Our Film & Television Masters program is a graduate Conservatory designed to foster innovative filmmakers through dynamic classes, workshops and independent projects.
Kevin Nealon, Brian Koppelman and Richard Kind were among the participants at this year’s 2nd Annual FTMA Film Festival in Fairfield and Stamford.
Our goal is to inspire and empower students to find their independent, artistic and intellectual visions by creating their own cinematic stories.
We’ve had some amazing filmmakers visit to teach and show their work. Here’s a few recent guests:
Michael Hausman, Robert Chappell, Brian Koppelman, Anthony Tambakis, Mike S. Ryan, Stephen Tyrone Williams, Emily Wachtel More Faculty>
Our students practice the craft and techniques of cinematic storytelling from day one.
Last year’s class of 2015 produced memorable shorts as part of their winter assignment. Check out this sizzle reel!
Our students apply cinematic storytelling to creative content across all platforms. In the Commercial Production course, they develop portfolios while working with real clients and marketing teams to create a series of commercials.
With the increase of media industry outlets in Connecticut, FTMA is the home of the next generation of film and television professionals.