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Baltic Film and Media School
Baltic Film and Media School logo.jpg
Established 2005
Type Public
Location Tallinn, Estonia
Coordinates: 59°23′47″N 24°41′52″E / 59.39639°N 24.69778°E / 59.39639; 24.69778
Affiliations CILECT
Website http://www.bfm.ee

Coordinates: 59°23′47″N 24°41′52″E / 59.39639°N 24.69778°E / 59.39639; 24.69778 Baltic Film and Media School (BFM) is a public funded film school created in 2005 as a college of Tallinn University, one of the biggest educational institutions in Estonia.[1] The school is a member of CILECT association of film schools since November 2008. BFM offers three-years BA and two-years MA degree programmes. The curriculum includes courses in electronic media and television production, public relations, directing, producing, screenwriting, sound design, editing, cinematography, mass communication and media. The school is situated in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.

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Facilities

BFM provides students with free facilities and equipment to produce a film.

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Members

BFM faculty and over 300 students hail from more 15 countries in Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Australia. Tallinn University has over 25 ERASMUS partner universities in Europe, which allows top students at the School to experience a higher education in another higher learning environment. [2]

The key sponsors and funders are:

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