School Name: The Documentary Center, The George Washington University
Main Location: Washington, DC, United States
Categories: Film & Video Production
Degree Categories: Certificate/Diploma
School Presence: Campus school
Fee (USD): 8350
Financial Aid: Available
Course Language: English
The Documentary Center at The George Washington University was inaugurated in 1990 as the Center for History in the Media. After ten years of focusing exclusively on the historical genre, the Documentary Center expanded to encompass all forms of documentary filmmaking: history, natural history, cultural, public affairs, social issue, and experimental.
All participants—both faculty and students—in the Institute are remarkable. The faculty and guest speakers associated with the Institute are at the top of the documentary field. We have guest speakers and instructors who represent the wide array of talent inherent in the creation of non-fiction films: from writers to producers, directors, cinematographers, and editors. Many of our instructors have participated in the conduct of the Institute for well over a decade.
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