Second Year Programs:

DIRECTING or CINEMATOGRAPHY

DIRECTING

The first semester of the program is driven by workshops, course work, consultations and film projects. Practical exercises include  directing drama, working with actors, script writing, production, film analysis, casting, rehearsals and more. 

The show reel development and directing for commercials and music videos are part of the first semester. The sessions will introduce students specifically to the world of the director on commercial productions. Students will go through all the steps of the process: scouting locations, planning shots, casting, shooting, and editing the commercials or music videos. Each student will direct one commercial or music video.

The semester also incorporates preproduction and preparation for the films which will be shot during the second semester and a visit to the infamous Bergman center on the island of Fårö.

During the second semester all students direct one 15-30 minute long shortfilm each and can choose to shoot their films on URSA or ALEXA. Students are in production for 45 to 60 days.

Elements of the second semester include: preproduction and consultations, production of films, post production, and seminars on sales, festivals and distribution. The school has great relationships with festivals and will help you find a festival for your film. The school is the only equal film school in the world and we accept 50% male and 50% female students.

Name: Second Year Program

Level: Diploma

Language: English. 

Course starts: 28 of august 2023

Length: 38 weeks. Two semesters

Pace: 100%

Level: Advanced. One year basic filmmaking program experience is required for acceptance.

CSN (Swedish student aid): No

Tuition: €12.000

€12000 /year 
At admission, the student will be invoiced the first installment (admission fee) of their tuition cost of €200. When the admission fee is received by the school, the admission is definite and the student has reserved their vacancy. The second installment of €11.800 has to be paid before the beginning of the school year according to invoice sent to the student. When nonpayment according to invoice occurs, statutory fees will be added. All invoices are sent via email to the address submitted in the application. For further information please see the full terms and conditions.

The International Film Program is not covered by CSN – Swedish Board of Student Finance.
Stockholm Film School does not offer scholarships for international students.

Stockholm Film School can not offer accommodation to students unfortunately.

The average price range for rooms in Stockholm is €400 to €1000 a month depending of the distance to the city centre. Read more about your stay in Sweden.

CINEMATOGRAPHY

The first part of the program is focused on working in different styles of lighting, format and lens selection to achieve certain looks in preparation for working with the directing students for their second year projects. Class projects include genre film, mixed lighting situations in the studio but also on location, color correction and testing and understanding various cameras such as URSA and ALEXA and a variety of lenses and also a popular visit to the infamous Bergman center on the island of Fårö.

The show reel development and shooting for commercials and music videos are part of the first semester. The sessions will introduce students specifically to the world of the cinematographer on commercial productions. Students will go through all the steps of the process: scouting locations, planning shots, casting, shooting, and color-grading the commercials or music videos. Each student will DP on one commercial or music video.

During the second semester, students shoot up to 30 minute-long films together with the Directing students. Students are in production for 45 to 60 days. Following the production of the film, students will be involved in post production (including color correction), post production workshops and classes relating to show reel development. The school is the only equal film school in the world and we accept 50% male and 50% female students.

Name: Second Year Program

Level: Diploma

Language: English. 

Course starts: 28 of august 2023

Length: 38 weeks. Two semesters

Pace: 100%

Level: Advanced. One year basic filmmaking program experience is required for acceptance.

CSN (Swedish student aid): No

Tuition: €12.000

€12000 /year 
At admission, the student will be invoiced the first installment (admission fee) of their tuition cost of €200. When the admission fee is received by the school, the admission is definite and the student has reserved their vacancy. The second installment of €11.800 has to be paid before the beginning of the school year according to invoice sent to the student. When nonpayment according to invoice occurs, statutory fees will be added. All invoices are sent via email to the address submitted in the application. For further information please see the full terms and conditions.

The International Film Program is not covered by CSN – Swedish Board of Student Finance.
Stockholm Film School does not offer scholarships for international students.

Stockholm Film School can not offer accommodation to students unfortunately.

The average price range for rooms in Stockholm is €400 to €1000 a month depending of the distance to the city centre. Read more about your stay in Sweden.

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WE HAVE INTERVIEWED SOME OF OUR STUDENTS!

Listen to what our students at the International Film Program have to say about the education, how it has been moving to Sweden, what has been the best things so far and what they will be doing in five years from now. Click on the images to see the film

Teachers method of working on the students’ scripts really helps to find out problems and makes the student solve them in a creative way.
I came to this school knowing very a few things about cinematography and now I feel comfortable, also having several cinematography teachers in their differences works very well. Shooting in 16mm was fantastic experience and learning. Great!
It was very good also the opportunity to collaborate between classes. I loved my time here this was really one of the best and most intense periods of my life.
Yes !! You guys are the best !!

WHAT TO ATTACH TO YOUR APPLICATION

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  • personal letter with photo of yourself– maximum one A4 page
  • copy of your passport

Once your complete application has reached us, we will schedule you for an interview (held remotely online).



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Take a peek at what it looks like on set while our students are shooting film.
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