View all Masters Programs in Film Studies in Finland 2019
The Scandinavian film scene is an interesting niche of the international film community, characterized by complex, eloquently written dark comedies and even darker tragedies. As the global economy expands its influence, the film industry is becoming increasingly international, giving filmmakers an opportunity to travel and work with professionals abroad on exciting new projects. Master of Film students in Finland become experts in filmmaking and analysis, with a high level of film literacy and a strong technical skill set.
Master of Film programs in Finland typically last two years and can often be undertaken on a full time or part time basis. Universities in Finland offer curricula structured around coursework, lectures, workshops, seminars, projects, assessments and a final master's thesis project for Master of Film students. It is a good idea to contact the school in Finland offering the Master of Film program of interest in order to get more information; this can be done quickly and easily using the web form on this site. Graduates from Master of Film students go on to work in the film industry in a number of different capacities: as filmmakers, editors, producers, directors, distributors, writers, critics and teachers.
If you have a bachelor's degree in a related subject and want to increase your academic qualifications in film, a Masters in Film from a university in Finland could be your next step. Find out more, today!
This degree programme is for students who have a devotion to writing for film and television. The Master’s Degree Programme in Screenwriting focuses on developing and pro
Develop your writing for film and television
This degree programme is for students who have a devotion to writing for film and television. The Master’s Degree Programme in Screenwriting focuses on developing and processing innovative film scripts.
This mid-career Master’s degree requires 3 years of work experience after Bachelor’s.
The studies cover all the phases of the screenwriting process. The programme is hands-on and workshop-oriented. Classes are based on students’ own material as a work-in-progress. A reflective and critical approach is practised throughout the programme.
You will be supported to work alongside studies by using an online environment and distance education practices. Links to the global film and TV industry provide opportunities to network with key people and to have feedback on your work....