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The Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University

The Documentary Film Program brings together the storytelling passion and experience of three former members of the nationally acclaimed Documentary Institute at the University of Florida and award-winning filmmaker and Wake Forest faculty member Mary Dalton.

Sandy Dickson, Cindy Hill and Cara Pilson, co-founders of the Documentary Institute, named one of Independent Magazine's Top Ten Academic Documentary Programs, join Dalton in launching a new graduate program in documentary filmmaking.

Offering students the option of an MA or MFA in documentary production, the Documentary Film Program or DFP will continue a tradition of producing award-winning and socially significant student documentary films. At the DFP you will have the opportunity to learn from a faculty that has led its students to two consecutive Emmy wins and multiple film festival honors, and has helped its graduates land positions at National Geographic, PBS and prestigious documentary production houses such as Cabin Creek Films and Big Mouth Productions.

School name:The Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University
Address:Box 7347, Reynolda Station
Zip & city:27109 North Carolina

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