When it come to film making there are endless choices available, but one among them stands above all the rest – the Los Angeles Film School.
Here you learn the art of filmmaking on the very practical front that is actually making your own films. Es, in the first week itself you are taught on handling a camera. By graduations, that is with in an year’s span, you would have made several films all by yourself.
If that?s not a reason justified enough for you to believe that the Los Angeles Film School is the ace, here are some more concrete reasons:
1. The campus of the Los Angeles Film School is located right in the heart of the films’ capital Hollywood.
2. The school’s location boasts of the corner of Vine & Sunset, just a few steps away from Kodak Theater and Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is surrounded by all major motion picture studios & the film industry business houses. Everything you dreamt of would be within a walking distance.
3. The faculty here comprise of known Hollywood professionals, those who have big films to their credits like The Matrix, Spider Man, and Blade Runner.
4. Their experience and practical knowledge would guide you trough a journey towards becoming an ace film maker.
5. The school is determined to train you all the required aspects of film making that is from A to Z. Such as producing, directing, cinematography, screenwriting, production design, etc.
6. The curriculum of the school is certainly the best with all latest technological film production. It is this state-of-the-art curriculum that makes them distinctly ahead, hence making it the best ground to begin a successful film production career.
7. LA Film School goes ahead with a mission – that is to create the next generation of filmmakers for the industry – those who are self-confident in their abilities, excellent in facing all sorts of competitions, and passionate for making movies.
8. The small sizes of the classes allow very close and interactive learning in an unbeatable hands-on environment.
9. LA Film School’s faculty is that of extremely professional film makers who are unquestionably devoted towards the art and are hence, truly loyal for teaching the craft.
10. The state-of-the-art facilities at the school make learning more easy and fun.
11. The students would have all the rights to the films they make during the span of the course.
12. The cost as per the facilities is quite reasonable for this sort of education.
13. No film school ever guarantees a permanent job after graduation. Yet, here you have the advantage of knowing your instructors who formulate the film industry of Hollywood in real sense. They would give you some instructions as to knowing the best ways to get that dream break in film making.
14. Your instructors would do their level best to help you succeed in developing a great film making career by teaching you anything and everything you would need to know in film making.
15. They would also teach you the ways and means to approach the major production agencies.
16. The films that you make during the course, formulate an excellent portfolio that would help you in your professional journey ahead.
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ABOUT US Established in 2004, the International Academy of Film and Television (IAFT) operates campuses in Cebu, Los Angeles and Miami. Its fourth one in Hong Kong opened in 2012. The school follows a specialized curriculum that combines theory with practical application under the mentorship of leading industry professionals. In addition to its professional programs in filmmaking, the school also offers various short-term workshops on various skills including photography, production and acting. Students use Hollywood standard equipment to produce, direct, and edit their own short films. IAFT also offers students the opportunity to earn film credits and experience by working on feature films/productions through its parent company, Bigfoot Entertainment Inc. IAFT prides itself on bringing Hollywood to Asia by introducing western standards to Hong Kong filmmaking and bridging both cultures. It aims at fostering the untapped creativity of the community and adding value to the local industry. IAFT believes that one of the best ways to add value to the industry is by understanding it from a global perspective. That is why IAFT has four campuses worldwide — all known for their thriving entertainment industries and ideal filmmaking environments. We encourage our students to study abroad at any of our campuses. IAFT LOS ANGELES: This campus is in the heart of California’s dominant entertainment industry and allows its students to soak in the knowledge and experience of the …
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Question by NightWalker97: If i go to film school where would i work if i don’t want to move to Hollywood?
I’m thinking of going to film school next year, but when i’m out i don’t want to move to Hollywood and get swept up in the politics of the business, where should i think about going after i get out?
Answer by Raz
There are people who do documentaries for public television and local access channels, although they don’t necessarily get paid very well.
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Hopes big for new FSU/Digital Domain film school starting small in West Palm …
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Only the Strong is a 1993 martial arts film directed by Sheldon Lettich, starring Mark Dacascos. It is considered to be the only Hollywood film that showcases Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art, from beginning to end. Plot, ex-Special Forces soldier Louis Stevens returns to Miami to find his former high school overrun by drugs and violence. A master of the Brazilian martial art, capoeira, Stevens pledges to straighten out a dozen of the school’s worst students by teaching them this demanding and highly-disciplined fighting style. Slowly, his program begins to work, giving the students new hope and purpose. But the local drug lord, himself a martial arts expert, vows to stop Stevens’ positive influence. Now Stevens must fight to save his own life, as well as the lives of his rebellious young students. Director: Sheldon Lettich Writers: Sheldon Lettich, Luis Esteban Stars: Mark Dacascos, Stacey Travis and Geoffrey Lewis
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WASHINGTON (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
In his childrens story book Adwoa (published by AuthorHouse, November 2003), Solomon A. Minta tells the story of a young African immigrant struggling to find a way to fit in at school while remaining true to her culture. With a renewed marketing effort, Minta looks forward to introducing his story to a wider audience.
When a young girl named Adwoa arrives in a foreign country, she quickly learns that her schoolmates look at her differently than the other children. Many of them laugh at her and call her African, leaving her confused about her identity compared to them.
The other children make Adwoa feel humiliated because of her differences. But she is resilient and true to herself, embracing her culture and wearing it with pride. Eventually her classmates come to respect her for being genuine and confident.
Minta suggests that Adwoas situation is familiar to all children who emigrated from Africa, and that many of them feel equally humiliated. He hopes Adwoas strength inspires young readers to resist the urge to shed their cultural roots. Minta wants African children to be proud of their culture, their native dishes, their native garb and their native language.
Even though racism, discrimination, integration and what have you seem to be forgotten but it is still practiced in many different ways by hard core racist minds, says Minta. This is a continued reminder that things can change for the benefit of those being discriminated against.
About the Author
Solomon A. Minta is a native of Ghana and a naturalized citizen of the United States. He was born at Chiraa in the Brong Ahafo Region. Minta has been a resident of Washington for decades and is an alumni of Howard University and the University of District of Columbia. His writings are mainly based on his experiences as a foreigner, black suffrage, domestic relationship problems, and a pastor who believes that all humans are one irrespective of color, nationality, religion or place of origin.
AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, Inc. self-publishing imprint, is a leading provider of book publishing, marketing, and bookselling services for authors around the globe and offers the industrys only suite of Hollywood book-to-film services. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service, AuthorHouse assigns each author personal publishing and marketing consultants who provide guidance throughout the process. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, AuthorHouse celebrated 15 years of service to authors in Sept. 2011.For more information or to publish a book visit authorhouse.com or call 1-888-519-5121. For the latest, follow @authorhouse on Twitter.