Curriculum: AV Media: Television/Documentary
Duration: 2 years
Tuition fee: 1500 EUR /semester
Form of studies: Contact studies take place on intensive study days, which allows to combine studies and working.
About the programme
This master’s programme in documentary filmmaking is designed for creative, socially and culturally active people with previous degree and/or professional experience in film, media or other cultural fields. While building on the existing knowledge and skills, the programme offers both deeper analytical reflection of documentary film and also extensive practical creative work in documentary genres.
Why choose BFM?
Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) offers possibility to develop professional skills in filmmaking in the multicultural environment. Students and tutors from many different countries work together on practical projects, for which we can offer newly built production facilities and up-to-date technical equipment. This international environment is the place where to create contacts and build grounds for professional filmmaker’s career, while earning a recognised master of arts degree.
Graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills to proceed with the career of a documentary filmmaker.
Programme specific requirements
*Creative portfolio (if available), containing examples of creative works including photographs, short films, videos, essays, scripts, poems, etc.
Entrance exam consists of written assignments (that assess candidate’s creative potential), photo story and interview with the admission committee.
CV to be sent: firstname.lastname@example.org
International applicants who cannot travel to Estonia will be offered a chance to take the entrance exams over the Internet.
Programme specific questions to be directed to Baltic Film and Media School’s Media Department:
Ms Helen Karolin
Ph: +372 626 8188