School of Digital Filmmaking
This is a school for storytellers. We are looking for passionate people who have a significant message to tell. If you love films and if you want to have a part in producing meaningful, relevant films for this generation, then this school is for you! The University of the Nations film program has launched dozens of its students into film and television industry careers.
Intensive training in today’s digital film technologies
The School of Digital Filmmaking provides intensive training in topics such as directing, producing, camera operation, lighting, sound, non-linear editing, working with actors, and other technical aspects of filmmaking, as well as a comprehensive view of the film industry.
Through practical assignments, students receive a broad view of the world of television, film, and professional video production. Industry professionals teach and supervise students in hands-on exercises. Students write, shoot, and edit the projects using professional equipment provided by the university.
The school emphasizes excellence, relevance, and effective communication in narrative storytelling. It also explores integrity issues and the challenges this media presents. The school gives special consideration to the personal character development and spiritual growth of each filmmaker.
In only three months, our students produce and direct their own short film and assist on at least three other productions in sound, camera, art, etc.
Lecture Phase: April 5, 2018 - June 27, 2018
24 Frames Internship (optional): 3 months following lecture phase
- campus housing
- meal plan
- professional equipment access
- professional guest speakers
- digital reel copy
- campus facilities
*Additional tuition required for 24 Frames Internship