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Grass Valley’s EDIUS 6 Demonstrated on Intel’s 2nd Generation Core Processor

San Francisco, California/Tokyo, Japan, January 24, 2011 — Intel provided a technological preview of the Grass Valley EDIUS 6 nonlinear editing (NLE) software, at the Intel Forum 2011 held in Japan, on January 18, 2011. At the Tokyo press conference, Intel highlighted its newly announced 2nd Generation Intel Core processor, embedded with Intel Quick Sync Video technology.
Grass Valley presented a technology preview of a forthcoming update to EDIUS 6, which has been fully optimized for the new Intel processor for hardware encoding support for H.264 videos, allowing for “faster than realtime” encoding of full HD (1920x1080) H.264 videos on a broad range of computers from notebook PCs to desktop PCs, using the new 2nd Generation Core Processor. More than 500 laptop and desktop PC platform designs are expected from all major computer manufacturers worldwide based on this new processor family. The EDIUS 6 update allows users to export to Blu-ray, or to the AVCHD format, faster than real-time directly from the EDIUS timeline.
 
"With our second generation Core processors, video editors using Grass Valley's EDIUS 6 will be able to complete their work faster than ever," said Fumihisa Shimono, Director of Software Marketing of Intel. "We know that in video, editing is all about performance and speed, and the combination of our second generation Core processors and EDIUS 6 deliver just that."
 
“Working closely with Intel, we have fine-tuned EDIUS 6 to deliver the best and fastest post-production solutions to the market," said Jeff Rosica, Executive Vice President of Grass Valley. "With H.264 and AVCHD becoming a key format for distribution, providing a faster solution is exactly what video editors need."
 
Grass Valley plans to release an update for EDIUS 6 and EDIUS Neo 3, both with support for Intel’s new processor, at the end of Q1 2011.




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Five Questions with Codex Digital’s Marc Dando

In Hungary, while directors Maurichio Chernovetzky and Mark Devendorf shot Styria, a horror film inspired by a 19th century vampire tale by Irish novelist Sheridan LeFanu, Budapest-based Colorfront and Codex Digital collaborated on the first-ever workflow that leveraged the power of the ARRI Alexa camera in the ARRIRAW format.

The workflow allowed the filmmakers to capture full 2880 x 1620 pixel resolution, uncompressed 12-bit raw Bayer sensor camera data onto on-board Codex recorders and then quickly produce and grade dailies at Colorfront for review. The ARRIRAW workflow also generated other deliverables and archived on LTO-5 tape. Producers in Budapest and Los Angeles got sync sound dailies in both Apple ProRes 422 and H.264 QuickTime formats via ARRI’s Webgate digital dailies service optimized for delivery to the web, iPhone and iPad. Dailies grades applied during production will serve as the starting point for final DI grading to be completed at Colorfront’s facility in 2011.

Studio Daily sat down with Codex Digital president Marc Dando to talk about this new workflow.

Why did you choose to create a workflow specifically for ARRIRAW?

Cinematographers and post-production pros have welcomed the recent release of Arri’s raw digital camera format, ARRIRAW, because of its excellent image quality and the flexibility it provides during production and post. Yet there remains a good deal of confusion about some of the specifics of this format, how it can be applied with Arri’s Alexa and D-21 cameras, and how to structure a workflow to achieve optimal results. We are very excited about this format and have already seen it employed successfully on a number of productions.

Is Styria your first test of the Codex Digital workflow?

Codex has been conducting workflow tests using full ARRIRAW for several months. In November of last year, we used a Codex Onboard recorder to capture more than 60 hours of ARRIRAW for a feature film. Codex recorders have also been used in London to capture Alexa ARRIRAW data for commercials, including one that went to air in the U.K. on Christmas Day. Additionally, a short stereo 3D film was shot in Australia where two Alexa cameras were captured by a single Codex Onboard recorder. That film was production in conjunction with fxphd and the Australian Cinematographers Society. Currently, several films are planning to shoot using the Alexa/Codex combination.

How is the Codex Digital recorder used with ARRIRAW?

In a typical Codex ARRIRAW workflow, the user captures ARRIRAW data directly to a Codex recorder. After recording, the recorder data packs are removed and taken to a Codex Digital Lab or Desktop Transfer Station for QC and generation of deliverables. Although, it is possible to capture Apple ProRes on SxS cards and ARRIRAW on a Codex recorder simultaneously, many feel that the most robust workflow is to produce editorial deliverables directly from the digital camera original to be certain that editorial see a true representation of them. The generation of deliverables can be done at the same time as archiving material.

I imagine there must be pitfalls with this workflow as with any new workflow? What are they?

In is important to note that post tools must fully support Version 3 ARI files in order to correctly process Alexa ARRIRAW images. The sensor characteristics and ARRIRAW encoding differ significantly between the D-21 and Alexa, so it is vital that the file format is able to describe these differences. This has led to some dangerous confusion. Some early experimenters have captured ARRIRAW from the Alexa and then taken the post path for the D-21. That has inevitably produced suboptimal results, and is not a fair way to judge Alexa ARRIRAW. Codex Onboard Recorders avoid this problem. They can automatically detect which flavor of ARRIRAW is in use, and downstream deliverable files are processed correctly with no manual intervention.

What are the capabilties of the Codex Digital data packs when it comes to recording ARRIRAW?

The Codex 256GB Data Pack can store 25 minutes of Alexa ARRIRAW, and the larger 512GB Data Pack can store 50 minutes of Alexa ARRIRAW data. These recorders can capture D-21 ARRIRAW 4:3/16:9, or Alexa ARRIRAW 16:9. A Codex Onboard Recorder has a live de-Bayered monitoring output for both single and dual camera recording. The recorder employs standard quality de-Bayer for dailies and editorial deliverables, and high quality de-Bayer for VFX and finishing.

The soon-to-be-released ARRI Alexa v3 firmware will embed important metadata within the image data stream, and it is this metadata that will complete the “official” release of ARRIRAW. Codex has  implemented tools to allow the insertion of metadata into ARRIRAW clips captured using any version of Alexa firmware. With the roll-out of v3 camera firmware, this metadata will be automatically inserted. ARRI also provides de-Bayering tools. Codex recommends that users run their own independent tests to review material and judge which solution works best for them.





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Video: VFX Work in Black Swan

A mirror shot from Black Swan

Ever wonder how Oscar-nominated cinematographer Matthew Libatique kept his camera crew out of the way of those gorgeous mirror shots that keep popping up in Black Swan?

OK, maybe you knew that was done with CG. (You’re reading this blog, after all.) But if you’re curious just how much effort went in to the unobtrusive VFX that made every shot in the film match the vision of director Darren Aronofsky, also Oscar-nominated, take a look at this terrific VFX reel — be warned that there are many SPOILERS! here — created by the folks at Look Effects to highlight their work on the film.

Of course, for a psychological thriller film like Black Swan, the success or failure of the VFX hinges on a typical audience member’s ability to realize that they’re actually looking at VFX shots. If you think about it that way, Look Effects might have done its job too well. Although Black Swan won a total of five Oscar nominations in major categories, it was not only absent from the Academy’s final five Best VFX picks, it didn’t even make the final-fifteen slate announced back in December. I mean no offense, of course, to any of the VFX artists whose work did make the cut. But it’s worth taking the time here to understand the role of VFX in bringing Aronofsky’s nightmare ballet to life.





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Film Schools

USA

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Adventure Film School (Boulder, CO)
Alpha Pacific Institute (Phoenix, Arizona)
American University School of Communication (Washington, D.C.)
American Intercontinental University-Buckhead (Atlanta, Georgia)
American Intercontinental University - South Florida (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Arizona State University School of Theatre and Film (Tempe, Arizona, USA)
Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design Film Program (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana)
Blue Ridge Motion Pictures Film Institute (Asheville, North Carolina)
Boston University Department of Film and Television (Boston, Massachusetts)
Brooklyn College Department of Film (Brooklyn, NY)
Burlington College, Department of Cinema Studies and Film Production (Burlington, VT)
Carolina Film Institute (Greenville, SC)
Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts)
Cleveland State University Film and Digital Media Program (Cleveland, Ohio)
College of Santa Fe Moving Image Arts (Santa Fe, NM)
Collins College (Tempe, AZ)
Colorado Film School (Denver, Colorado)
Columbia University Film Division (New York, NY)
Columbia College Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)
DePaul University Center for Cinema and Interactive Arts (Chicago, Illinois)
DeSales University (Center Valley, Pennsylvania)
The Documentary Center, The George Washington University (Washington D.C.)
The Documentary Institute, The University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida)
Dream Productions & Media Entertainment (Humble, Texas and Los Angeles, California)
Emerson College: Department of Visual & Media Arts (Boston, Massachusetts)
Fairfield University New Media Film, Television and Radio Program (Fairfield, CT)
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Visual and Performing Arts Department (Teaneck, NJ)
Filmtech (Philadelphia, PA)
Fitchburg State College Communications Media Department (Fitchburg, MA)
Flashpoint Academy of Media Arts & Sciences (Chicago, IL)
Florida State University Film School (Tallahassee, FL)
Full Sail University (Winter Park, FL)
Grand Valley State University Film & Video Production (Allendale, MI)
Indiana University/Department of Communication and Culture (Bloomington,IN)
The Independent Film School (New York, NY)
Industry Film Schools (Shrewsbury, NJ)
The International Film Institute of New York (New York, NY)
Ithaca Film School (Ithaca, NY)
The Jason Bennett Actor's Workshop (New York, NY)
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln, Nebraska)
KD College Conservatory of Film and Dramatic Arts (Dallas, Texas)
Las Vegas School Of Film (Las Vegas, NV)
Lawrence University Department of Theatre Arts (Appleton, WI)
Lights Film School (New York, NY)
Madison Media Institute (Madison, Wisconsin)
Minneapolis College of Art and Design Filmmaking Program (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Minneapolis Community and Technical College - Cinema Division (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Monroe Community College - Cinema and Screen Studies (Rochester, New York)
Montana State University - Department of Media and Theatre Arts (Bozeman, Montana)
Motion Picture Institute of Michigan (Troy, Michigan)
mediakite Training Center (New York, NY)
Mediatech Institute (Dallas/Austin/Houston, Texas)
MediaTech Institute (San Diego, CA)
Miami Dade Community College School of Entertainment and Design Technology (Miami, FL)
Middlebury College Film-Video Program (Middlebury, VT)
Minnesota State University-Moorhead (Moorhead, MN)
Musician's Institute Program of Film (Hollywood, CA)
The Nashville Film Institute (Nashville, TN)
The New School - Documentary Studies (New York, NY)
New York Film Academy Film School (New York, NY)
New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts (New York, NY)
New York Video School (New York, NY)
NJ Film School (Martinsville, NJ)
NYU - Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Film and Television (New York, NY)
North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
Ohio University School of Film (Athens, OH)
Palm Beach Community College Motion Picture and Television Production Program (Palm Beach, Florida)
Palm Beach Film School (West Palm Beach, Florida)
Piedmont Community College Film School (Yanceyville, North Carolina)
Pittsburgh Filmmakers (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Point Park University, Cinema and Digital Arts (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Prince of Prestige Academy of Film (Maitland, Florida)
Regent University School of Communication & the Arts (Virginia Beach, Virginia)
R. K. Films & Media Academy (New Delhi, India)
Rochester Institute of Technology School of Film and Animation (Rochester, New York)
Saint Augustine's College Theatre and Film Program (Raleigh, North Carolina)
Santa Fe Community College Film Program (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, Georgia)
Scottsdale Community College Film Program (Scottsdale, Arizona)
Seattle Film Institute (Seattle, Washington)
Shepherd Film Academy (Memphis, Tennessee)
SMU | Meadows School of the Arts- Division of Cinema Television (Dallas, Texas)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Department of Cinema and Photography (Carbondale, Illinois)
State University of New York, Purchase College Film B.A. Film Program (Purchase, New York)
Syracuse University, Newhouse School of Public Communications (Syracuse, NY)
Temple University, Department of Film and Media Arts (Philadelphia, PA)
Theatre of Arts (Hollywood, California, USA)
Trident Technical College Program of Film, Media and Visual Arts (Charleston, SC)
University of Advancing Technology, Digital Video Department (Tempe, AZ)
University of Alabama, Telecommunication and Film Department (Tuscaloosa, AL)
University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
University of Central Arkansas (Conway, AR)
University of Central Florida, Film Program (Orlando, FL)
The University of Illinois - Chicago, Department of Electronic Media, Film, Photography (Chicago, Illinois)
University of Iowa Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature (Iowa City, IA)
University of Kansas Department of Theatre & Film (Lawrence, KS)
University of Memphis Film and Video Production Program (Memphis, Tennessee)
University of Miami, School of Communication, Motion Pictures Program (Miami, FL)
University of North Alabama (Florence, Alabama)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Broadcasting and Cinema Department (Greensboro, North Carolina)
University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Wilmington, North Carolina)
University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
University of Oklahoma, Film and Video Studies (Norman, Oklahoma)
University Of Pittsburgh Film Studies Department (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
University of Texas at Austin Department of Radio - Television - Film (Austin, TX)
University of Utah Film Division (Salt Lake City, UT)
University of Washington, Comparative Literature and Cinema Studies (Seattle, Washington)
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Peck School of the Arts (Milwaukee, WI)
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Department of Radio-Television-Film (Oshkosh, WI)
Utah Valley University - Digital Media Program (Orem, UT)
Valencia Community College Arts and Entertainment Program (Orlando, FL)
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Cinema Program (Richmond, VA)
Wake Forest University Documentary Film Program (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
Watkins College of Art&Design Film School (Nashville, TN)
Western Carolina University Motion Picture & Television Production Program (Cullowhee, North Carolina)
Worcester State College Communications Department in Film/Media (Worcester, MA)
Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking (Sedona, Arizona)

California

Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)
American Intercontinental University - Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)
American Film Institute Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)
Berkeley Digital Film Institute (Berkeley, California)
Brooks Institute (Santa Barbara, CA)
CalArts School of Film and Video (Valencia, CA)
California State University, Dominguez Hills Digital Media Arts Program (Carson, California)
California State University, Fullerton Department of Radio-TV-Film Department (Fullerton, CA)
California State University, Long Beach Film & Electronic Arts (Long Beach, CA)
California State University, Los Angeles Television/Film/and Media Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
California State University, Monterey Bay Teledramatic Arts and Technology Department (Monterey Bay, CA)
California State University Northridge Department of Cinema and Television Arts (Northridge, California)
Cinema Arts Tech (Los Angeles, CA)
Chapman University School of Film and Television (Orange, CA)
Columbia College Hollywood (Tarzana, CA)
Film Arts Foundation (San Francisco, CA)
Film Connection (Los Angeles, CA)
Hero Film School (Hollywood, CA)
The Hollywood Film and Acting Academy (Hollywood, CA)
Hollywood for Kids (Hollywood, CA)
Los Angeles City College Department of Cinema and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
Los Angeles Feature Film Academy (Los Angeles, CA)
Los Angeles Film School (Hollywood, CA)
Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
Mount St. Mary's College Film & Social Justice Program (Los Angeles, CA)
Musician's Institute Program of Film (Hollywood, CA)
New York Film Academy, Universal Studios (Hollywood, CA)
Orange Coast College Department of Film (Costa Mesa, CA)
Orange County High School of the Arts (Santa Ana, CA)
San Diego State University School of Communication (San Diego, CA)
San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking (San Francisco, CA)
San Francisco State University Cinema Department (San Francisco, CA)
San Jose State University Department of Television, Radio, Film, and Theatre (San Jose, CA)
Stanford University Graduate Program in Documentary Film & Video (Stanford, CA)
Steinlein Productions (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles Professional Programs in Screenwriting and Producing (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles School of Film, Theater, and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles Extension's Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts Department (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Riverside's Media and Cultural Studies Program (Riverside, CA)
University of California, San Diego Department of Visual Arts (San Diego, CA)
University of California, Santa Cruz Film and Digital Media Program (Santa Cruz,California)
University of Southern California School of Cinema Television (Los Angeles, CA)
University of Southern California School Summer Film School (Los Angeles, CA)
Video Symphony (Burbank, CA)
Vidiots Annex (Santa Monica, CA)

International

Academia Internacional de Cinema (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Academy of Arts, The Department of Drama (Novi Sad, Serbia)
Academy of Media Arts Cologne (Cologne, Germany)
Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)
Act Capetown International (Cape Town, South Africa)
afilm International Film Workshops (Sitges, Barcelona, Spain)
Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School (London, UK)
APA International Film Schools (Sydney, Australia)
Ariege Arts DV Filmmaking (Ariege-Pyrenees, France)
Arts University College at Bournemouth (Bournemouth, United Kingdom)
Asia Pacific Film Institute (Manila, Philippines)
Asian Academy Of Film & Television (Noida, India)
Australian Film, Television & Radio School (various locations, Australia)
Baltic Film and Media School (Tallinn, Estonia)
Bond University Centre for Film, Television & Screen-Based Media (Gold Coast, Australia)
Central Film School London (London, England)
Centre for Arts and Technology (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada)
Centro (Mexico City, Mexico)
CICE - Escuela Profesional de Nuevas Technologias (Madrid, Spain)
CityVarsity School of Media & Creative Arts (Cape Town, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Columbia Academy - Video and Film Production (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Conservatoire Libre du Cin�ma Fran�ais CLCF (Paris, France)
CRAFT: Center For Research in Art of Film and Television (Delhi, India)
CRAFT (Costa Rica Art, Film & Television) Media Course (Tamarindo, Costa Rica)
Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
Digital Film Academy (Istanbul, Turkey)
Digital Academy: The Film School (Mumbai, India)
Digital Film Academy of Toronto (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Digital Film School (Dublin, Ireland)
Digital Film School (Mumbai, India)
Digital Studio College (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Dramatiska institutet University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre (Stockholm, Sweden)
Ecole des Arts Visuels de Marrakech (Marrakesh, Morocco)
Ecole Superieure Libre d'Etudes Cinematographiques (Paris, France)
Emily Carr Institute of Art, Design and Media (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
EICAR - The International Film School Of Paris (Paris, France)
Elstree Film School (Borehamwood, England)
ESCAC (Barcelona, Spain)
e Scape Movieworks Inc. (Vancouver, Canada)
Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema (Lisbon, Portugal)
Escuela Superior de Artes y Espectáculos TAI (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela de Cine y Television Septima Ars (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisi�n (San Antonio de los Baios, Cuba)
Escuela de Cinematograf�a y del Audiovisual de la Comunidad de Madrid (ECAM) (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela Superior de Dibujo Profesional (ESDIP) (Madrid, Spain)
ESEC (Paris, France)
Etobicoke School of the Arts (Toronto, Ontario,Canada)
European Film Actor School (EFAS) (Zurich, Switzerland)
The European Film College (Ebeltoft, Denmark)
Faculty of Dramatic Arts (Belgrade, Serbia)
FAMO - Film Academy of Miroslav Ondricek (Pisek, Czech Republic)
Femis (Ecole nationale superieure des metiers de l'image et du son) (Paris, France)
Filmakademie Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria)
Film Akademie (Baden-Wïrttemberg, Germany)
The Film School (Wellington, New Zealand)
Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Pune, Maharashtra, India)
Film and Television Institute of Tamilnadu (Chennai, India)
Film and Television School Of The Academy Of Performing Arts In Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
Film School Zlin (Zlin, Czech Republic)
The Film Workshops Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico)
Filmakademie Baden-W�rttemberg (Ludwigsburg, Germany)
Filmosofia (Granada, Spain)
Flash Frame Visuals Academy of Film & Television (Bangalore, India)
Florence International Film School (Florence, Italy)
Global Media Adventures Documentary Films Program (Samara, Costa Rica)
Griffith University Film School (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
Hamburg Media School (Hamburg, Germany)
Hochschule Film und Fernsehen (HFF) Konrad Wolf (Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany)
Hochschule Film und Fernsehen Munich (Munich, Germany)
Humber College - Film & Television Production (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Institut National Superieure des Arts du Spectacle (Brussels, Belgium)
Instituto Ruso Mexicano De Serguei Eisenstein (Mexico City, Mexico)
Instituto Superior Tecnologico de Cine y Actuación (Quito, Ecuador)
The International Film School Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
International Academy of Film and Television (Mactan Island, Cebu, Phillipines)
International Film College (Gold Coast, Australia)
International Film School Wales (Newport, Wales, UK)
Italian National School of Cinema (Rome, Italy)
The Icelandic Film School (Reykjavik, Iceland)
Kinema Escuela de Cine (Bilbao, Spain)
Krakowska Szkola Teatralna i Filmowa (Kraków, Poland)
Langara College Digital Film Production Program (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Langara College Film Arts Program for Actors, Writers and Directors (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Lillehammer University College Film School (Lillehammer, Norway)
London Film Academy (London, UK)
London Film School (London, UK)
London School of Film, Media and Performance (London, UK)
MadArts - Jaspal Bhatti Film School (Mohali, India)
Ma'aleh School of Television, Film and the Arts (Jerusalem, Israel)
Marilou Diaz-Abaya Film Institute and Arts Center (San Juan, Philippines)
Masterclass Ludwigsburg/Paris (Ludwigsburg, Germany and Paris, France)
Maurits Binger Filminstituut (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
The Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University (Montreal, Canada)
The Met Film School UK (London, UK)
Metropolis: Escuela de Cine y Arte Dramatico (Madrid, Spain)
Mimar Sinan University - Turkish Film and TV Institute (Istanbul, Turkey)
MoFORCE Training For Television and Film (Nairobi, Kenya)
Narafi Film School (Brussels, Belgium)
National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (Sofia, Bulgaria)
National College of Arts (Lahore, Pakistan)
National Film and Television School (Beaconsfield, UK)
National Film School of Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)
National Film School of Florence, Italy (Florence, Italy)
Nederlandse Film en Televisie Academie (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Neptune Institute of Film and Television (Delhi, India)
New Media Technology College (Dublin, Ireland)
New Renaissance Florence (Florence, Italy)
New Zealand Film Academy (Auckland, New Zealand)
Noroff Instituttet (Oslo, Norway)
Northern Film School, Leeds Metropolitan University (Leeds, UK)
Norges Kreative Fagskole, Department of Film (Oslo, Norway)
NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia (Singapore)
Pacific Audio Visual Institute (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
Pacific Film & New Media Academy (Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada)
Participate Film Academy (Sydney, Australia)
Prague Film School (Prague, Czech Republic)
Queen's University Department of Film Studies (Kingston, Canada)
Queensland School of Film and Television (Queensland, Australia)
Red Deer College Department of Motion Picture Arts (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada)
The Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts (Aqaba, Jordan)
Reel Edge Film Academy (Johannesburg, South Africa)
The All-Russian State University of Cinematography (Moscow, Russia)
Ryerson Polytechnic - Image Arts, Film, Photography, New Media (Toronto, Canada)
SAE Institute, Byron Bay - World Headquarters (Byron Bay, Australia)
SAE Institute Cape Town (Cape Town, South Africa)
SAE Institute London (London, UK)
St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Sam Spiegel Film and Television School (Jerusalem, Israel)
Sarajevo Film Academy (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)
School of Media Arts and Imaging, Time Based Art and Digital Film (Dundee, Scotland, UK)
School of Media Technology (Singapore)
Screen Academy Scotland at Napier University (Dundee, Scotland, UK)
Scuola di Cinema Pigrecoemme (Naples, Italy)
Screenwise (Surry Hills, Australia)
Septima Ars School of Cinema and TV (Madrid, Spain)
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) (Karachi Pakistan)
Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, School of Animation,Arts & Design (Oakville, Ontario, Canada)
The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance (Capetown and Johannesburg, South Africa)
Staffordshire University Department of Media and Entertainment Technology (Staffordshire, UK)
Stavrakos Academy (Athens, Greece)
The South African School of Motion Picture Medium & Live Performance (Johannesburg and Capetown, South Africa)
Southseas Film School (Auckland, New Zealand)
South Thames College Film School (London, UK)
Straight Curve Film School (Beckenham, UK)
Summer School in Filmmaking at Melbourne University (Melbourne, Australia)
Swinburne School of Film and Television (Prahran, Melbourne, Australia)
Sydney Film School (Sydney, Australia)
Toronto Film College (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Toronto Film School (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
UK National Film & Television School (Beaconsfield, UK)
Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts (Auckland, New Zealand)
Universidad de la Sabana (Bogot�, Colombia)
Universidad del Cine (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Universidad Manuela Beltran (Bogot�, Colombia)
Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogota, Colombia)
Universidade Lusofona (Lisbon, Portugal)
Universitatea Hyperion (Bucharest, Romania)
Universitatea Media (Bucharest, Romania)
Universitatea Nationala De Arta Teatrala Si Cinematografica (Bucharest, Romania)
University College Dublin Centre for Film Studies (Dublin, Ireland)
University of Applied Sciences: Audiovisual Media/Cinematography (Berlin, Germany)
University of Art and Design Helsinki, Department of Film and Television (Helsinki, Finland)
University of British Columbia, Continuing Studies, Entertainment Administration (Vancouver, Canada)
University of the Arts London, London College of Communication (London, UK)
University of Hyderabad Department of Communication (Hyderabad, India)
University of the Philippines Film Institute (UPFI) (Quezon City, Philippines)
University of Westminster Film School, Harrow Campus (London, UK)
University of Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Vancouver Film School (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
Victoria IndieCine Ltd. (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne, Australia)
Warsaw Film School (Warsaw, Poland)
WA Screen Academy (Perth, Western Australia)
Westbridge Film School (Mexico City, Mexico)
Whistling Woods International Institute for Film, Television, Animation & Media Arts (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)
York University, Department of Film (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)




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Film Schools

USA

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Adventure Film School (Boulder, CO)
Alpha Pacific Institute (Phoenix, Arizona)
American University School of Communication (Washington, D.C.)
American Intercontinental University-Buckhead (Atlanta, Georgia)
American Intercontinental University - South Florida (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
Arizona State University School of Theatre and Film (Tempe, Arizona, USA)
Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design Film Program (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana)
Blue Ridge Motion Pictures Film Institute (Asheville, North Carolina)
Boston University Department of Film and Television (Boston, Massachusetts)
Brooklyn College Department of Film (Brooklyn, NY)
Burlington College, Department of Cinema Studies and Film Production (Burlington, VT)
Carolina Film Institute (Greenville, SC)
Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts)
Cleveland State University Film and Digital Media Program (Cleveland, Ohio)
College of Santa Fe Moving Image Arts (Santa Fe, NM)
Collins College (Tempe, AZ)
Colorado Film School (Denver, Colorado)
Columbia University Film Division (New York, NY)
Columbia College Chicago (Chicago, Illinois)
DePaul University Center for Cinema and Interactive Arts (Chicago, Illinois)
DeSales University (Center Valley, Pennsylvania)
The Documentary Center, The George Washington University (Washington D.C.)
The Documentary Institute, The University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida)
Dream Productions & Media Entertainment (Humble, Texas and Los Angeles, California)
Emerson College: Department of Visual & Media Arts (Boston, Massachusetts)
Fairfield University New Media Film, Television and Radio Program (Fairfield, CT)
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Visual and Performing Arts Department (Teaneck, NJ)
Filmtech (Philadelphia, PA)
Fitchburg State College Communications Media Department (Fitchburg, MA)
Flashpoint Academy of Media Arts & Sciences (Chicago, IL)
Florida State University Film School (Tallahassee, FL)
Full Sail University (Winter Park, FL)
Grand Valley State University Film & Video Production (Allendale, MI)
Indiana University/Department of Communication and Culture (Bloomington,IN)
The Independent Film School (New York, NY)
Industry Film Schools (Shrewsbury, NJ)
The International Film Institute of New York (New York, NY)
Ithaca Film School (Ithaca, NY)
The Jason Bennett Actor's Workshop (New York, NY)
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln, Nebraska)
KD College Conservatory of Film and Dramatic Arts (Dallas, Texas)
Las Vegas School Of Film (Las Vegas, NV)
Lawrence University Department of Theatre Arts (Appleton, WI)
Lights Film School (New York, NY)
Madison Media Institute (Madison, Wisconsin)
Minneapolis College of Art and Design Filmmaking Program (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Minneapolis Community and Technical College - Cinema Division (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Monroe Community College - Cinema and Screen Studies (Rochester, New York)
Montana State University - Department of Media and Theatre Arts (Bozeman, Montana)
Motion Picture Institute of Michigan (Troy, Michigan)
mediakite Training Center (New York, NY)
Mediatech Institute (Dallas/Austin/Houston, Texas)
MediaTech Institute (San Diego, CA)
Miami Dade Community College School of Entertainment and Design Technology (Miami, FL)
Middlebury College Film-Video Program (Middlebury, VT)
Minnesota State University-Moorhead (Moorhead, MN)
Musician's Institute Program of Film (Hollywood, CA)
The Nashville Film Institute (Nashville, TN)
The New School - Documentary Studies (New York, NY)
New York Film Academy Film School (New York, NY)
New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts (New York, NY)
New York Video School (New York, NY)
NJ Film School (Martinsville, NJ)
NYU - Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Film and Television (New York, NY)
North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
Ohio University School of Film (Athens, OH)
Palm Beach Community College Motion Picture and Television Production Program (Palm Beach, Florida)
Palm Beach Film School (West Palm Beach, Florida)
Piedmont Community College Film School (Yanceyville, North Carolina)
Pittsburgh Filmmakers (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Point Park University, Cinema and Digital Arts (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
Prince of Prestige Academy of Film (Maitland, Florida)
Regent University School of Communication & the Arts (Virginia Beach, Virginia)
R. K. Films & Media Academy (New Delhi, India)
Rochester Institute of Technology School of Film and Animation (Rochester, New York)
Saint Augustine's College Theatre and Film Program (Raleigh, North Carolina)
Santa Fe Community College Film Program (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, Georgia)
Scottsdale Community College Film Program (Scottsdale, Arizona)
Seattle Film Institute (Seattle, Washington)
Shepherd Film Academy (Memphis, Tennessee)
SMU | Meadows School of the Arts- Division of Cinema Television (Dallas, Texas)
Southern Illinois University Carbondale Department of Cinema and Photography (Carbondale, Illinois)
State University of New York, Purchase College Film B.A. Film Program (Purchase, New York)
Syracuse University, Newhouse School of Public Communications (Syracuse, NY)
Temple University, Department of Film and Media Arts (Philadelphia, PA)
Theatre of Arts (Hollywood, California, USA)
Trident Technical College Program of Film, Media and Visual Arts (Charleston, SC)
University of Advancing Technology, Digital Video Department (Tempe, AZ)
University of Alabama, Telecommunication and Film Department (Tuscaloosa, AL)
University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ)
University of Central Arkansas (Conway, AR)
University of Central Florida, Film Program (Orlando, FL)
The University of Illinois - Chicago, Department of Electronic Media, Film, Photography (Chicago, Illinois)
University of Iowa Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature (Iowa City, IA)
University of Kansas Department of Theatre & Film (Lawrence, KS)
University of Memphis Film and Video Production Program (Memphis, Tennessee)
University of Miami, School of Communication, Motion Pictures Program (Miami, FL)
University of North Alabama (Florence, Alabama)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Broadcasting and Cinema Department (Greensboro, North Carolina)
University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Wilmington, North Carolina)
University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
University of Oklahoma, Film and Video Studies (Norman, Oklahoma)
University Of Pittsburgh Film Studies Department (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
University of Texas at Austin Department of Radio - Television - Film (Austin, TX)
University of Utah Film Division (Salt Lake City, UT)
University of Washington, Comparative Literature and Cinema Studies (Seattle, Washington)
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Peck School of the Arts (Milwaukee, WI)
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Department of Radio-Television-Film (Oshkosh, WI)
Utah Valley University - Digital Media Program (Orem, UT)
Valencia Community College Arts and Entertainment Program (Orlando, FL)
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Cinema Program (Richmond, VA)
Wake Forest University Documentary Film Program (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
Watkins College of Art&Design Film School (Nashville, TN)
Western Carolina University Motion Picture & Television Production Program (Cullowhee, North Carolina)
Worcester State College Communications Department in Film/Media (Worcester, MA)
Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking (Sedona, Arizona)

California

Academy of Art University (San Francisco, CA)
American Intercontinental University - Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)
American Film Institute Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)
Berkeley Digital Film Institute (Berkeley, California)
Brooks Institute (Santa Barbara, CA)
CalArts School of Film and Video (Valencia, CA)
California State University, Dominguez Hills Digital Media Arts Program (Carson, California)
California State University, Fullerton Department of Radio-TV-Film Department (Fullerton, CA)
California State University, Long Beach Film & Electronic Arts (Long Beach, CA)
California State University, Los Angeles Television/Film/and Media Studies (Los Angeles, CA)
California State University, Monterey Bay Teledramatic Arts and Technology Department (Monterey Bay, CA)
California State University Northridge Department of Cinema and Television Arts (Northridge, California)
Cinema Arts Tech (Los Angeles, CA)
Chapman University School of Film and Television (Orange, CA)
Columbia College Hollywood (Tarzana, CA)
Film Arts Foundation (San Francisco, CA)
Film Connection (Los Angeles, CA)
Hero Film School (Hollywood, CA)
The Hollywood Film and Acting Academy (Hollywood, CA)
Hollywood for Kids (Hollywood, CA)
Los Angeles City College Department of Cinema and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
Los Angeles Feature Film Academy (Los Angeles, CA)
Los Angeles Film School (Hollywood, CA)
Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
Mount St. Mary's College Film & Social Justice Program (Los Angeles, CA)
Musician's Institute Program of Film (Hollywood, CA)
New York Film Academy, Universal Studios (Hollywood, CA)
Orange Coast College Department of Film (Costa Mesa, CA)
Orange County High School of the Arts (Santa Ana, CA)
San Diego State University School of Communication (San Diego, CA)
San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking (San Francisco, CA)
San Francisco State University Cinema Department (San Francisco, CA)
San Jose State University Department of Television, Radio, Film, and Theatre (San Jose, CA)
Stanford University Graduate Program in Documentary Film & Video (Stanford, CA)
Steinlein Productions (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles Professional Programs in Screenwriting and Producing (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles School of Film, Theater, and Television (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Los Angeles Extension's Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts Department (Los Angeles, CA)
University of California, Riverside's Media and Cultural Studies Program (Riverside, CA)
University of California, San Diego Department of Visual Arts (San Diego, CA)
University of California, Santa Cruz Film and Digital Media Program (Santa Cruz,California)
University of Southern California School of Cinema Television (Los Angeles, CA)
University of Southern California School Summer Film School (Los Angeles, CA)
Video Symphony (Burbank, CA)
Vidiots Annex (Santa Monica, CA)

International

Academia Internacional de Cinema (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Academy of Arts, The Department of Drama (Novi Sad, Serbia)
Academy of Media Arts Cologne (Cologne, Germany)
Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts (Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)
Act Capetown International (Cape Town, South Africa)
afilm International Film Workshops (Sitges, Barcelona, Spain)
Anna Fiorentini Theatre and Film School (London, UK)
APA International Film Schools (Sydney, Australia)
Ariege Arts DV Filmmaking (Ariege-Pyrenees, France)
Arts University College at Bournemouth (Bournemouth, United Kingdom)
Asia Pacific Film Institute (Manila, Philippines)
Asian Academy Of Film & Television (Noida, India)
Australian Film, Television & Radio School (various locations, Australia)
Baltic Film and Media School (Tallinn, Estonia)
Bond University Centre for Film, Television & Screen-Based Media (Gold Coast, Australia)
Central Film School London (London, England)
Centre for Arts and Technology (Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada)
Centro (Mexico City, Mexico)
CICE - Escuela Profesional de Nuevas Technologias (Madrid, Spain)
CityVarsity School of Media & Creative Arts (Cape Town, Johannesburg, South Africa)
Columbia Academy - Video and Film Production (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Conservatoire Libre du Cin�ma Fran�ais CLCF (Paris, France)
CRAFT: Center For Research in Art of Film and Television (Delhi, India)
CRAFT (Costa Rica Art, Film & Television) Media Course (Tamarindo, Costa Rica)
Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
Digital Film Academy (Istanbul, Turkey)
Digital Academy: The Film School (Mumbai, India)
Digital Film Academy of Toronto (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Digital Film School (Dublin, Ireland)
Digital Film School (Mumbai, India)
Digital Studio College (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Dramatiska institutet University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre (Stockholm, Sweden)
Ecole des Arts Visuels de Marrakech (Marrakesh, Morocco)
Ecole Superieure Libre d'Etudes Cinematographiques (Paris, France)
Emily Carr Institute of Art, Design and Media (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
EICAR - The International Film School Of Paris (Paris, France)
Elstree Film School (Borehamwood, England)
ESCAC (Barcelona, Spain)
e Scape Movieworks Inc. (Vancouver, Canada)
Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema (Lisbon, Portugal)
Escuela Superior de Artes y Espectáculos TAI (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela de Cine y Television Septima Ars (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisi�n (San Antonio de los Baios, Cuba)
Escuela de Cinematograf�a y del Audiovisual de la Comunidad de Madrid (ECAM) (Madrid, Spain)
Escuela Superior de Dibujo Profesional (ESDIP) (Madrid, Spain)
ESEC (Paris, France)
Etobicoke School of the Arts (Toronto, Ontario,Canada)
European Film Actor School (EFAS) (Zurich, Switzerland)
The European Film College (Ebeltoft, Denmark)
Faculty of Dramatic Arts (Belgrade, Serbia)
FAMO - Film Academy of Miroslav Ondricek (Pisek, Czech Republic)
Femis (Ecole nationale superieure des metiers de l'image et du son) (Paris, France)
Filmakademie Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria)
Film Akademie (Baden-Wïrttemberg, Germany)
The Film School (Wellington, New Zealand)
Film and Television Institute of India, Pune (Pune, Maharashtra, India)
Film and Television Institute of Tamilnadu (Chennai, India)
Film and Television School Of The Academy Of Performing Arts In Prague (Prague, Czech Republic)
Film School Zlin (Zlin, Czech Republic)
The Film Workshops Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico)
Filmakademie Baden-W�rttemberg (Ludwigsburg, Germany)
Filmosofia (Granada, Spain)
Flash Frame Visuals Academy of Film & Television (Bangalore, India)
Florence International Film School (Florence, Italy)
Global Media Adventures Documentary Films Program (Samara, Costa Rica)
Griffith University Film School (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia)
Hamburg Media School (Hamburg, Germany)
Hochschule Film und Fernsehen (HFF) Konrad Wolf (Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany)
Hochschule Film und Fernsehen Munich (Munich, Germany)
Humber College - Film & Television Production (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Institut National Superieure des Arts du Spectacle (Brussels, Belgium)
Instituto Ruso Mexicano De Serguei Eisenstein (Mexico City, Mexico)
Instituto Superior Tecnologico de Cine y Actuación (Quito, Ecuador)
The International Film School Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
International Academy of Film and Television (Mactan Island, Cebu, Phillipines)
International Film College (Gold Coast, Australia)
International Film School Wales (Newport, Wales, UK)
Italian National School of Cinema (Rome, Italy)
The Icelandic Film School (Reykjavik, Iceland)
Kinema Escuela de Cine (Bilbao, Spain)
Krakowska Szkola Teatralna i Filmowa (Kraków, Poland)
Langara College Digital Film Production Program (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Langara College Film Arts Program for Actors, Writers and Directors (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Lillehammer University College Film School (Lillehammer, Norway)
London Film Academy (London, UK)
London Film School (London, UK)
London School of Film, Media and Performance (London, UK)
MadArts - Jaspal Bhatti Film School (Mohali, India)
Ma'aleh School of Television, Film and the Arts (Jerusalem, Israel)
Marilou Diaz-Abaya Film Institute and Arts Center (San Juan, Philippines)
Masterclass Ludwigsburg/Paris (Ludwigsburg, Germany and Paris, France)
Maurits Binger Filminstituut (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
The Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University (Montreal, Canada)
The Met Film School UK (London, UK)
Metropolis: Escuela de Cine y Arte Dramatico (Madrid, Spain)
Mimar Sinan University - Turkish Film and TV Institute (Istanbul, Turkey)
MoFORCE Training For Television and Film (Nairobi, Kenya)
Narafi Film School (Brussels, Belgium)
National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (Sofia, Bulgaria)
National College of Arts (Lahore, Pakistan)
National Film and Television School (Beaconsfield, UK)
National Film School of Denmark (Copenhagen, Denmark)
National Film School of Florence, Italy (Florence, Italy)
Nederlandse Film en Televisie Academie (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Neptune Institute of Film and Television (Delhi, India)
New Media Technology College (Dublin, Ireland)
New Renaissance Florence (Florence, Italy)
New Zealand Film Academy (Auckland, New Zealand)
Noroff Instituttet (Oslo, Norway)
Northern Film School, Leeds Metropolitan University (Leeds, UK)
Norges Kreative Fagskole, Department of Film (Oslo, Norway)
NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia (Singapore)
Pacific Audio Visual Institute (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
Pacific Film & New Media Academy (Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada)
Participate Film Academy (Sydney, Australia)
Prague Film School (Prague, Czech Republic)
Queen's University Department of Film Studies (Kingston, Canada)
Queensland School of Film and Television (Queensland, Australia)
Red Deer College Department of Motion Picture Arts (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada)
The Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts (Aqaba, Jordan)
Reel Edge Film Academy (Johannesburg, South Africa)
The All-Russian State University of Cinematography (Moscow, Russia)
Ryerson Polytechnic - Image Arts, Film, Photography, New Media (Toronto, Canada)
SAE Institute, Byron Bay - World Headquarters (Byron Bay, Australia)
SAE Institute Cape Town (Cape Town, South Africa)
SAE Institute London (London, UK)
St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Sam Spiegel Film and Television School (Jerusalem, Israel)
Sarajevo Film Academy (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)
School of Media Arts and Imaging, Time Based Art and Digital Film (Dundee, Scotland, UK)
School of Media Technology (Singapore)
Screen Academy Scotland at Napier University (Dundee, Scotland, UK)
Scuola di Cinema Pigrecoemme (Naples, Italy)
Screenwise (Surry Hills, Australia)
Septima Ars School of Cinema and TV (Madrid, Spain)
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) (Karachi Pakistan)
Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning, School of Animation,Arts & Design (Oakville, Ontario, Canada)
The South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance (Capetown and Johannesburg, South Africa)
Staffordshire University Department of Media and Entertainment Technology (Staffordshire, UK)
Stavrakos Academy (Athens, Greece)
The South African School of Motion Picture Medium & Live Performance (Johannesburg and Capetown, South Africa)
Southseas Film School (Auckland, New Zealand)
South Thames College Film School (London, UK)
Straight Curve Film School (Beckenham, UK)
Summer School in Filmmaking at Melbourne University (Melbourne, Australia)
Swinburne School of Film and Television (Prahran, Melbourne, Australia)
Sydney Film School (Sydney, Australia)
Toronto Film College (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Toronto Film School (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
UK National Film & Television School (Beaconsfield, UK)
Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts (Auckland, New Zealand)
Universidad de la Sabana (Bogot�, Colombia)
Universidad del Cine (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Universidad Manuela Beltran (Bogot�, Colombia)
Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogota, Colombia)
Universidade Lusofona (Lisbon, Portugal)
Universitatea Hyperion (Bucharest, Romania)
Universitatea Media (Bucharest, Romania)
Universitatea Nationala De Arta Teatrala Si Cinematografica (Bucharest, Romania)
University College Dublin Centre for Film Studies (Dublin, Ireland)
University of Applied Sciences: Audiovisual Media/Cinematography (Berlin, Germany)
University of Art and Design Helsinki, Department of Film and Television (Helsinki, Finland)
University of British Columbia, Continuing Studies, Entertainment Administration (Vancouver, Canada)
University of the Arts London, London College of Communication (London, UK)
University of Hyderabad Department of Communication (Hyderabad, India)
University of the Philippines Film Institute (UPFI) (Quezon City, Philippines)
University of Westminster Film School, Harrow Campus (London, UK)
University of Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Vancouver Film School (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
Victoria IndieCine Ltd. (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne, Australia)
Warsaw Film School (Warsaw, Poland)
WA Screen Academy (Perth, Western Australia)
Westbridge Film School (Mexico City, Mexico)
Whistling Woods International Institute for Film, Television, Animation & Media Arts (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)
York University, Department of Film (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)





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Film budgeting refers to managing the budget for a film during its production phase. During script development, a rough budget is produced by filmmakers in order to convince film producers and film studios to give them a greenlight for production. During pre-production, a much more detailed film budget is produced. This document, which could be over 150 pages long, is used to secure financing for the film. Multiple drafts of the budget may be required to whittle down costs. A budget is typically divided into four sections: above-the-line (creative talent), below-the-line (direct production costs), post-production (editing, visual effects, etc), and other (insurance, completion bond, etc).
  • Story rights: The right to produce a film based on a play, novel, video game or as a remake or sequel can cost anything from a couple of thousand (Leaving Las Vegas) to over $10 million (the video game Halo). An original screenplay by a Writers Guild of America member costs from a minimum of around $50,000 (Quentin Tarantino's True Romance) to $5 million (M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable).
  • Screenplay: An A-list screenwriter can be paid $1 million to write the first three drafts of a script, with a further $1 to $2 million sole credit bonus. Once the story has been agreed upon and the script locked, script doctors may be brought upon to revise the final draft at $100,000 to $200,000 a week. Recently, Columbia Pictures have been offering the best screenwriters 2 percent of the gross profits (after the production and marketing budget has been deducted). Typically the development of a script consumes 5 percent of a film's budget.
  • Producers: Film producers and executive producers are often well-paid, with a top producer earning a seven-figure salary upfront as well as bonuses and a share of the profits. (Often a producer will be given 40 percent of the net profits). For Spider-Man, producer Laura Ziskin is estimated to have been paid over $30 million.
  • Director: The DGA minimum is about $14,000 a week, for a minimum of ten weeks' work. An A-list director can command $5 to $10 million a film. Traditionally, a director's salary is about 7 percent of the final budget.
  • Cast: An A-list actor can ask for anything from $10 million to $30 million, plus $3 million in perks (trailer, entourage, etc.) and 10-20 percent of the gross profits. The rest of the cast, by comparison, can often come out much worse with many being paid the Screen Actors Guild minimum (as low as $100/day on an Ultra-Low Budget film). Sometimes an actor will accept a minimal fee in exchange for a more lucrative share of the profits; Bruce Willis is estimated to have made $100 million from The Sixth Sense. Union extras are paid around $130 per day (plus extra for overtime or if they provide their own wardrobe) but on a low-budget film non-union extras are paid less, sometimes nothing at all.
  • Production costs: The cost of actually shooting the film including sets, wardrobe, location filming, hotels and transportation. The most prestigious productions will often employ the most successful, and therefore most expensive, crew, with the director of photography usually the highest paid at about $500,000 to $1 million. Shooting costs could easily amount to $500,000 a day for 100 days.
  • Visual effects: Employing a hundred employees of Industrial Light and Magic for over a year can turn a big-budget film into a mega-budget film. Computer-generated imagery (CGI) work in post-production can be expensive; such work on The Hulk is estimated to have cost $100 million.
  • Music: The top film composers can ask for a seven-figure salary to compose an hour or so of original music. An original song by Christina Aguilera (Shark Tale) or Kanye West (Mission: Impossible III) could cost $1 million, and the right to use a song by David Bowie or The Beatles could cost $300,000. (In addition, the artist may wish to see a screening of the film to see if it meets their approval; Bowie did so with the film Training Day, giving the film a good amount of pre-release publicity.). More recently, the rights to have Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" on the film Lords of Dogtown cost producers $3 million. Sometimes a film will turn to unknown or little-known artists willing to sell the rights to their song for a small fee in exchange for the publicity. Typically, the music budget of a major motion picture is about 8 percent of the final total; Spider-Man's music budget was $4.5 million, including a brand-new song by Chad Kroeger.


Film Budget Terms Glossary

[edit] Tactics for cutting costs

  • Eliminate night scenes. Shooting at night requires powerful/expensive lighting and the payment of nighttime rates to the crew. Broken Arrow cut costs by millions of dollars by getting rid of the night scenes from the script. Many directors choose to use the 'day for night' technique.
  • Avoid location filming in famous or commercial areas. Shooting a scene on, for example, the Golden Gate Bridge, requires stopping traffic with a resultant drop in revenue to the city of San Francisco. Filming such a scene for Interview with the Vampire cost Warner Bros. $500,000. Shifting the location to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge for close-ups could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in location fees. Some locations are more willing to allow filming than others - commercial enterprises such as hotels and nightclubs. Some producers of low-budget features avoid paying location fees and seek to capture shots by subterfuge.
  • Film action scenes early on Sunday morning. Stopping traffic for a car chase scene is easier in the early hours of Sunday morning, when traffic is at its lightest.
  • Use unknown cast members rather than stars.
  • Ask above-the-line talent to defer their salaries. In exchange for dropping their large upfront salaries, actors, directors and producers can receive a large share of the film's gross profits. This has the disadvantage of cutting the financier's eventual takings. It has the further disadvantage of ambiguity. ''gross profits is customarily defined as the profits remaining after production and distribution expenses are subtracted from revenues. Disagreements over accounting methods can lead to audits and even litigation, as recently happened between Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema over dividing up the profits from the hugely-successful Lord of the Rings film trilogy, which grossed over 2 billion USD.
  • Use a non-union crew. Not an option for studios that have signed contracts with the unions—the Directors Guild of America (DGA), Writers Guild of America (WGA), and Screen Actors Guild (SAG). Using an inexperienced crew has its own disadvantages, though.
  • Film in another region. For example, many Hollywood movies set in U.S. cities are shot in Canada. These "runaway productions" enjoy lower labour costs, subject to fluctuating exchange rates. As well, they take advantage of federal and provincial subsidies designed to grow and sustain the film and television industries in the area. Many U.S. states have responded with tax incentives of their own. The Czech Republic, Australia, and New Zealand are other countries in which Hollywood movies are often filmed.

[edit] The budget as an advertising tool

For blockbuster movies, high budgets are advertised to imply that the film will be worth watching. On the other hand, El Mariachi was advertised as having a shoestring budget of $7,000. El Mariachi's actual budget including the distribution costs far exceeded $7,000. The festival print of El Mariachi was in fact made for $7,000. The additional budget expenditures came when the movie was picked up for distribution by a studio.

[edit] Going over budget

In the US film production system, producers are not allowed to exceed the initial budget. Exceptions have of course been made, one of the most notable examples being Titanic. Director James Cameron ran aground with the budget and offered his fee back to the studio. In other countries, producers who exceed their budget tend to eat the cost by receiving less of their producer's fees. While the US system is profitable and can afford to go over budget, other countries' film industries tend to be financed through government subsidies.

[edit] Examples

Though movie studios are reluctant to release the precise details of their movies' budgets, it has occasionally been possible to obtain (clandestinely) details of the cost of films breaks down. For an example of a budget for a $2 million independent feature, see Planning the Low-Budget Film by Robert Latham Brown (ISBN 0-9768178-0-2).

[edit] Unbreakable

  • Story rights and Screenplay: $.1 million
  • Producers: Rs.2 crores
  • Director (M. Night Shyamalan): Rs.2.6 crores
  • Cast: Rs.10 crores
    • Bruce Willis: Rs.25 crores
    • Samuel L. Jackson: Rs.7 crores
    • Robin Wright Penn: Rs.2.6 crores
    • Rest of cast: Rs.1.5 crores
  • Production costs: Rs.10.2 crores
  • Visual effects: Rs.1 crores
  • Music: Rs.2.5 crores

Total: Rs.73 crores[1]

[edit] Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life

  • Story rights and screenplay: $4 million
  • Producers: $4 million
  • Director (Jan de Bont): $5 million
  • Cast: $17.25 million
    • Angelina Jolie: $12 million
    • Extras: $250,000
    • Other (inc. Angelina's perks): $5 million
  • Production costs: $67 million
    • Set design and construction: $17.8 million
  • Visual Effects: $13 million
  • Music: $3.3 million
  • Editing: $3 million
  • Post Production costs: $1.5 million

Total: $118 million[2]

[edit] Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

  • Story rights (Carolco and Gale Anne Hurd): $14.5 million
  • Screenplay: $5.2 million
    • John D. Brancato & Michael Ferris: $1 million
  • Director (Jonathan Mostow): $5 million
  • Producers: $10 million
  • Cast: $35 million
    • Arnold Schwarzenegger: $29.25 million + 20% gross profits
    • Arnold's perks: $1.5 million
    • Rest of principal cast: $3.85 million
    • Extras: $450,000
  • Production costs: $58 million
  • Post-production costs: $4 million
  • Visual effects: $20 million
  • Music: $2 million
  • Other costs: $33.6 million

Total: $187.3 million[3]

[edit] Spider-Man 2

  • Story rights: $20 million
  • Screenplay: $10 million
  • Producers: $15 million
  • Director (Sam Raimi): $10 million
  • Cast: $30 million
    • Tobey Maguire: $17 million
    • Kirsten Dunst: $7 million
    • Alfred Molina: $3 million
    • Rest of cast: $3 million
  • Production costs: $45 million
  • Visual effects: $65 million
  • Music: $5 million
    • Composer (Danny Elfman): $2 million.

Total: $200 million[4


 source : wikipedia.org





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