Sydney Film School (SFS) is one of the top film schools globally, renowned for its focus on story telling. Their production house model delivers comprehensive hands on training. Sydney Film School graduates are employed in the screen and media industries throughout the world. Student films are distributed to festivals and film markets worldwide. SFS films gain industry recognition through numerous awards and attract commercial attention through international sales. When students join SFS they become part of a global community for life.
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AFTRS offers award and degree programs in a range of disciplines that are both highly sought after and contested. In addition AFTRS Open Program runs a series of dynamic, educational and professional courses for industry, students and the general public across Australia. The Open Program offering also encompasses producing tailored training solutions to local and international media corporations. Read More >>
New York Film Academy offers you the opportunity to study filmmaking and acting from it’s venue in Brisbane, Australia. Known as one of the best film and acting schools in the USA, due to it’s unique hands-on learning techniques you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better school to teach you the skills you need for the film industry. Read More >>
Situated on the Gold Coast, IFC is Queenslandís leading private film school, providing a comprehensive training experience in the areas of producing, directing, scriptwriting, camera operation, editing, lighting, sound recording, production management, photography, set design and film production. All courses are delivered by working industry professionals in small class sizes with the latest equipment. Our practical courses focus on the creative, technical and business related aspects of filmmaking and photoimaging.
The Screen Actors Studio began in 1992 with a handful of students, one teacher and a small church hall . We set out to develop a way of training actors for the screen that was simple and effective. Over ten years of workshopping we developed a sytem that combines the best of Australian multicam TV Drama techniques and the highly successful US emotional realism style of acting.
Today, the Screen Actors Studio operates as Screen Actors Australia and trains actors in four studios in the Victorian metro and regional areas in the popular American-style known as ‘Method Acting’. From the actors in our intial group depicted in our original “Stars Of Tomorrow” poster six are now national TV stars and two are working internationally.
SAE Institute Sydney – Audio Engineering, Digital Film Making, and Electronic Music Production
Open Channel is a membership-based, not-for-profit business. Our role is to assist in growing the film, television and multimedia industries by offering a wide variety of support to aspiring and emerging filmmakers. We create opportunities for people to realise their films and develop screen production skills. We are organised into three departments: Facilities Hire, Training and Production Support.
Metro screen film and television industry training courses. Metro Screen is supported by the Australian Film Commission, the NSW Film and Television.
At APA International Film School, Sydney we love making films! We love it so much that 24 years ago we established an Australian international film school for people like you. We are looking for people with a passion for film and television production. A passion for either directing, cinematography, camera, sound, editing, production management or even better, a passion for them all
If you would like to train with a Sydney Film School and experience industry based training – total immersion – then we invite you to enrol with APA International Film School, Sydney, Australia.