Film | Master’s Degree

Vermont College of Fine Arts

Description

The Master of Fine Arts in Film degree represents the advanced study of filmmaking. Students to explore traditional and contemporary film form and professional practice including screenwriting, narrative, documentary, animation, hybrid and transmedia, through a project-based program. Graduates of the program demonstrate a mastery of professional and artistic skills through the creation of a new, rigorously pursued and developed body of work appropriate to the student’s focus in live action filmmaking, animation, and/or screenwriting; make appropriate creative choices, grounded in professional practice, in the application of the language of film; and demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of film history and criticism, and of relevant contemporary works by others.

Cost Total Program Cost $55,966

  • Tuition Per Year $26,382

  • Housing & Meals Per Year $1,228

  • Fees Per Year $746

  • Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.

Financial Assistance

  • Grants & Scholarships

    Vermont College of Fine Arts accepts Veterans Benefits. Some scholarships are also available.

    Veterans Benefits
    Scholarships

  • Loans

    Vermont College of Fine Arts participates in the federal student aid loan programs (Federal Direct Stafford Loan and Federal Direct Grad PLUS).

    Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
    Federal Direct Grad PLUS Loans

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