With over 18 years of successfully providing a window into the world of filmmaking the International Film Institute of New York continues to inspire and support individuals on their journey toward either higher education in film or a foundation to building a career in the industry in a conservatory setting focused on storytelling.
The Professional Program in Producing is modeled after the UCLA M.F.A. Producers Program and provides an intensive overview of the contemporary film, TV and digital media landscape, up-to-the-minute industry insight, and the tools needed to navigate the studio and independent marketplace.
Small seminar-style lectures and Q&A sessions provide ample opportunity to network with like-minded, ambitious individuals with varied professional backgrounds. Many students have formed business...
Summer Program classes are taught by leading industry professionals during two separate six-week sessions. Spend time on our state of-the-art campus taking classes focused on feature filmmaking, editing, animation, writing, computer graphics, interactive game design, and the business of the industry, among many others. Besides having access to the School's unparalleled facilities and equipment, Summer Program students will have many unique opportunities. Several classes take place on major...
We offer a full selection of classes and programs in all aspects of film and video production, designed to fit your education needs and your schedule.
Our popular Weekend Video Production Program and Evening Program are perfect if you work or go to school. These hands-on programs teach you how to write, produce and edit a complete video project. Sessions begin monthly.
Interested in working 1-on-1 with one of our instructors? Try MyFilmtech for tailor-made classes - learn exactly what you...
Summer Programs, 1 Year Conservatory
Cinematography, Directing, Film & Television Production, Producing, Screenwriting
The curriculum for the Summer Filmmakers Workshop for High School Students, offered through the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, is similar to that of the undergraduate degree program. It combines intensive professional training with a comprehensive understanding of the techniques and theories behind the art of film and video production. Prior experience in film or video is not required.
The only graduate-level non-degree screenwriting program that has oversight by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Learn from renowned UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television MFA Screenwriting Program faculty and receive:
A world-class screenwriting education in three quarters
An intimate classroom environment with a maximum of 10 students per workshop
Guidance from initial story concept through working with agents
Upon successfully finishing the program, students...
Students in this program focus on workshopping their teleplays and the goal is for each student to complete one spec script of an existing television show and two original pilot scripts by the end of the course. Upon finishing the program, students receive a certificate of completion from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
The UCLA Professional Program in Writing for Television was created to bring a greater number of promising writers to UCLA. This is the perfect way to get a...
Take one class- or take many! Tailor your education.
Summer Programs, Short Term Courses
Acting, Cinematography, Directing, Documentary Filmmaking, Dramatic Writing, Editing, Film & Television Production, News and Documentary, Producing, Production Design, Sound Design, Writing for Screen & Television, Screenwriting, Film Studies, Digital Arts, Cinema Visual Effects, Sound
Classes range from $55 (or less) for a seminar, to $745 for 10 week courses.
Ongoing applications, due 2 weeks prior to class start date.
It was recently announced there's an NBC Emerging Voices Scholarship that gives up to 4 diverse students the chance to attend the school for free.
There's also opportunity to be a teacher's assistant and earn around $13 per hour that's directly reduced from your tuition.
practical hands-on learning
students' final films are shown in movie theater open to the public
each student directs 12 short films,1 feature-length film, and works on 36 more
students participate in film directing, screenwriting, digital camera technique, lighting, digital editing, producing
each student directs his/her own film, and crews on his/her classmates’ films. Perform key crew positions on your classmates' films including: assistant director, and assistant camera...
1 Year Conservatory, Summer Programs, Short Term Courses
Directing, Documentary Filmmaking, Film & Television Production