Albuquerque film schools are in the perfect location at the perfect time. There are very few places outside the confines of Hollywood that has several film locations – good thing that the city and the area surrounding Albuquerque, New Mexico is one of these. This city has become one of the hottest areas as a film location – what with over 300 days of beautiful, dry weather and sun.
Lately, the city is dubbed as one of “Hollywood’s Favorite Cities,” by the Forbes Magazine. The December 2008 edition of this magazine featured a minimum of 22 big budget films that were filmed in Albuquerque; and the list included “Terminator Salvation” as well as “The Men Who Stare at Goats.” With the two films alone, Albuquerque has earned over $ 130 million dollars in revenue. Not a bad day’s work.
Obviously, that being said, it’s understandable that there are some truly amazing film schools in this city. Some of them are perfectly located at the center of the state and is poised to meet the needs of the growing number of students who wish to be part of this exciting field. The student need not worry after graduation as well, as the metropolis has more than twenty television stations, so a lot of career opportunities await the aspiring filmmakers.
Some reputable Albuquerque film schools are famous for its mentor-apprentice programs in almost all areas of filmmaking and which allows the students to work with industry professionals. After all, nothing is better than one-on-one learning and hands-on availability. After graduating from your course in the fields of History of Film, Getting Your Movie Made, The Script, Directing, Pre-Production or Post-Production, you’d understand why graduates immediately land on a job.
Another one of the remarkable Albuquerque film schools is New Mexico State University. If you want to be a master in digital filmmaking, visual effects or animation, then the Creative Media Institute’s bachelor’s or creative media degree will be most suitable for you. With each great film beginning with a story, this school is in the business of storytelling and then teaching students how to bring that story to fruition.
Students in Albuquerque film schools get the chance to use the state-of-the-art industry technology that industry professionals use in producing the major films. Professional editing and all post-production tools are available for the next wave of filmmakers in this world. And after the film is completed, there is the Digital Media Theatre available for expressing your cinematic creation. Staying at par with every industry standard for sound and viewing quality and excellence, this is a 5.1 surround THX-certified cinema. Also doubling as a teaching and sound mixing facility, this is available to students any time by reservation. Whatever line of specialization you would choose in this rewarding industry, Albuquerque film schools have what it takes to assist you in making it big in your chosen career.
Albuquerque Film Schools
offer one-on-one mentoring from Hollywood film professionals. The Film Connection ‘s mentor apprentice approach to filmmaking pairs you up with a working professional on actual film and video jobs – no teachers, no crowded classrooms, to massive tuition debts.
SONG: Start of Something New ARTIST: Troy and Gabriella VIDEO: High School Musical SPOILERS: For the First Movie Okay, so yes, I love High School Musical. It’s a very cute movie, you have to admit that! Though it seems sort of weird and out of place with all the Austin and Shakespeare vids that have populated my account as of late. But oh well! I wanted to try something new (haha.). This vid is no where near perfect, though it was interesting to make! I took the video where the two actually sing the song in the movie and put clips of the rest of the movie in with it cutting between the two of them. The clips were hard to work with because in the beginning I wanted to cut out the stupid monitor completely. Sorry, for a night that monitor was the bane of my existance. Towards the end my problem was that the interaction between Troy and Gabriella was just too cute I had a hard time cutting some of it out! But oh well. That’s all I’m going to say. I wasn’t going to post this one (it was going to go in a folder with my other vids that I hang onto just in case I ever feel brave enough to post them) but I figure eh, why not? I hope you enjoy it a little at least.
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Question by ♥XEillieX♥: What to bring on the first day of school?
Im going in the 11th grade.
International Filming (At a local college)
School starts on September 8,2009.
I have folders,note books,filler paper,pens,pencils,crayons,colored pencils,markers,hole pouch-er,glue,erasers.
Im getting my backpack at wal-mart same with my binders.
Anything else I may need?
Where can I get a day planner?
Also this is for school are the aeropostale poloswith the butterfly on them any good, and there uniform pants, I seen there on sale and I need to wear them so I was thinking of going there and getting some.
And what should I bring on the first day?
I don’t have any school books yet not sure when I will get them if I do.
Oh and I can’t do math at all whats the algebra 2 book that really helps?
Answer by smilez
you dont really need a lot of things, especially on the first day of school. basically, you just need to make sure that you have PAPER, PENCIL, ERASER, BINDER. && DIVIDER for every class is a good idea too. on the first day of school, your teacher will usually tell you the rules and the things that you need for that class.
good luck 😀
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Rutherfordton, N.C. (PRWEB) September 03, 2012
When reflecting upon America’s gold rush, images of miners panning in sparkly California streams may first come to mind, but truth be told, our country’s first gold rush actually began in North Carolina. Carolinians and Americans alike can learn the fascinating truth about the first days of gold in this country at the much-anticipated premiere of the UNC-TV produced documentary Gold Fever & The Bechtler Mint on Saturday, September 29, 7 p.m. at Rutherfordton-Spindale Central High School in Rutherfordton, N.C. Admission is free.
Filmed in Rutherford County and other locations across the state, the 30-minute documentary tells the story of the Bechtler Mint during the years when North Carolina was the major gold mining state and of Christopher Bechtler of Rutherfordton who, in 1832, minted the first $ 1 gold coin in the nation (17 years before the U.S. mint). During the mid-1800s, the Bechtlers minted more than $ 2.24 million in gold coins. Generations later, descendants of the Bechtler family are finding a renewed interest in their ancestry and several are planning to attend the premier.
The history of America’s first gold rush and the Bechtler Mint is one of the unique and distinctive experiences that can be found only in North Carolina, said Lynn Davis Minges, assistant secretary of Tourism, Marketing, and Global Branding for North Carolina. Visitors are looking for those authentic stories and deeper connections, so it is vital that we celebrate this history and allow visitors to take hold of it through programs and attractions like this.
The premiere coincides with the grand opening of the Bechtler Mint site and the scenic rail-trail that connects it to Rutherfordton, N.C., the home of Bechtlers historic 1838 house, now fashioned into a public museum for this calendar year in celebration of the town of Rutherfordton’s 225th anniversary. The Bechtler Mint site itself has more than 100 feet of tunnels below and a panoramic view of the mountains around. Rutherford County, owner of the mine site, in conjunction with the Rutherford County Tourism Development Authority, is currently developing the site with trails and interpretive signage, in addition to creating a safe, attractive, and informative space at the entrance to the mint site tunnels.
The premiere will also act as the kickoff for a Friends of Bechtler group, said Michelle Whitaker, executive director of Rutherford County Tourism Development Authority. We hope that attendees will sign up to be a part of this group, whose goal would be to further develop and protect the Bechtler story assets for all residents and visitors alike.
After being shown for the first time in Rutherford County, the documentary will begin airing statewide on UNC-TV Public Television on October 2 at 9 p.m. and October 4 at 10 p.m.
Gold Fever and the Bechtler Mint has been such an exciting project to work on, said Scott Davis, UNC-TV Executive Producer and the films director. First of all its a great North Carolina story that always surprises everyone who hears about it: North Carolina, the site of Americas first gold rush! And then the Bechtler connection: how this German immigrant family living in Rutherford County minted Americas first one dollar gold coin. Its truly the perfect public television story and we are thrilled to be producing it for UNC-TV.
The documentary has been made possible by the generous contributions of underwriters and donors including the Town of Rutherfordton, Rutherford County and the Rutherford County Tourism Development Authority, the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area, Duke Energy Foundation, Rutherford County Historical Society, Stonecutter Foundation, Tanner Foundation, and Theron Watson.
The premiere is a project of the Rutherfordton 225th Anniversary Committee and the Bechtler Premiere Sub-Committee in cooperation with the Bechtler Documentary Committee and UNC-TV.
UNC-TV provides people of all ages with enriching, life-changing television through its distinctive array of programs and services, including four digital channels: flagship UNC-TV; UNC-EX, the Explorer Channel; UNC-KD, the Just for Kids Channel; and UNC-MX, the Eclectic Mix Channel (available on digital cable only). UNC-TVs 12 stations comprise North Carolinas only statewide television network, made possible through a unique partnership of public investment and private support. UNC-TV is committed to producing, broadcasting and sharing content for and about North Carolina, making it the most important source of information about the state. Visit unctv.org for more information about UNC-TV.
For more information about the premiere, call 828-287-3520 or e-mail goldevent(at)rutherfordton(dot)net. To view photos of the Bechtler House, visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bechtler-House/252650848164714.
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