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North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA School of Filmmaking)




Established in 1993, the School of Filmmaking is a unique arts conservatory that combines rigorous professional training with unparalleled facilities, equipment and resources. Our program is young enough to be flexible and forward-looking, but still maintain a strong emphasis in all the film crafts, using both traditional and new digital media.

We are first and foremost an arts conservatory program, training our graduates for a professional career in the moving arts fields and industries, whether those are feature films, television, commercials, music videos, non-fiction and industrial films and the merging of any and all of the above media. We are not a trade school. We are a training ground for artists, giving them the freedom to explore their creative visions in a carefully structured environment that attempts to mirror experiences in the professional world.

Our philosophy is built on a foundation of general skills and knowledge, and an equal period of specialization in a specific discipline. We require all of our students to write, direct, produce, shoot, edit and design films in the first and second years of our program, whether they feel artistically inclined and qualified in those areas or not. We require that all of our students pass a comprehensive safety examination, and conduct themselves in a safe manner for themselves and their fellow crew in all production situations, both on our soundstages and on location. We also require all students to pass a comprehensive written exam in the third year of the program to demonstrate their ability to analyze and understand films so they can move to the fourth and final year of the program.

All students must possess the basic capability to see images, hear sounds, and clearly communicate with other students in both class discussions and production exercises. All students must be able to watch and hear required screenings and possess the ability to analyze and discuss them. All students must be able to physically participate in all phases of the video and film production curriculum.

The School of Filmmaking offers a Master of Fine Arts (Film Music Composition only),and a Bachelor of Fine Arts.



School name:North Carolina School of the ArtsNCSA School of Filmmaking
Address:1533 South Main Street
Zip & city:NC 27127-2188 North Carolina
Phone:(336) 770-1332
Web:http://www.ncarts.edu/filmmaking/
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Established in 1993, the School of Filmmaking is a unique arts conservatory that combines rigorous professional training with unparalleled facilities, equipment and resources. Our program is young enough to be flexible and forward-looking, but still maintain a strong emphasis in all the film crafts, using both traditional and new digital media.

We are first and foremost an arts conservatory program, training our graduates for a professional career in the moving arts fields and industries, whether those are feature films, television, commercials, music videos, non-fiction and industrial films and the merging of any and all of the above media. We are not a trade school. We are a training ground for artists, giving them the freedom to explore their creative visions in a carefully structured environment that attempts to mirror experiences in the professional world.

Our philosophy is built on a foundation of general skills and knowledge, and an equal period of specialization in a specific discipline. We require all of our students to write, direct, produce, shoot, edit and design films in the first and second years of our program, whether they feel artistically inclined and qualified in those areas or not. We require that all of our students pass a comprehensive safety examination, and conduct themselves in a safe manner for themselves and their fellow crew in all production situations, both on our soundstages and on location. We also require all students to pass a comprehensive written exam in the third year of the program to demonstrate their ability to analyze and understand films so they can move to the fourth and final year of the program.

All students must possess the basic capability to see images, hear sounds, and clearly communicate with other students in both class discussions and production exercises. All students must be able to watch and hear required screenings and possess the ability to analyze and discuss them. All students must be able to physically participate in all phases of the video and film production curriculum.

The School of Filmmaking offers a Master of Fine Arts (Film Music Composition only),and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. 



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