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Film competition announced: Win a full scholarship to the David Lynch MA in Film, Maharishi University of Management - Deadline June 21
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6 June 2014
The David Lynch MA in Film at Maharishi University of Management has launched a film competition for a full scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year.
To qualify for the full scholarship, prospective MA students are invited to submit an original film up to ten minutes in length. Four time Academy Award nominee David Lynch will personally view the top six submissions and select the winner.
The deadline for submission to the film competition is June 21, 2014.
The David Lynch MA in Film is a one year program aimed at supporting talented film students in developing and completing a major film project, and thus taking a big step forward in their career, within one academic year.
''This master's degree in film will for sure teach all the aspects of filmmaking, but with the profound addition of the Transcendental Meditation® technique, taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. This will give all those in the program the ability to dive within, to transcend and experience that unbounded ocean of pure consciousness, which is unbounded intelligence, creativity, happiness, love, energy, power and peace. The students in this program will grow in these all-positive qualities and it will serve the work in glorious ways. The big secret to great filmmaking, I believe, lies within in the big treasury within us all. This will be a great program and you'll never be sorry you took part.'' —David Lynch
Among other requirements, prospective MA students must hold a bachelor's degree, preferably in film, and must demonstrate excellent skills in film or video production.
Prospective students are invited to download an information packet on the David Lynch MA in Film website.
For information about applying to the program, contact Eden West, David Lynch MA Program Administrator, at email@example.com or +1 442 444-0115.
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