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No, that is not possible. However, there is no limit to the number of courses that you may take in film or the areas of study in which you take them.
There is no reel or portfolio requirement for prospective film students. Students who are accepted to Brooklyn College are automatically eligible to enroll in film classes.
The department uses both digital and 16mm film formats.
The concentration in film production is a generalist program that requires students to take courses in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, sound, and editing. However, advanced courses are available to allow you to hone your skills in a particular area of production.
No, it is not possible to complete the program in fewer than two years because of the order of prerequisites for each required class.
Yes. However, all film credits are subject to evaluation by the department chair. Incoming transfer students must schedule an appointment with the chair to review their transcripts.
The Film Department has a wide variety of camera, lighting, grip, and sound equipment available to film students for use in completing exercises, short projects, and short films.