The School of Digital Filmmaking

The School of Digital Filmmaking provides intensive training in topics
such as camera, audio, lighting, picture composition, directing
actors, film history, computerized editing, screenwriting, as well as
other technical aspects that will give you a Christian perspective of
the film industry in the digital age.

Guided by the staff and experienced professional guest speakers you
will get to write, produce, shoot and edit a
short film and one you will also have a major role in the final group
projects. You will also collaborate in at least two
other films being produced by your classmates. Yes, after only three
months you will walk away with your own demo reel and with the
experience of having been exposed to the different roles in the
filmmaking process.

Emphasis is placed on excellence, relevance and effective
communication as well as integrity and the challenges this media
presents. The school gives special consideration to character development,
spiritual growth, intercession and spiritual warfare for Hollywood and
the film industry in general.

Our graduates have also worked on several feature films such as:
“Lincoln” (directed by Steven Spielberg), “Serendipity ” (starring John Cussack), “Tears of the Sun” (starring Bruce Willis), “Matchstick Men” (Directed by Ridley Scott, starring Nicolas Cage), “The Polar Express” (directed by Robert Zemeckis, starring Tom Hanks) “The Aviator” (directed by Martin Scorsese, Starring Leonardo DiCaprio),  “Million Dollar Baby” (directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Hillary Swank), and many others.

For more information, or to apply online, click on:

http://www.uofnkona.edu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=105&Itemid=153&lang=en

One Response to “The School of Digital Filmmaking”

  1. Samuel Roy says:

    such a good movie

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