What makes a film school crush unique?
The school crush is when a student, usually a first-year, breaks the school culture and starts a movie career.
They will spend hours and hours doing homework, working with teachers, and playing video games.
They will spend time with friends and family and will be involved in projects outside of school.
They may spend weekends with friends.
But, because of the nature of the work, they often have to spend weekends working, too.
The student might get involved in a production or have to work on a project without their own supervision.
How do I get in touch with a school’s film department?
Find out if there is a student film department in your area.
Ask your local newspaper or magazine about student film departments.
You may be able to contact them online or on-campus.
What is the best way to find out more about a film program?
If you have any further questions, we’d love to hear from you.
If you have a question about a school, please contact the Department of Education, Film School Branch.
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