Film schools » Film Programs
The film schools provide a solid teaching about all the facets of film industry forming the talent of the students and preparing them for similar careers to cinema and television. They teach the crucial knowledge of film making, analytic abilities, as well as the exclusive knowledge of an education in liberal arts.
The goal of a film school is to produce a talented director, a storyteller with an unusual vision who knows how to use and value the components of the filmmaking arts.
The courses the students take are specifically designed to equip them with a series of varied abilities that include digital and analogical recording, orchestrating, conducting, and film music business, scoring for feature film, television and new media, collaboration to directors, producers, editors and musicians.
An entire variety of film styles are taught (narrative fiction, animation, documental, experimental, etc.) and are made of several lengths and formats (from 5 to 20 minutes, in digital video and 16mm).
In the first years of the plan study are emphasized the principles of the filmmaking process and visual narration, the students must familiarize with each aspect of the creation, development, making, completion and exhibition of filmmaking work. Then students write, direct, memorize, revise, they drift and they produce a variety of digital films, short movies and productions in digital video as well as numerous productions sponsored by the school.
The film industry is much more competitive today than years before, graduated students have more open doors due to the fact that they possess its school diploma or a degree, having the opportunity of making numerous productions along the program study.
DIFFERENT FILM PROGRAMS