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1 FILMMAKING: TUITION: $18,000* (USD)/Semester / 13,747 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA Jul 5, 2012, Sep 13, 2012, Oct 11, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Mar 1, 2013, Jul 11, 2013, Sep 12, 2013, Oct 10, 2013 Jul 5, 2012, Sep 13, 2012, Oct 11, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Mar 1, 2013, Jul 11, 2013, Sep 12, 2013, Oct 10, 2013 Learn the art and technique of visual storytelling including directing, cinematography, editing, and post-production sound design. Learn the fundamentals of digital video production and digital editing. Survey of the documentary format with focus on styles, techniques and elements of storytelling. Fundamental training in acting craft and directing actors. Immersion in screenwriting craft.

2 CONSERVATORY ACTING FOR FILM: TUITION: New York City: Tuition: $15,000* (USD) Per Semester, Universal Studios Hollywood $15,000* (USD) Per Semester LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate Jul 5, 2012, Sep 12, 2012, Oct 10, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Mar 6, 2013, Jul 10, 2013, Sep 11, 2013, Oct 9, 2013 Jul 5, 2012, Sep 12, 2012, Oct 10, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Mar 6, 2013, Jul 10, 2013, Sep 11, 2013, Oct 9, 2013 Explore and learn the principles of acting technique. Learn the vocabulary of filmmaking for actors. Become familiarized with the logistics of performance on a film set. Recognize the differences between film acting and stage performance. Understand how to break down a scene and analyze a character.

3 BROADCAST JOURNALISM: TUITION: $17,000* (USD)/Semester / 12,983 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: New York, USA Sep 12, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Sep 11, 2013 Through study and hands-on practice, students are trained in the fundamental principles, techniques, and craft of contemporary journalism. This is accomplished through a combination of lecture, demonstration, in-class handson production, and the students own work. Each student produces a series of prerecorded news projects, shot both single and multi-camera and edited on Final-Cut Pro. CLASSES BROADCAST JOURNALISM HANDS - ON CAMERA & LIGHTING HANDS - ON AUDIO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP EDITING

4 PHOTOGRAPHY INTENSIVE PROGRAM: FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment & Lab Fee: $1000(USD) Student will also incur additional expenses, this varies depending on how much of their work they choose to print and the scale of their project. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, Portfolio LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA Jul 5, 2012, Sep 12, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Jul 10, 2013, Sep 11, 2013 Jul 5, 2012, Sep 5, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Jul 10, 2013, Sep 11, 2013 Refine lighting skills that can be applied under controlled and any real-world conditions using a comprehensive array of tools. Acquire working expertise with video features of the Canon 5D Mark II D-SLR camera. Learn motion picture storytelling techniques, including writing, directing, producing, cinematography, and non-linear editing. Become familiar with commercial business practices, ethics, contract, and legal issues. Become familiar with medium-format systems. Develop expert digital imaging skills using Adobe Photoshop. Examine the history of photography and photo technology from the arrival of handheld 35mm cameras through today. Expand and refine aesthetic sensibilities in composition, color, design and lighting.

5 Cinematography Program: FEES PER SEMESTER:$18,000* (USD)/Semester, 12,394 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, Portfolio LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA Learn foundation aesthetics of photography and cinematography. Learn the fundamentals of 16mm & 35mm film production. Explore the benefits and limitations of 16mm & 35mm film production. Learn the fundamentals of interior and exterior lighting for 16mm & 35mm film. Expand the aesthetic and creative application of cinematography skills. Develop understanding of the Cinematographer and Director collaboration.

6 DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING: TUITION: $17,000* (USD)/Semester / 12,983 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA Sep 13, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Sep 12, 2013 Sep 13, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Sep 12, 2013 Learn the basics of visual non-fiction storytelling. Train in the underlying skills necessary for documentary production: producing, research, story development, interviewing, writing, cinematography, sound recording and editing. Learn the fundamentals of digital video shooting, sound recording and editing. Study the history and stylistic range of the documentary genre with a focus on film language, techniques, aesthetics, structure and other elements of cinematic storytelling.

7 PRODUCING FOR FILM & TV: FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment Fee: $1000(USD) Students will also incur additional expenses on their own productions. This varies depending on how much film they shoot and scale of the projects. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA - In collaborative groups, students develop, prep, shoot and edit a short film and a reality television project. - Breakdown, budget and schedule a film from scratch. - Each student develops and produces his or her own short film. - Each student collaborates on multiple short films. - Each student develops a feature length narrative film, feature length documentary or television project.

8 3D ANIMATION: FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000(USD) + Equipment Fee: $2000(USD) YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: New York, USA ANIMATION GOALS Visual Development Writing and Storyboarding 3D Modeling Texturing Rigging Animation Lighting Rendering

9 SCREENWRITING: TUITION: $13,500 (USD)/Semester / 10,310 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma/Certificate LOCATION: New York, Los Angeles, USA - WGA format and copyright law. - In depth study of classic screenplay structure, character arcs, theme, conflict, flashbacks, voiceover, subtext, style, tone, visualization, discipline, and genre. - Critical concepts in film history. - Theory and practice of acting to understand good dialogue and appropriate behavior.

10 MASTER OF FINE ARTS IN FILMMAKING: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment Fee: $2000(USD) Students will also incur additional expenses on their own productions. This varies depending on how much film they shoot and scale of the projects. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Sep 13, 2012, Oct 11, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Sep 12, 2013, Oct 10, 2013 Learn the art and technique of visual storytelling including directing, cinematography, editing, and postproduction sound design. Learn the fundamentals of digital video production and digital editing. Fundamental training in acting craft and directing actors. Immersion in screenwriting craft. Fundamental training in acting craft and directing actors. Immersion in screenwriting craft.

11 MASTER OF FINE ARTS - ACTING FOR FILM: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 TUITION: $15,000 (USD)/Semester / 11,456 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Sep 12, 2012, Oct 10, 2012, Jan 9, 2013, Sep 11, 2013, Oct 9, 2013 Explore and learn the principles of acting technique. Learn the vocabulary of filmmaking for actors. Become familiarized with the logistics of performance on a film set. Recognize the differences between film acting and stage performance. Understand how to break down a scene and analyze a character.

12 MASTER OF FINE ARTS IN PRODUCING: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment Fee: $1000(USD) Students will also incur additional expenses on their own productions. This varies depending on how much film they shoot and scale of the projects. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Learning Goals Introduction of the roles, tasks, and obstacles faced by film and television producers: optioning, developing material, film festivals, networks and ratings, pilot season, studio distribution and marketing, independent film financing, and pitching. Gain understanding of the entire physical process of pre-production: scouting, securing locations, permits, casting, budgets, scheduling. Master the concepts of storytelling: elements, conventions, structure, style, forms. Understand basic principles of Entertainment Law. Understand filmmaking from the perspective of the director and screenwriter.

13 MASTER OF FINE ARTS IN SCREENWRITING: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 TUITION: $13,500 (USD)/Semester / 10,310 (EURO)/Semester YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Fundamentals of film directing. Standard conventions of TV half-hour and original pilot writing Fundamentals of acting. Genre and storytelling conventions and influences. Script revision. In-depth study and practice of the pitch.

14 MASTER OF FINE IN PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment & Lab Fee: $1000(USD) Student will also incur additional expenses, this varies depending on how much of their work they choose to print and the scale of their project. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, Portfolio LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Sep 12, 2012, Jan 11, 2013, Sep 11, 2013 Refine lighting skills that can be applied under controlled and any real-world conditions using a comprehensive array of tools. Acquire working expertise with video features of the Canon 5D Mark II D-SLR camera. Learn motion picture storytelling techniques, including writing, directing, producing, cinematography, and non-linear editing. Become familiar with commercial business practices, ethics, contract, and legal issues. Become familiar with medium-format systems. Develop expert digital imaging skills using Adobe Photoshop. Examine the history of photography and photo technology from the arrival of handheld 35mm cameras through today. Expand and refine aesthetic sensibilities in composition, color, design and lighting.

15 MASTER OF FINE IN DOCUMENTARY: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $17,000 (USD) + Equipment Fee: $1000(USD) Students will also incur additional expenses on their own productions. This varies depending on how much film they shoot and scale of the projects. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year Sep 13, 2012, Jan 10, 2013, Sep 12, 2013 : Art, aesthetics, and technique of non-fiction filmmaking including directing, 16mm cinematography, editing Fundamentalsofdigital video production and digital editing Fundamentals of story Fundamental training in production Fundamentals of the New Media landscape

16 MASTER OF FINE ARTS IN CINEMATOGRAPHY: PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree, IELTS: 5.5, TOEFL: 68 FEES PER SEMESTER: Tuition: $18,000 (USD) + Equipment Fee: $2000(USD) Students will also incur additional expenses on their own productions. This varies depending on how much film they shoot and scale of the projects. YOU GRADUATE WITH: Diploma, DVD Film Reel LOCATION: Los Angeles, USA PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 Year - Knowledge of greenscreen, compositing and advanced color correction techniques. - The ability to effectively collaborate with Directors of all experience levels. - Strong knowledge of location and soundstage lighting techniques. - Working knowledge of specialty lenses and filters. - Greater knowledge of documentary and reality cinematography practices. - A competitive portfolio reel of material. - Completion of one of two elective classes.

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