An annotated filmography should be prepared specifically for this proposal and should focus on films that illustrate your approach to film-making and have inspired you.
The filmography should be prepared in a Microsoft Word (or compatible) format or as a PDF file, and attached to the application following the directions provided during the online submission process.
- The filmography should not exceed five pages in length, using single-line spacing and 10-point font or larger, with 1-inch (2.5 cm) left, right, top and bottom margins.
- Filmographic references should be complete, be listed in alphabetical order by title and be presented in the MLA-style (according to the 7th edition of MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers) or other appropriate format, including the following information: 1) the title of the film (italicized), 2) the name of the director/film-maker, 3) the original film studio/s and/or distributor/s of the film, and 4) the original year in which the film was first released.
- Each entry should be accompanied by no more than one or two sentences indicating why it inspired you or influenced your approach.
- Please also include in the filmography any films that you have completed.