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The National Film School, launched in 1935 as the Experimental Cinematography Centre, is the oldest school of cinema in the world. Specializing in teaching cinematographic and audiovisual art and technique, the legendary institution also houses Italy’s National Film Archive.
Famu, Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague, Czech Republic
The fifth-oldest film school in the world, Famu is divided into 11 branches of study, from directing fiction to scriptwriting to its interdisciplinary Center of Audiovisual Studies. A highlight of the school is its Famu Studio, providing complete professional facilities from HDV, digital Betacam and HDTV to 16mm and 35mm facilities for students’ work.
Fundacion Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Students at the school produce some 150 short and feature films every year, many of which go on to receive national and international acclaim. International industry players such as Spike Lee…
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