|University Motto||Educating Tomorrow's Storytellers…Today|
|Year of establishment||1969|
|City||Los Angeles, California|
American Film Institute Conservatory
The AFI Conservatory is a private not-for-profit film graduate film school in Los Angeles, CA. The Conservatory is a program of the American Film Institute founded in 1969.
The filmmakers at the world-renowned AFI Conservatory learn by doing. Here, tomorrow's storytellers are placed in a hands-on, production-based environment and are trained by a group of dedicated working professionals from the film and television communities.Located in the heart of the entertainment community in Hollywood, the AFI Conservatory places a strong emphasis on narrative visual storytelling and personal expression. This film program instills the tools that help filmmakers practice their craft and become better storytellers. Classes are broken up into teams that mirror a real production environment. Those teams collaborate on and produce more films than any other graduate-level film school. Upon graduation, about 81% of our graduates report that they are working.
The American Film Institute Conservatory is a Private university located in Los Angeles.
The American Film Institute Conservatory was founded in 1969.
The current president of American Film Institute Conservatory is Jan Schütte.
For graduate school, you will find here 1 master’s degrees combining online and on-campus programs.
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