Spend the first part of your summer in New Orleans studying and experiencing first hand how the film industry works.
Dates: May 19 – June 20, 2014 including June 1 – 7 Hollywood trip
Credit hours: 6 hours at the 4000-level (will count as electives in DMPR, FMST, COMM, or THEA) Students must register for all 6 hours.
Includes a great academic experience, airfare (New Orleans – LA – New Orleans), housing, breakfasts, and dinners at USC, and transportation to studios and production facilities. (Tulane dorms and Reilly summer memberships for the New Orleans portion of the program are available but will be billed separately.)
Who Might Apply: Students interested in film production, film history, and/or film analysis; students interested in a career in the industry or graduate school in film studies, communication, creative writing/English or related fields, students who plan to go on to professional schools such as law or business specializing in the area of entertainment.
To Apply: We are looking for students who have a basic understanding of film history, film analysis and/or basic competencies in digital production. You may have taken specific courses or you may have had other types of qualifying experiences. Write a short essay, no more than 250 words, describing 1) your qualifications for this program, including a list of courses taken in production and/or film studies (if applicable); and 2) the goals you would like to achieve in this program.
Applications due: February 14, 2014
* This program will only be offered during the summer.
Tulane University, School of Liberal Arts, 102 Newcomb Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118, (504) 865-5225, firstname.lastname@example.org