2021 North Western Ave., Los Angeles, 90027-1657
AFI is a national institute providing leadership in education and the celebration of excellence in film and television. AFI trains the next generation of filmmakers while exploring new technologies in entertainment. Its campus in Los Angeles sits in the hills above Hollywood.
For more information, visit www.afi.com. Phone: (323) 856-7600
LOS ANGELES FILM SCHOOL
6363 Sunset Blvd,. Suite 500, Los Angles, 90058
L.A. Film School launches the filmmakers of tomorrow with a passion for movie-making. The school boasts small, hands-on classes, a faculty of professional filmmakers and state-of-the-art facilities. The school is surrounded by major studios and film businesses.
For more information, visit www.lafilm.com. Phone: (877) 952-3456
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF CINEMA-TELEVISION
University Park Campus, Los Angeles, 90089
USC was the first school to offer a degree in Film. The school has had a profound impact on film, television and film studies. U.S. News & World Report has consistently ranked USCs School of Cinema-Television number one in the nation.
For more information, visit www.usc.edu. Phone: (213) 740-2311
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF THEATER, FILM & TELEVISION
405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, 90095
UCLA Film School draws on industry leaders for its faculty and advisors. The quality of education is superb, with an interactive relationship between instructors and students. The undergraduate film/television programs are ranked first out of 500 programs nationally.
For more information, visit www.tft.ucla.edu/. Phone: (310) 825-5761
LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF FILM & TELEVISION
One LMU Drive, MC8230, Los Angeles, 90045-8347
LMU School of Film & Television proudly offers degrees in Film, Television and Screenwriting. At LMU students will strengthen their skills through hands-on learning and mentoring in a creative community of students, faculty, and key alumni.
For more information, visit www.lmu.edu. Phone: (310) 338-3033
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTHRIDGE DEPARTMENT OF CINEMA AND TELEVISION ARTS
Manzanita Hall, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, 91330-8317
CSUN seeks to advance the social and intellectual perspectives of its students. The department of Cinema and Television has modern, richly equipped television and film studios and a multi-media library.
For more information, visit www.csun.edu. Phone: (818) 677-3192
NEW YORK FILM ACADEMY AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS
Gate 4, Barham Boulevard, Los Angeles
The New York Film Academy opens studios doors to the filmmakers-to-be so students will live and breathe filmmaking within the heart of the action. The school hosts a dynamic array of film programs and workshops, and acting programs and workshops.
For more information, visit www.nyfa.com. Phone: (818) 733-2600
18618 Oxnard Street, Tarzana, 91356-1411
Columbia College Hollywood has offered degrees in film and television production for more than 52 years. The learning system is hands-on and Columbias professors and instructors are working film professionals. Columbia believes in combining the study of principle and theory with practical production work.
For more information, visit www.columbiacollege.edu. Phone: (818) 345-8414
ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, 91003
Art Center enjoys a strong relationship with the Hollywood film community and the faculty is comprised of professional filmmakers. The curriculum emphasizes writing as a foundation while having the film majors collaborate with professional film artists.
For more information, visit www.artcenter.edu/accd/programs/undergraduate/fuprograms.jsp. Phone: (626) 396-2373
One University Drive, Orange, 92866
The Chapman film school offers students many curricular options leading to careers in film and television, broadcast journalism, new media, public relations and advertising. The university has small classes with personalized education, direct contact with mentoring faculty, hands-on education and a highly collaborative environment.
For more information, visit http://ftv.chapman.edu. Phone: (714) 997-6765
CAL ARTS SCHOOL OF FILM/VIDEO
24700 McBean Pkwy., Valencia, 91355-2397
Cal Arts is one of the nations premiere colleges and offers four programs, each focusing on specific areas in filmmaking. All four share the goal of combining practical training with theoretical inquiry.
For more information, visit www.calarts.edu/schools/film/index.html. Phone: (661) 255-1050