Sun Valley Jose Mier Touts SoCal Selling Point
Sun Valley Jose Mier has some familiarity with our local film schools and here we have some very close to Sun Valley. How do they stack up against others in the country?
American movie schools have a rich history going back to the 1970s, when there was long shot to get movie education. The only recourse to get understanding was to make one’s way to Hollywood at a young age and work along with individuals in the industry. By the 1970s, numerous major universities started to use classes in film technology. For many years, many film schools have actually opened with various curricula that offer real industry experience together with education.
American movie schools are certified by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST). The schools are commonly departments of universities, departments of colleges or separate schools. There are some independently owned film schools as well that are not connected to American universities.
Some schools are considered leading in the nation. New York City Film Academy, Los Angeles Film School, USA Film School, San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking, and FSU Film School are amongst them. These schools lie in prime areas of cities including New York and Los Angeles, and offer better education and have good facilities. Studying in these schools is rather pricey.
Established in 1929, The University of Southern California’s School of Cinema-Television is the oldest movie school in the country. Some other great schools are the American Film Institute (AFI), California Institute of the Arts, Columbia University School of the Arts, The North Carolina School of the Arts, and the schools at New York University (NYU), University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and University of Texas at Austin. USC, AFI, CalArts and UCLA are all only a few minutes’ drive from the central location of Sun Valley Jose Mier’s Sun Valley, CA. SoCal students or those wishing to attend a Southern California film school should consider Sun Valley as a lower-cost place to live while attending these schools.