THE LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL INCLUDED IN THE WRAP 2023 TOP FILM SCHOOLS RANKING

The Wrap magazine ranks The Los Angeles (L.A.) Film School as one of the top film schools in the U.S., as a part of its Top 50 Film Schools for 2023 ranking. Released annually, this list is compiled based on data points such as student body demographics, class sizes, networking opportunities, as well as insights from industry experts. This accolade signifies the school’s commitment to creating an immersive curriculum that integrates technical knowledge with artistic exploration and creativity, taught by industry-experienced professionals.
Los Angeles Film School was featured in The Wrap Magazine’s 2023 Top 50 Film Schools ranking.

Today, students continue to choose The L.A. Film School as a place to make an impact. Whether it is inside or outside of the classroom, the school places importance on initiatives to enhance the community and create connections with diverse industry ties and firsthand industry exposure. “The school has invested in building community and creating relationships between students through a ‘robust social calendar’ ranging from Zoom mixers to trivia nights to industry speaker forums,” said The Wrap magazine.

“We are grateful and proud to be featured on The Wrap’s issue of top film schools for another year. As the global environment for entertainment continues to evolve, we are committed to instilling the creative thinking skills and confidence needed to thrive in the film and entertainment industry,” said Marlee Rodrigues, program manager for the film program at the L.A. Film School. “Our programs are designed to be immersive and diverse, enabling our students to push their limits and unleash their full potential,” said Rodrigues.

The L.A. Film School offers 17 different online or in-person undergraduate degrees ranging from audio production, graphic design, entertainment business, and more. In 2023, the film school introduced a new collaboration between the animation/VFX and film programs that enables students to develop on-set skills for visual effects artists and supervisors. The L.A. Film School is building partnerships with several virtual production studios, providing students access to real-time production processes while also expanding students’ professional networking opportunities. To learn more about The L.A. Film School and its degree programs, please visit lafilm.edu.

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