Top 10 Best Film Schools in the World

Top 10 Best Film Schools in the World

“I think one of the freedoms of being a filmmaker is the opportunity to remain a kind of continuous student.” – Edward Zwick

Millions of people dream for a bright vocation in the remarkable world of film industry. What could be better than to turn this vision into reality under the leadership of the masters in film making? A film school thus acts as a stage that provides exposure, guidance and an setting where you can learn all about what it takes to make cinemas. Be it their wide graduates network, strong faculty or expanded courses, one can make use of the best of capitals to realize their dream of building a successful vocation in silver screen industry. So here we present you the best film schools in the world:

10. University of Texas, Austin: Department of Radio-Television-Film

9. Emerson College

8. Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University

7. Columbia University School of the Arts

6. California Institute of Arts

5. University of California, Los Angeles

4. Beijing Film Academy

3. Tisch School of the Arts at New York University

  2. American Film Institute

American Film Organization was established in 1969 with an aim to reservation the legacy of American film legacy. AFI Conservatory is the founding program of the Organization. The ‘Fellows’ (AFI’s students) are bare to its world-renowned unique curriculum, that is placed on a hands-on, production-based training environment. Mirroring a expert production environment, Companions are fortified to collaborate to make more films than any other graduate level package, under the guidance and untiring efforts of their strong ability and administration.  Admission to AFI Conservatoire is highly selective, with a maximum of only 140 alumnae per year.

1. USC School of Cinematic Arts

USC School of Filmic Arts, a school within University of south California is the eldest film school In United States that was recognized as a joint venture with the Academy of Motion Image Arts and Sciences in 1929. The School has become a computer-generated laboratory for future Hollywood talent, training students not only in the field of manufacture, screenwriting, animation and digital arts, but also the business feature of entertaining, in collaboration with USC Marshall Business School of Commercial MBA program.

Sumit Gulia

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