I’m 21, with 3 semesters left on my undergrad degree in history, with a minor in cinema.
31. BA in Graphic Design / Film production.
Work as a film editor and motion graphics artist.
Aspiring director of commercials. Camera assistant on television shows.
I am 30. 2 years of college which was time wasted, except for the yoga class.
25, BA French lit. Actually it’s an MA because I went to Oxford and you can buy an MA for £10 three years after you graduate your BA – nice. Have been working in film for 3 years (festival/events/production), have always made my own shorts on the side, thinking of doing film/cultural studies PhD…
60. BA in Literature.
35 Bachelors of Science and i work in the Biopharma industry.
17, junior in high school.
Im 20 and a film major at the university of Kansas Sophomore year, second kid at KU. I’ve made a couple of films in High school my first one was submitted, without my knowledge to the Kansas City Film Festival and I have still yet to see it myself. I heard it was well received don’t know wasn’t there.
I am 23, and graduated on photography and about to begin my extension course in visual arts.
17, High-school 2.7 GPA
I’m not a dumb kid but rather I find most things they teach at school tedious. I have the highest in my class in English, but I’m barely passing Algebra 2.
48 here, BA in Communication (Visual Media) and an intermediate ‘Gymnasium’ diploma in language. Videographer by trade; frustrated musician/songwriter on the side. My wife tries to keep me respectable but it doesn’t always work.
Still trying to get a script together to do an indie film (also still trying to write a hit song……)
Other than that, films and good books (WW2 and biographies) and cooking.
19, sophomore spanish major with a photography minor
45, some College.
22, associates degree
26, B.A. English Literature
I go to High School
35, Masters of Library Science. BA English, A.A. Liberal arts
19, film production/screenwriting student but i prefer self-directed film studies in my freetime
I’m too old, or not old enough, I don’t know one of the two, my thoughts wander. Anyway, studying whatever, hoping to travel, see the “sights” and all that.
67, BA, a couple of years of grad school but no degree; editor, publisher — semi-retired.
22, BA in Health and Societies, in the middle of applying to graduate school to get a PhD in Medical Sociology. Currently working as a research coordinator in a hospital.
I have no filmmaking experience, nor have I taken any film classes…because I had switched majors mid-way through college I didn’t have the luxury of taking any classes that didn’t directly go toward graduation. I’m just a film lover, through and through.
27, BA in History and English, University of Virginia, 2003. Would like to continue on to grad or law school.
23, BA in Film Studies. Currently I am contemplating if I should try to go for a BFA to a MFA, or if I should study more science and technology.
36, dropped out of college after 1 semester. Creative Director for an ad agency. I also think the idea that a person’s love or knowledge of any art form being contingent on their age or education level is complete bullshit. Besides, most great art is born out of struggle.
38, dropped out of BFA film to “work in the movies.”
Dropped out of that.
Then picked up AS Computer Science, BA Information Technology.
In agreement with Justin Galvin’s 1st point. Undecided on his 2nd point.
I will be 41 this May. I guess I’d be called an auto-didact. I was . . . rebellious in my youth. But don’t do what I did, stay in school, it took me ten years longer than it would have to get anywhere as a writer because I didn’t finish college.
36, BEng, plus a PGCE.
23 and about to finish up a BA in Film Studies/English… not a shocker… I hope someday to (to quote someone earlier) “write some dope ass theories.”
just turned 24, B.S.S. in Creative Writing and Film from Ohio University. Maybe I’ll be able to get a job at Netflix.
28 years. B.A. in Liberal Arts with a major concentration in Film/Media theory and comparative Literature. Looking at grad schools, preferably one that doesn’t cost money.