Lyne Binette, MFA (York), TTP (NBS)
Director of Professional Training
A graduate of York University in Toronto, Binette Lyne holds a BFA (1982) and an MFA (1989). She graduated from the training program for teachers of NBS since 1985. She continues to specialize in teaching the Cecchetti method and obtains a certificate of Licentiate of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing in 1992 and his advanced degree in 1993. From 1989 to 1994 she taught at The School of Dance in Ottawa. She joined the team in 1994 The QED where she teaches ballet since. His teaching approach is focused on the person as training, technical and artistic development, as the overall health of young dancer. This keen interest in the education and professional development programs in dance led him to be actively involved in the community and to participate in training and conferences in Montreal, New York, San Francisco, Toronto and Washington. It is also Pilates instructor since 2004. After six years on the coordination of the general public of the QED training, it occupies the same position in vocational training from 2003 to 2008 and was appointed director in 2008.
The Low-Residency MFA Handbook: A Guide for Prospective Creative Writing Students
Alumna opinion2003-05-28 10:01:50 by uclaBFA
I went to the UCLA film dept for undergrad. here's the rundown on the grad progs:
Directing: Very PC and multi-culti, basically straight white males need not apply. You will make 16mm films the school will not pay for. You will go on to teach production somewhere, this program is NOT known for producing working directors.
MFA Screenwriting: GREAT, program, basically the best screenwriting program in the world. Many, many grads are working screenwriters, and any directors that went to UCLA, such as Alexander Payne, went to the Screenwriting program NOT Directing.
Producers Program: You will NOT produce a film, but rather will learn about structure, development, entertainment law, and take classes taught by people "in the business
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