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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

Annual Lists

U.S. Southeast

University of Central Florida School of Visual Arts and Design (Orlando, FL) – Magical Animation Training

The Emerging Media programs at UCF’s School of Visual Arts and Design blend art, storytelling, and technology. BFAs are available in Character Animation, Experimental Animation, and Graphic Design. The graduate program features Animation and Visual Effects and Studio Art and the Computer.

Students are trained in 3D, motion capture, traditional 2D, and stop motion techniques.

There’s access to the simulation and training industry next to the campus in the Central Florida Research Park. It’s the base of companies like Rockwell Collins, Lockheed Martin, and Universal Creative.

Associate Professor Cheryl Briggs says, “The UCF Animation programs are cutting edge due to, not only their state-of-the-art technology but also their proximity to interdisciplinary fields. The advantage of having two program locations, Research Park and UCF main campus, allows students to connect with industry partners and collaborate with companies outside the art field.”

“For example, students from the Experimental Animation program are working with 3D printed prosthetic company, Limbitless Solutions, to create animation and games to train children to better utilize their prosthetic limb.”

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University of Miami (Miami, FL) – All-Encompassing Production Training

Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, GA) – Top-Notch Equipment and Facilities

Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, LA) – Top-Notch Equipment and Facilities

Florida State University (Tallahassee, FL) – Internships and Other Opportunities

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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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