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The National Film, Television & Theatre School




The National Film School was founded in Łódź 1948. After the war in 1945 Łódź was the only big city near Warsaw that had not been destroyed. Before the war Warsaw and Kraków were the cultural centres.Now Łódź quickly established it's name alongside these. The theatres, cabarets, cinemas and opera started up again and attracted once more the actors, performers and directors that the war had dispersed . Thus Łódź was chosen as the new centre of film production in Poland in the shape of the Film Studio and Film School. From the start there were two distinct departments within the school : Film Directing and Cinematography. Initially the tuition programme was limited to small, simple group productions, but soon films headed by individual students began to emerge - shot always on the professional standard 35 mm format.

The school has it's own film equipment which includes 35mm cameras, lighting equipment, editing rooms equipped with 35mm and AVID editing tables, a sound studio equipped with Nagra recorders, mixing table and film projectors.
In addition the school has two screening rooms equipped for 35mm and 16mm; a video multi-system screening room.



School name:The National Film, Television & Theatre School
Address:ul.Targowa 61/63
Zip & city:90-323 Łódzkie
Phone:+48 (42) 634-58-20
Web:http://www.filmschool.lodz.pl/
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The National Film School was founded in Lódz 1948. After the war in 1945 Lódz was the only big city near Warsaw that had not been destroyed. Before the war Warsaw and Kraków were the cultural centres.Now Lódz quickly established it's name alongside these. The theatres, cabarets, cinemas and opera started up again and attracted once more the actors, performers and directors that the war had dispersed . Thus Lódz was chosen as the new centre of film production in Poland in the shape of the Film Studio and Film School. From the start there were two distinct departments within the school : Film Directing and Cinematography. Initially the tuition programme was limited to small, simple group productions, but soon films headed by individual students began to emerge - shot always on the professional standard 35 mm format.

The school has it's own film equipment which includes 35mm cameras, lighting equipment, editing rooms equipped with 35mm and AVID editing tables, a sound studio equipped with Nagra recorders, mixing table and film projectors.
In addition the school has two screening rooms equipped for 35mm and 16mm; a video multi-system screening room.