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Hi i applied to uni of Gloucestershire and solent university which both invited me to an interview for a film production course, i am very nervous and unsure , i know some of the questions they will ask but i don't have as much experience as my other peers when it comes to filming, etc. any advice?
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im nearly at the end of the process of applying for film as I type this, I do not have much scholar experience within film either. But after looking through most of the top film unis websites they also encourage you to share any sort of creative things you have done and what is more important is the thought and process behind it. If you are into story creating (even if you aren't), have a go at writing a short script/story before the interview and maybe talk about how you would like to produce it into a film. Because at the end of the day most of these university film courses are looking for ones ability to tell and show a story.
if you need any more help just ask id happily lend a hand!
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(Original post by julesking)
Hi i applied to uni of Gloucestershire and solent university which both invited me to an interview for a film production course, i am very nervous and unsure , i know some of the questions they will ask but i don't have as much experience as my other peers when it comes to filming, etc. any advice?
hiya, I had the interview for the same course a couple of weeks ago, and honestly, there is nothing to worry about. Just be confident in what you're saying, and get involved.
The one on one interview is not scary, it's just like a formal conversation.
good luckk
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