Sites offering film education resources.
Research team based at Concordia University in Montreal. Offers resources and video lectures about the history and epistemology of film and moving image studies. Also includes an annotated bibliography.
Motivational speaker on the topic of filmmaking. Seminar details, resume, testimonials, and contact information.
Crash course in making and marketing a low-budget feature film. Overview, information about the teacher, and upcoming class schedule.
Media centre as well as film and video workshop based in outhampton and Hampshire, United Kingdom.
Offers film production and video production training. Profile, courses and training locations. London, UK.
Exists to further the use of film in teaching and research, to disseminate information about film and film use, to work for an effective system of film preservation, and to organize periodic conferences and seminars dealing with film.
Graphic explanation of the projection system that makes watching a movie at a theater possible. By Jeff Tyson.
Offers consulting and seminars originally developed from graduate courses on psychology and film. Background information, staff, services, news, and upcoming events.
Resources for potential movie and TV extras and actors. Join the Film Extras Coalition for casting tips.
Offers a 12-month part-time course during which students make a feature-length film while learning about the process. Overview, enrollment information, graduate profiles, and resources. Sydney, Australia.
Three-day course covering aspects of storytelling. Background information, syllabus, seminar dates, famous graduates, registration information, and discussion forum.
Links to film education, resources, production companies, newsgroups and chat rooms.
Promotes the scholarly study of film, television, and video.
Resources for aspiring film makers.
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