factor in. From the business perspective, consider things like:
1. Location distance from a production city
2. Name recognition
3. A strong alumni community
4. The teachers (are they currently in the business, ever worked in the business, etc.)
5. Industry internships
If you have specific questions, email me directly.
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