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The 40 Best Film Schools In The U.S. and Canada 2019

The 40 Best Film Schools In The U.S. and Canada 2019

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Rhode Island School of Design (Providence, RI) – Magical Animation Training

How about attending one of the oldest art schools in the U.S.? We’re talking 1877 to be precise. Almost 2,500 U.S. and international students are doing just that at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Its BFA in Film/Animation/ Video offers courses in drawing, spatial dynamics and time, light and sound.

Majors are encouraged to make all sorts of films, be they documentary, narrative, experimental, or animated, using traditional and cutting-edge methods.

The school is proud of its facilities which include “production studios for film, video, 16mm, 35mm, and puppet animation; digital editing and sound mixing rooms; and CGI workstations with a full range of professional production and editing software.”

Alumnus Gus Van Sant is proof that this school produces uncommon voices and visionaries.

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  1. Tom Peterson says:

    Surprisingly, the Olympic College Film School (Bremerton, WA), a comprehensive accredited program with two and four-year options, with an outstanding faculty, new facilities designed just for the film school, new technology with a focus on Digital Filmmaking, access to Seattle-based companies, and the lowest four-year tuition around (less than $35,000) was missed.

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