Beijing Film Academy Beijing Established in 1950, the academy is the lone institution of its type in China, while also serving as the largest film school in all Asia.
With China becoming the world’s fastest-growing film market, more interest and importance has been placed on the country’s quest to both produce its own films and bring in talent from all over the world.
The school takes a learning-by-making approach, so that upon graduation, not only will students have a completed film of their own to show as well as an overall reel of their accomplishments, but they’ll also have been exposed to industry-standard technology and processes that will help them start off on the right foot.
Students are encouraged to develop and produce as much content as they can.
Alumni from the program work all across the entertainment industry, while students benefit from the school’s deep relationships with networks, production companies and studios.
The CSUN Cinematheque runs a regular film series for students and the public.
The school is fully equipped to enable students to successfully complete their films from page to screen.
The CCC offers a two-year scriptwriting and audiovisual cinematography production course, as well as a continuing education program that is open to the general public.
Faculty and fellows also mentor young women in AFI’s Young Women in Film program.
Art Center College of Design Pasadena Art Center’s film department offers a three-track curriculum, focusing on directing, editing and cinematography, with students receiving a proper overview of all aspects of storytelling.