If you have a deep appreciation for the art of storytelling then a job in the movie industry may be right for you.
There are a lot of paths from which to choose: you can aspire to be an actor, director, producer, director of photography, set designer, costume designer, prop master, movie editor- to name just a few of your possibilities.
Although there are no formal educational requirements in this field, a degree in filmmaking can help you get your dream job.
If you want to start a career in the movie industry, there are a few scholarships that can help fund your education.
- Austin Alliance for Women in Media Scholarship
The Austin Alliance for Women in Media Scholarship offers one $5,000 scholarship which can be used for either undergraduate or graduate tuition and will be administered by the respective Financial Aid office of the recipient.More
- Betty Harlan Memorial Art Scholarship
Each year, the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois offers 80 different scholarships totaling $200,000. The scholarships are given by local donors, and are intended for development of the local counties. Students are assisted in their pursuit of academic excellence.More
- CBC Spouses Visual Arts Scholarship
The CBC Foundation offers a scholarship worth $3,000, renewed annually. Scholarships are awarded to students for the visual and decorative arts. Application for the scholarship is open to U.S citizens and those residing in the U.S on a permanent basis.More
- Francis D. Lyon Scholarship
The Francis D. Lyon Scholarships are designed so as to help students of film making who have financial issues which affect their further education. The scholarship is created in honor of Mr. Lyon, who was a distinguished motion picture and television editor, director and producer. He is fam...More
- Sandy Schenker Capell Scholarship
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The Sandy Schenker Capell scholarship was established for the development of young talent in media, and honoring the work of Sandy Schenker Capell. Interested applicants need to showcase their intention for pursuit of media and media-related courses at the higher learning level.More
- The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation
The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation was established in 1988 to support people who are seeking educational excellence and professional development while at the same time, experiencing financial difficulties.More
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- Upper Midwest Emmy Chapter/Foundation Scholarships
The NATAS-Upper Midwest Chapter/Foundation is proud to announce that it offers $2,500 student scholarship grants which can be used for tuition and books.More
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