The November IFASA meeting will be held this Monday, November 2, at 6:00 PM at The Art Institute of Tucson, 5099 E. Grant Rd. (between Swan and Craycroft on the north side of Grant). The meeting will consist of a tour of The Art Institute and a presentation on what the school has to offer aspiring filmmakers. Come and find out everything the Art Institute has to offer. It will be a very interesting and informative meeting. Everyone is welcome.
(I apologize for the late notice. Please help spread the word to yor fellow filmmakers.)
Students interested in filmmaking school can pursue a Digital Filmmaking & Video Production degree at The Art Institute of Tucson. The filmmaking school is taught by professional faculty members, some with industry experience. This program, though the filmmaking school, teaches students a range of skills necessary for film production. Filmmaking school attracts individuals who can combine creative, technical, and managerial skills. The filmmaking school program also teaches students video production. Filmmaking school students are taught in the traditional filmmaking areas including cinematography, directing, producing, editing, screenwriting, and sound. While in filmmaking school, students learn hands on, using industry-related technology and equipment. Graduates of this program in filmmaking school are prepared to seek entry-level jobs like video editor, scriptwriter, and assistant director.
See http://www.artinstitutes.edu/tucson/ for more information.
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