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Montana State University 
MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking

MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking

Montana State University
SchVCB 22
11th Avenue and Grant St
PO Box 173350
Bozeman
Montana 59717-3350
USA

Phone: +1 406 994 5884

Program Head: Dennis Aig

Email: snhf@montana.edu

Website: sfp.montana.edu/sciencenaturefilm

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The MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking Program is an intensive, three-year academic program that trains students with backgrounds in science and technology to become skilled filmmakers who contribute to the greater public understanding of science.

Training includes both traditional and new media with an emphasis on story, character, mixed and emerging dramas, and the sciences as well as natural history.

We have our own WEBBY-winning podcast/website TERRA: THE NATURE OF OUR WORLD and our graduates work as freelancers and as staff members for organizations ranging from NASA to National Geographic to the human rights advocacy group WITNESS.

Our motto is "Master the past, Capture the Present, Create the future."


   


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