International Academy of Film and Television

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The International Academy of Film and Television

Learn Filmmaking

The International Academy of Film and Television, teaches about filmmaking. Their hands-on approach to training offers students a real advantage over other schools. Whether your passion is acting, screenwriting, directing, shooting, producing or editing… When you leave IAFT, you will have the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the television or film industry.

In the International Academy of Film and Television filmmaking program, their industry-experienced mentors help guide students through the filmmaking process as they learn how to write, shoot, direct, produce, and edit their own films.

IAFT’s Acting program teaches students everything from the fundamentals to advanced techniques of acting for the screen.

  • Global Advantage: IAFT has locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Antwerp, and Cebu, Philippines! When you study with IAFT, you can divide your study between multiple campuses. And with their global network of graduates, they are touching the entertainment industry worldwide.
  • Hands-On Learning: At IAFT, they believe that the best way to learn film production is to actually make films. Students will be out there shooting, not just sitting in a classroom.
  • Smaller Class Sizes: IAFT offers some of the smallest class sizes of any film school. This means students receive more one-on-one attention from our mentors and more time with the equipment.
  • Industry Experienced Mentors: IAFT mentors are all veterans of the film industry. And they will work directly with students, passing on their years of real-world experience.
  • Unbeatable Price: Four-year university film programs mean tens of thousands of dollars and years of your life sitting through courses students have no interest in, just so they can learn about film. At the International Academy of Film and Television, they know why students are here, and they won’t burden students with high tuition.

International Academy of Film and Television enrolls students who are a minimum of 18 years old, who have an earned high school diploma or GED. Admission procedures include meeting with the Admissions Counselor to review career goals, programs offered, school policies and procedures (school catalog), graduation requirements, and English language proficiency. Each prospective student must provide documentation of having a high school diploma or General Education Diploma (GED). All foreign diplomas or transcripts must be evaluated and translated to demonstrate local equivalency, at the cost of the prospective student.

Locations:
Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

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International Academy of Film and Television – IAFT

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