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Motion Picture Art MA

Motion picture is more and more defined by new technologies and creative thinking, where both art and business are present within the sphere of professional film and content-creation.

Metropolitan’s one of a kind program offers a varied structure where you can learn about specialized courses as well as about related arts too. You can work on shared projects with your classmates as you would in a real-life environment. All this is done in real time with the guidance of masters in a professional environment, e.g. at the internationally acclaimed Origo Film Studio. Thanks to the availability of specialized courses, you can find the motion picture subject that you feel most connected to.

 

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“Drama is life with the dull bits cut out.”
ALFRED HITCHCOCK

“If I had to briefly describe why I chose this major I would say it was because it was practice-orientated. One of the best things was that we formed creative groups with our mates from other art majors so everyone had the opportunity to show their creativity in their own field. A professional technical background helped us to effectuate our ideas. My teachers were – without any exception – representatives of contemporary Hungarian art life and have been supporting me on my way since then.”
Ágota Kobra, Graduate Student


 

THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR  YOU...if you are interested in motion picture art, are creative, have good visual, technical skills and a developed sense of reality.

 

CARREER PROSPECTS:
  • Individual Motion Picture Artist
  • Director of Documentaries
  • Creator of new-media contents
  • TV programme Creator, Editor
  • Animation Designer
  • Screenwriter, Editor, Creative Producer, Cinematographer
 
 
SPECIALIZATIONS:

Specializations are launched only if the sufficient number of students wish to join the specialization.

 

 
CORE SUBJECTS: 
Motion Picture Technologies (Cinematography, Editing Theory and Practice), Sound Design, Documentary and Fiction Filmmaking, Television Workshop, History of Motion Pictures, Media Design and Animation Studies, Screenwriting-Dramaturgy, Production and Management
 
HEAD OF PROGRAM:  Ádám Rozgonyi DLA, PhD, Habil.  - Associate Professor, Director, Screenwriter
 
PROFESSIONAL EXECUTIVE: Ádám Born DLA, Associate Professor, Balázs Béla Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning Director
 
 
CURRENT ACADEMIC STAFF MEMBERS INCLUDE:
  • ZSOLT BALOGH Balázs Béla Award-winning TV and Film Director, Screenwriter  

  • GYÖRGY BÁRON DLA Balázs Béla and Táncsics Mihály Award-winning Film Critic, Editor

  • GÉZA BEREMÉNYI Kossuth, Balázs Béla and József Attila Award-winning Writer, Screenwriter, Director  

  • ÁDÁM BORN DLA – Associate Professor, Balázs Béla Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning Director

  • PÉTER GÁRDOS Balázs Béla Award-winning Director, Writer

  • BUDA GULYÁS Balázs Béla Award-winning HSC Cinematographer

  • LÁSZLÓ HARGITTAI – Film Editor

  • ÁGNES INCZE Balázs Béla Award-winning Film Director, Editor

  • MARI MIKLÓS HSE Balázs Béla Award-winning Film Editor

  • GYÖRGY MOLNÁR DLA, PhD. Habil.Balázs Béla Award-winning Director, Merited Artist  

  • GYÖRGY RADNAI Producer

  • ÁDÁM ROZGONYI DLA, PhD, Habil Associate Professor, Director, Screenwriter

  • ANDRÁS SALAMON DLA Balázs Béla Award-winning Director, Screenwriter

  • KÁROLY SZALAI – Editor

  • ANDRÁS VÁGVÖLGYI B. – Director, Writer, Journalist

  • ANNA VARGA PhD Associate Professor, Film Critic, Aesthete, Head of Motion Picture Institute 

  • RUDOLF VÁRHEGYI Sound Engineer

 


PARTNERS: ATV, Átrium Film & Theatre, MAFILM, Hungarian Film Laboratory, Hungarian National Digital Archive and Film Institute, Origo Film Studio, Pesti Magyar Theatre, Schwindl Kft., Ufa Hungary, Visionteam L.O. Filmtechnical Service Ltd.
 

QUALIFICATION AS SPECIFIED IN THE DIPLOMA: Motion Picture Artist

DURATION OF PROGRAM: 4 terms

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTIONS: Hungarian