These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Film Production is a major component of Vancouver’s economy, as well as in cities across the globe.
UBC has an over 45-year history of training some of Canada’s (and the world’s) brightest filmmakers and technicians.
The MFA in Film Production focuses on directing, screenwriting and producing live-action narrative or documentary films for students who already have a comprehensive background in filmmaking and wish to pursue a specific creative or intellectual vision in an academic environment.
The graduate and student work has been screened at film festivals across the globe, and graduates have had key roles in films as diverse as District 9, 65 Red_Roses, She's a Boy I Knew and The Editor.
UBC maintains partnerships and agreements with post-production facilities, rental houses, and professional and union organizations to facilitate student work, education, networking, and post-grad opportunities.
The faculty includes Rachel Talalay, a working director with film and television credits in the US, the UK and Canada.
Furthermore, students can learn from and collaborate with UBC’s top-tier Creative Writing department and Theatre and Film Studies programs.
UBC offers the only Master's Degree in Film Production in Western Canada and is one of the few MFA Film Production programs worldwide requiring an undergraduate film production degree to be considered.
Courses are advanced and small; only 1-2 students are accepted every year out of the 30-40 that apply.
Please note that applications for the MFA in Film Production are accepted on a biennial basis.
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The Faculty of Graduate Studies may extend a conditional offer of admission to a highly-qualified graduate applicant who does not quite meet the minimum English language proficiency requirement set by the graduate program to which the student has applied.
The student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program after successfully completing the prescribed terms of study in the ELI Intensive Academic English Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative).
To be eligible for the Condition Admission Program (CAP), the applicant must:
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