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Göteborg University (School Of Film Directing)




The School was founded in 1997 and offers a course in Film Directing leading to a Degree of Bachelor in Film Directing. The School has graduated 26 film directors since 1997; 14 women and 12 men.

The Programme consisting of three years of full time studies aims to train professional, determined and independent film directors and film makers who can express themselves in a film language of their own. The Art of Film is placed at the forefront throughout the period of study.

Making films is a collaborative process in which cooperation is of the highest priority. During the studies students are given every chance to develop their own independent, critical powers, and also to find their own personal, questioning stance in relation to research and development in the arts of filmic narrative. The training makes no distinction between feature and documentary films, but rather places the emphasis on visual narration.

Four or five students are admitted every second year.
The Language of instruction is Swedish.



School name:Göteborg UniversitySchool Of Film Directing
Address:P.O. Box 142
Zip & city:SE405 30 Västra Götalands län
Phone:+46 31 773 59 85
Web:http://www.film.gu.se/english.htm
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The School was founded in 1997 and offers a course in Film Directing leading to a Degree of Bachelor in Film Directing. The School has graduated 26 film directors since 1997; 14 women and 12 men.

The Programme consisting of three years of full time studies aims to train professional, determined and independent film directors and film makers who can express themselves in a film language of their own. The Art of Film is placed at the forefront throughout the period of study.

Making films is a collaborative process in which cooperation is of the highest priority. During the studies students are given every chance to develop their own independent, critical powers, and also to find their own personal, questioning stance in relation to research and development in the arts of filmic narrative. The training makes no distinction between feature and documentary films, but rather places the emphasis on visual narration.

Four or five students are admitted every second year.
The Language of instruction is Swedish.