Film Schools

EDITION 2022

ECAM (Spain)

Sombra do Mar (Sergio Pereda)

The School of Cinematography and Audiovisual (ECAM) is a film school located in the city of Madrid. It was created in 1994 and constituted as a non-profit cultural foundation commanded by the Community of Madrid. It is one of the main institutions of the Spanish cinematographic activity.

It offers graduate, postgraduate and other courses in all disciplines of film and TV. In 2020 it was included by The Hollywood Reporter in its list The Top 15 International Film Schools, distinguishing it as one of the fifteen most important non-American film schools in the world. In 2019 and 2020, ECAM teachers and alumni won twelve Goya Awards, the most relevant award in Spanish cinema.

FILMAKADEMIE (Germany)

Luz (Jasmin Lord)

Since it was founded in 1991, the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg has become one of the world’s leading film academies. The project-oriented “learning by doing” concept has greatly contributed to this. The students are taught by highly-qualified experts from the film and media industries.

LONDON FILM SCHOOL (Great Britain)

Dancing with Dharma (Sukanya Jhala)

Odh Gohri (Rochna Kumar)

For over 60 years London Film School (LFS) has been the place for emerging creative talent to hone their craft, find their voice and engage directly with the vibrant UK screen industries. With a student cohort from every corner of the globe, LFS has always been a cultural hub where fresh voices, experiences and perspectives rub shoulders with tradition and history. The story of film has played out here at Shelton Street – the pull of celluloid, alongside the push of the new and the emergence of a digital world. Here, we take both seriously to celebrate a tradition of innovation.

HIGHER SCHOOL OF CINEMA ARKA (Russia)

Fortune (Anatoly Tarabrin)

In 2017, the Higher School of Cinema “Arka”, in collaboration with the Higher School of Economy and the main film companies in the country, presented for the first time training and retraining programs for specialists in the field of cinematography and content production audiovisuals:
Filmmaking, content production for Internet and cinematographic reality.
Creative and general production.
Script and editing.
Performance and career strategy.
Film and television direction.

SRFTI (India)

EDITION 2021

Saint Petersburg School of New Cinema

Toxic (Valeri Baklanov) Russia

FAMU

Kanya (Apoorva Satish) India

Moscow Film School

My Brother Artyom (Roman Trofimov) Russia

Film School of Alexander Mitta

Here Lived and Worked… (Aleksey Krasnotcvetov) Russia

VGIK

How Dad Nicked the Snow for Mom (Sasha Karmaeva) Russia

Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute

Farzandi (Akshay Gouri) India

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