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Application procedure

All applications should be registered electronically trough the application portal Søknadsweb. Here the applicants must also upload all written documents, in PDF-format, and a recent portrait photo should also be uploaded at Søknadsweb. For films and other media files - please read the guidance under 'How do I apply?

 

  

General terms

Applicants must have completed a relevant education from a film school in one of the Nordic countries or an international film school. Other arts educations and/or an education in journalism or TV could also meet the requirements for an application.

 

Applicants are also required to demonstrate solid practical experience following their relevand degree, and must have realised works of a certain length within the various disciplines. 

 

Applicants without primary arts education but with extensive professional experience within films, TV, animation and game production may also be considered. 

 

Applicants must master Norwegian, Danish or Swedish (spoken and written) and be able to follow the education in these languages, in addition to English. 

 

There are possibilities for loans/grants from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (“Statens Lånekasse for Utdanning”) for Norwegian students, according to specific regulations. 

 

 

Application criteria

Here you will find which attachments are required for each discipline you can apply for. You are only able to apply for just one discipline. Name the attachments with the identification code stated below under the application criteria for the discipline you are applying for.

 

If you are unsure on what you should include in your application, or other questions regarding the application process, please contact the coordinator for the master program at charlotte.midtbo@inn.no

 

1. Directing for new audio-visual media

VM-1: The applicant's motivation to apply for the discipline (maximum 1 A4 page) including goals in connection with future work in film/TV

VM-2: A detailed description of former education/studies

VM-3: Up-to-date CV.

VM-4: Professional work within the applicant's discipline(s).

VM-5 and VM6: 2 works (film/TV productions, animation films, computer games, music videos, Motion Graphics, interactive audiovisual stories, VR and AR projects where the applicant has owned a primary artistic role. Credits must show the precise areas of responsibilities. Production date/year must be stated.

VM-7: A project still not realised – an idea/outline of maximum 2 A4 pages for a web series, TV series or a VR project.

 

 

2.  Scriptwriting for serial formats – web and TV series

SF-1: The applicant's motivation to apply for the discipline (maximum 1 A4 page) including goals in connection with future work in film/TV

SF-2: A detailed description of former education/studies

SF-3: Up-to-date CV

SF-4: Professional work within the applicant's disciplines.

SF-5: A realised project – e.g. script for a feature film, an episode for TV series, a medium-length film with the duration of minimum 40 minutes, a VR or similar project. The script must be based on an original idea, not an adaptation. Production date must be stated.

SF-6: An outline of maximum 10 A4 pages for a web series, TV series or a VR project.

  

  

3. Creative entrepreneurship

KP-1: The applicant's motivation to apply for the discipline (maximum 1 A4 page) including goals in connection with future work in film/TV

KP-2:  A detailed description of former education/studies

KP-3: Up-to-date CV.

KP-4: Description of the applicant's professional work as a producer in films, TV - or other creative responsible management positions within equivalent media.

KP-5 and KP-6: Two examples of finished films or TV dramas or other works where the applicant has owned main responsibility as a producer or other responsible creative management positions. Maximum 10 minutes. If the applicant's role has been limited to parts of the work, this has to be specified. Max. 1A4 page. If the film’s spoken language is non-Scandinavian or English, please add English subtitles to the clip.   

  

  

4. Directing conceptual documentary

KD-1: The applicant's motivation to apply for the discipline (maximum 1 A4 page) including goals in connection with future work in film/TV

KD-2: A detailed description of former education/studies.

KD-3: Up-to-date CV.

KD-4: Professional work within the applicant's discipline.

KD-5: A final documentary made by the applicant. Max 10 min upload. If the film’s spoken language is non-Scandinavian or English, please add English subtitles to the clip.   

KD-6: Analytical reflection (max 2 A4 pages) over the film chosen in CD-5. The reflection must cover the applicant’s own creative work as a director – his or hers evaluation of the work and/or other valuable learning/experiences from the making of this particular work.

  

 

5. Design for post-production:

PP-1: The applicant's motivation to apply for the discipline (maximum 1 A4 page) including goals in connection with future work in film/TV

PP-2: A detailed description of former education/studies

PP-3: Up-to-date CV

PP-4: A list of productions carried out as a sound designer, editor, VFX artist or other similar creative roles. 

PP-5 and PP-6: 2 examples of finished films or TV dramas or other types of production where the applicant has had responsibilities as a sound designer, mixer, editor - or similar. Maximum 10 minutes can be uploaded. If the applicant's role has been limited to parts of the work, this must be specified. Max. 1A4 page.

PP-7: Applicants to the sound discipline shall upload a sound montage of max. 4 minutes. 1 A4 page with an explanation of this montage, - the idea, how it was constructed, as well as the use of resources, must be attached. 

  

  

6. Music composition for visual media

Applicants must contact the Norwegian Academy of Music (Norges Musikkhøgskole): www.nmh.no for information about criteria for admission and other things.

  

Sist oppdatert: Tor Magne Roaldseth 05.09.2017

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