The Bret Ratner Grant

$10,000 tuition grant based on financial need only for One, Two Year & MFA Filmmaking Programs.


Through the generosity of Brett Ratner, the New York Film Academy is able to offer a limited amount (50) of $10,000 tuition grants. Only applicants to our One & Two Year Filmmaking programs are eligible to apply. To qualify, applicants must show a credible need for financial assistance through documentation (i.e. parents’ income tax statement, if dependent; personal income tax, if independent).

Additionally, applicants must submit a Personal Statement explaining why they would like to attend the New York Film Academy.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.nyfa.com/film_school/student_information/financial_aid.php

or contact the Financial Aid Director at financialaid@nyfa.edu.

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