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Television Production Arts MA

Besides traditional genres, new ones were born. The style, technology and visuality of television have changed.

By introducing new platforms, the flow of news and filmmaking have accelerated as of late, while modern technology has induced a vast impact on entertainment genres such as series and TV-shows. Therefore, we can state that television has become the most complex artistic profession. At our MA courses we train television experts who are able to create productions, perform creative and executive tasks with an overall knowledge of the television production systems and procedures. During your studies you will have the opportunity to get insight into news, report, documentary and entertainment genres after the acquirement of the basics at the Television Production BA training.

“Every tracking shot is a moral act!”
JEAN-LUC GODARD

 

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HEAD OF PROGRAM: 
Prof. ANDRÁS KEPES PhD. Habil. DLA – University Professor, Táncsics Mihály Award and Prima, Pulitzer Prize-winning Writer, Television Production Expert, Chairman of the Council of Arts
 

SPECIALIZATIONS:
News and Information Programme Editor and Presenter, TV Documentary Editor-Director, Magazine and TV-Show Editor-Director
 

THIS PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR YOU... if you wish to become an emblematic character in Hungarian Television, or you would like to continue your studies in a PhD program.
 

CARREER PROSPECTS:

  • Creator of live or recorded television news programmes, magazines or TV-shows
  • TV Editor and Presenter
  • Dramaturge or Director of TV programmes
  • Reporter and Broadcaster from any segments of the world as a one-member TV crew, using the appropriate technologies
  • Coordinator of television editorials
     
CORE SUBJECTS:

Cinematography, Directing, Screenwriting-Dramaturgy, Television Journalism, Editing and Program Presentation, Investigative Journalism, Magazine and TV-Show Editing, Production and Producing, Editing, Sound and Post-Production Techniques, History of Art, Cultural Anthropology, Media Law and Etiquette, History of Television and Theory, Creative Visual Techniques
 

 
CURRENT ACADEMIC STAFF MEMBERS INCLUDE:
  • ZSOLT BALOGH Balázs Béla Award-winning TV and Film Director, Screenwriter
  • ÁDÁM BORN DLA Associate Professor, Balázs Béla Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning Director
  • ESZTER CSEKE Prima and Pulitzer Prize-winning TV Editor and Presenter
  • ISTVÁN CSUKÁS - Balázs Béla Award-winning Cameraman
  • PÉTER GÁRDOS Balázs Béla Award-winning Director, Writer
  • ANDRÁS GEREVICS - Writer, Dramaturg
  • KRISZTA HADAS Editing-Reporter, Producer
  • GABRIELLA JAKUPCSEK - TV Editor and Presenter
  • Habil ANDRÁS KEPES DLA, PhD – University Professor, Táncsics Mihály Award and Prima, Pulitzer Prize-winning Writer, Television Production Expert, Chairman of the Council of Arts
  • GABRIELLA KONCZ Balázs Béla Award-winning Film Editor
  • SZILVIA KRIZSÓ Prima and Pulitzer Prize-winning TV Editor and Presenter
  • GYÖRGY MOLNÁR DLA, PhD, Habil. Balázs Béla Awars-winning Director, Merited Artist
  • ÁDÁM ROZGONYI DLA, PhD, Habil. Associate Professor, Director, Screenwriter
  • ANDRÁS SALAMON DLA Balázs Béla Award-winning Director, Screenwriter
  • ANDRÁS SIMON Prima Prize-winning Journalist, TV Editor and Presenter
  • ANDRÁS S. TAKÁCS Prima and Pulitzer Prize-winning TV Editor and Presenter
  • ZSOLT TÓTH Balázs Béla Award-winning Cameraman

PARTNERS: MTVA, 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: Expert in Television Production Arts

DURATION OF PROGRAM: 4 terms
 
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTIONS: Hungarian