International Film Institute of New York

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It appears to be a non-degree school with just summer and 5 week programs.


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What was your experience like as a student at the The International Film Institute of New York? Please share
I am a mom of a 16 year old who went to this program in the summer of 2015. My son had a really great learning experience. The staff were extremely knowledgeable and experienced in the field and were very caring and attentive to the students. The International Film Institute of New York staff were really stellar. I'd highly recommend this program.

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