VARIETY MAGAZINE NAMES THE LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL TO ITS 2023 TOP FILM SCHOOLS LIST

Variety Magazine ranked The Los Angeles (L.A.) Film School as one of the top film schools in the U.S., as a part of its 2023 Entertainment Education Impact Report. Produced annually, the report highlights the nation’s top programs in all areas of filmmaking. Receiving the accolade for a ninth consecutive year shines a light on the school’s talented students and faculty, as well as on its focused education model featuring both on-campus and online programs.
The school partners with the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for the Gold Rising Intern Track, which gives students hands-on experience on active film productions.

Variety Magazine ranked The Los Angeles (L.A.) Film School as one of the top film schools in the U.S., as a part of its 2023 Entertainment Education Impact Report. Produced annually, the report highlights the nation’s top programs in all areas of filmmaking. Receiving the accolade for a ninth consecutive year shines a light on the school’s talented students and faculty, as well as on its focused education model featuring both on-campus and online programs.

In 2023, the Education Department continues to expand its partnerships with production studios giving students an opportunity to further develop their on-set skills in real production environments.

On the impressive achievements of The L.A. Film School, Variety Magazine states… “the film degree here allows students to pursue concentrations in production, directing, or cinematography and offers bachelor’s and associate degrees through its Hollywood campus and through online programs. The school partners with the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for the Gold Rising Intern Track, which gives students hands-on experience on active film productions. ‘In 2023, the Film Program introduced new programming in the Animation/VFX Program that will allow shared classes with the Film Program, so students can develop on-set skills for visual effects artists and supervisors,’ says Charles Kanganis, director of education.”

Since opening in 1999, The L.A. Film School has established an expansive program catalog designed to prepare the next generation of creative professionals for a future in the entertainment industry. Students can choose from more than 18 undergraduate degrees, including animation, audio production, digital filmmaking, entertainment business, film production, graphic design, media communications, writing for film and TV, and music production. Additionally, its extensive alumni network features professionals working in film, TV, music, and animation.

To learn more about The L.A. Film School, along with its diverse program offerings, visit lafilm.edu.

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