Do you have questions about an MFA in Film Production? We have answers!
The MFA program in Film Production at Watkins College of Art is designed for exceptional candidates with a bachelor’s degree in film — or a bachelor’s degree in a related field with significant experience in the area of film — who are seeking an MFA program to heighten their creative practice and professional goals.
Watkins’s program offers a rigorous, intellectually challenging course of study designed to equip today’s filmmakers with the analytical and practical skills to excel in the field of narrative filmmaking. This curriculum is designed with working professionals in mind, as classes are set for alternative meeting times such as evenings and weekends. Participants in this program should be self-motivated in their work and take advantage of Watkins’s facilities and equipment, connect professionally with faculty and undergraduate students, and maintain an active presence both in and outside of the Nashville film community.
To learn more, join us at our Open House, which will include information on the MFA Film curriculum and admissions process. Prospective students will have the opportunity to connect with current faculty, staff, and students associated with the program, and to explore our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Alumni and student work will be on display and campus tours will be offered. Refreshments served.