MS Film and TV
Graduates of the MS Film & TV program have a well-rounded education in everything from editing to screenplay to sound design to cinematography to producing. Faculty members challenge and mentor students to be the best versions of themselves, both artistically and individually, through a demanding, hands-on program. Student work should show visual innovation and inquiry, as well as teamwork and individual expression, good technical skill and fascinating storytelling that promotes a thoughtful examination of human condition. A pre-college cinematic arts school and an industry prep program, the Film & Television Conservatory helps students discover their unique cinematic identities via practical instruction with industry equipment, software, and procedures.
- Media Theory
- Film Production
- Script Writing
- Research Methodology
- TV Production / Broadcast Media
- Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university/institute in any discipline with at least 45% marks or CGPA 2.00 out of 4.
- The majority of colleges and universities select students based on their performance in the Common Entrance Test (like CAT, MAT, GMAT, etc.).
Direct industry interaction is woven into a project-based learning experience aimed at developing authorial producers: individuals capable of shepherding a collaborative project through creation, production, and beyond with a strong creative and practical intent.