Producing for Film and Television
Students are treated as Producers throughout the duration of the course, and are challenged at each step of the way. Students are encouraged, but not required; to bring a piece of intellectual property - a book, screenplay, show concept or treatment - at the beginning of the course. Throughout the year students will take this project through the various stages of development - pitch, treatment, script, talent search, budget, schedule, and plans for marketing and distribution.
Students will learn the real-word strategies for successful producing and have opportunities to make the actual contacts needed within the film and television industry. Students must be prepared for full-days of intensive work five to six days a week, throughout the entire year. They must be committed to a fast-paced, intensive learning and production schedule, and willing to work collaboratively with our Film School and Acting School students. The program is offered at our film schools in New York and Los Angeles.
Academic level: Associate’s degree and certificate Producing for Film and Television programs for high school graduates, Master’s degrees for university graduates.
Start date: There are two intakes each year for degree and certificate programs, in January and September of each calendar year.
New York Film Academy
The New York Film Academy is recognized as one of the most innovative and dynamic film and acting conservatory schools in the world, offering specialized, hands-on programs in New York City; Universal Studios, Los Angeles; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Brisbane Australia;...