Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica Mexico City Established in 1975, Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica (CCC) serves as a public federal film school, focusing on and promoting strong personal viewpoints within the context of filmmaking.
All of the school’s professors are working film industry professionals who also serve as mentors.
She is also a key figure in the introduction of VR and AR as minors into Chapman’s curriculum.
“We’re very happy to be at the forefront of this technology within the film school,” she says.
Classes are offered in directing, writing, creative producing, screenplay analysis, cinematography, set management, film history and genre studies, among others.
Camille Benda California Institute of the Arts, Valencia“We think of our costume designers as storytellers,” says Camille Benda, a veteran costume designer and a member of the faculty in the costume design program in the Cal Arts School of Theater.
With four professional studios at its disposal, the academy utilizes state-of-the-art equipment, and gives each student an overall education in production, creation, teaching, research and global film history.
Belmont University Nashville With a faculty comprising industry professionals, the Belmont motion pictures department strives to give each student a full-bodied approach to filmmaking and storytelling.
Madeline Warren Associate Professor, Chapman University, Dodge College of Film & Media Arts, Orange Veteran motion picture executive and producer Madeline Warren has a direct role in helping to shape the curriculum for both producing and screenwriting students at Chapman College.
The artistic faculty associate professor provides freshman creative producers with first-hand experience in the key roles on a film through her filmmaking fundamentals class, while in her senior thesis and thesis development course, she serves as a mentor to guide scripts through the phases of development and creative change.