Posted by: steveonfilm | April 16, 2008

UCLA Film School Students Have It Rough

Next time you think it’s hard writing a screenplay think about this… UCLA film students have to turn out a first draft of a screenplay every ten weeks. That’s right. They’re on the quarter system (as was SCAD), and they need to put one of those bad boys out every ten weeks.

That’s ON TOP of all the other classes they have to take. I can feel for them. I had a hard enough time shooting 5 minute projects and working part time when I was at SCAD. No idea how I could do a full load of classes, and write a screenplay every ten weeks.

Of course, the trade off is that they’re in UCLA’s film school AND in southern California to boot.

Enjoy.
-Steve

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