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A Nyu Creative Resume

A Nyu Creative Resume

A Nyu Creative Resume

A creative resume offers a unique spin on all aspects of your resume, including your work experience, education, and skill set. Creative resumes can showcase a variety of competencies. They’re great for those who want to show they are technically skilled, or perhaps they have a lot of experience in a specific industry and are eager to showcase that prowess.

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So I'm currently in the midst of applying to the Tisch school at NYU. Part of the application requirement for my desired program (Film and Television Production) is a creative resume. I'm a little lost about how much they want on it, or if it's just things we've done specific to our desired program. Does anyone know of any samples or examples I could look at to try and guide me? Any help would be welcome, thanks!

With two essays, a film, a résumé, and a creative submission, the Tisch film portfolio is one of the lengthiest applications around. The process of creating your portfolio should take about as long as is does to complete the NYU Common Application, if not longer. Therefore, you should start working on your Common Application and artistic portfolio as soon as possible! It takes time to write essays, shoot a short film, and/or edit a photo series. This is not an application that you can pull an all-nighter to finish. (Source: meet.nyu.edu)

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With two essays, a film, a résumé, and a creative submission, the Tisch film portfolio is one of the lengthiest applications around. The process of creating your portfolio should take about as long as is does to complete the NYU Common Application, if not longer. Therefore, you should start working on your Common Application and artistic portfolio as soon as possible! It takes time to write essays, shoot a short film, and/or edit a photo series. This is not an application that you can pull an all-nighter to finish.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to create beautiful cinematography, if there’s a bit of background noise in one of your shots, or if you don’t have access to a fancy camera. There’s a popular saying about the Tisch film program: “You can be admitted without having ever picked up a camera.” The saying is a bit dated because nowadays we have powerful cameras built into our cell phones, but the idea behind it still holds true. Don’t fixate on all the technical aspects of filmmaking; you’ll learn all that when you get to Tisch. The creative submission is all about telling a story in the best way you know how. (Source: meet.nyu.edu)

 

 

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