Netherlands Film and Television Academy: Master of Film - Call for Applicants & Coaches
Picture: Taatske Pieterson
Masters Degree Programme in Film
Looking for coaches
In the second year of their master's course at the Film Academy, the students are mentored by external coaches who help them to execute their research projects. These coaches are professionals from film, visual arts or media who like to share their knowledge and experience.
We'd like to expand our pool of external coaches.
Interested? Want to know more?
Please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for applications: who's got the nerve?
Are you a talented filmmaker, sound designer, scriptwriter, producer, camera man, art director, …? Or a visual artist, digital media specialist, performance artist or in any other way involved in moving images and sounds? Would you like the time, space and support to undertake your own artistic research project?
Every year, the Netherlands Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam offers a select group of film and media makers the chance to further develop themselves and their profession in a setting that is investigative, demanding and international.
Check out this unique two year master's course, come to one of the information evenings or send in your application.
Deadline for applications: Friday 13 April 2012.
More informtation: www.masterfilm.nl
Come check it out: information evenings
On Friday 10 February and Wednesday 7 March 2012 staff, students and graduates will tell you all about the course and answer all your questions. Find out how research and reflection are blended into an inspiring programme aimed at your personal and professional development.
Location: Netherlands Film and Television Academy, Markenplein 1, Amsterdam.
The programme starts at 19.30.
Apply here: www.ahk.nl/filmacademie/opleidingen/master-film/aanmelden-informatieavond/
See what others have done: graduation website
In September the first seven students graduated. Each in their own way and in their own artistic medium, they questioned the workings of moving images and sounds today. See how they conducted their research and developed their projects.