I'm very happy to say that I've been accepted into the eight-month foundation course at the European Film College in Ebeltoft, starting September this year. "Learn about all aspects of the film world" pretty much sums up what the course is about, it costs approx. 70,000 DKK, but the money is well spend, just take a look at what you'll get out of it:
The school has access to 300 m2 film and television studio equipped for building sets and shooting fiction.
The picture editing facilities rival the editing facilities of many professional post-production houses and TV stations.
The EFC has two cinemas. The main one, Store Bjørn ("Big Bear", named after Nordisk Film's logo) is recognized as one of the finest cinemas in Denmark.
The college has an extensive collection of DVDs, videos, and books as well as an archive of short and documentary films on 16mm.
Weekly lectures are held by prominent industry people like Alan Parker (director of Evita, Mississippi Burning, The Life of David Gale, etc.) and Rick Senat, former Vice President of Warner Brothers studios.
EFC plans an annual trip to a Film festival.
The school prides itself on excellent food, made by professional chefs and experts in nutrition. Everything is made from fresh ingredients and they bake all their own bread. Students will be served three meals a day plus healthy snacks in the afternoon.
I'm so happy! ;D