Master of Fine Arts in Film

Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking is only available for Scandinavian speaking applicants.

Master of Fine Arts in Film

This programme will provide the students a unique opportunity for artistic research within their discipline, in order to gain greater insight and experience, as well as further develop their own artistic sensibility and ability to communicate. It represents a creative co-operative room for critical and reflective discussion and competence development in a film and media landscape that is constantly changing.

The programme is focussing on methods and practices in the development of audiovisual stories within serial drama production, conceptual documentaries, as well as audio-visual design. 

The candidates will, after completing the programme, be able to take leadership in developing media products from idea to final concept and production. Furthermore, they shall be able to work methodically with a personal artistic voice and be innovative, original storytellers, as well as possessing powerful audiovisual expressive abilities.

The programme is a two-year full-time study that yields a total of 120 ECTS credits.

Fluency in one of the Scandinavian languages — Norwegian, Swedish, or Danish — is a requirement.

Den norske filmskolens kunstfaglige masterstudium er et sted der talenter kan møtes ut fra en felles visjon om å skape fortellinger som møter publikum og brukere med nye erkjennelser og opplevelser.

For more information, contact:

  • Application Deadline February 1, 22020
  • Programme start September 1, 2018
  • Location Oslo
  • Duration 2 years full time
  • Main language Norwegian
  • ECTS 120

Address

Myrens verksted
Sandakerveien 24 C
(Visiting C7 - Deliveries C2)
0473 Oslo, Norway