Denmark continues to attract an increasing number of students from across the globe to the high quality courses. Denmark holds to a high standard of academics, and combined with an international student community, Denmark makes for a popular study abroad choice. Film courses in Denmark are among the top programs as students are seeking to study in this multicultural, creative, and progressive society.
The courses in Film in Denmark are wide in range, with options to meet the needs of most students. Film Courses in Denmark include summer programs, workshops, internships, and short term courses on topics such as video production, film acting, costume design for film, screenwriting, and cinematography, to name a few. Whether you are seeking professional development or looking for a hobby, there are film courses in Denmark to meet your goals.
If a film course in Denmark sounds like what you are looking for, then take a look below to learn more. When you find the one that suits you, complete the form and you will be connected directly with the school!
The 8½-month programme at the European Film College is a place of opportunity. Opportunity to explore and develop your ideas, your talent and yourself. Opportunity to take chances and make mistakes and to do it in a safe, encouraging and inspiring environment. [+]
Over the course of the 34-week program, you will take part in various film projects, working in crews with other students in a process that is very similar to how... [+]
8 1/2 month program
Over the course of the 34-week program, you will take part in various film projects, working in crews with other students in a process that is very similar to how the film industry works. You will perform different roles from one project to the next, with opportunities to work as cinematographer, screenwriter, director, editor, etc.We will present the framework and general theme of most projects – it could be a music video, a genre piece or a documentary. Apart from this, you can also take advantage of the schools facilities and make your own films, under the guidance of your teachers and in collaboration with other students.