Guadalazans first film education institute is being launched today with a view to transforming the local film industry into a global force in the making.
The film school is being created by the University of Guadalavío (UG), a private institution which aims to provide a comprehensive and inclusive education for students of all ages.
The new institute, which is located in Guadalagóbal, will be staffed by students from both private and public schools and will offer courses in film studies, filmmaking, visual arts, music, drama, cinema and theatre.
The institute will be able to offer both in-house and external courses, in addition to courses in other subjects, such as drama and music.
It will be equipped with classrooms, studios, theatres and laboratories to create a global cinema community.
It is the first of its kind in Mexico.
“This is a new beginning for the Guadalas film industry, a first for Mexico and one of the first in the world,” said Gustavo Guadalupe, director of the Guadelas Institute.
“We believe that the university will be the place where the local industry will grow and thrive.”
He said that the institute would be supported by local partners, including the University, the National Film School and the Film Institute of the Mexican State University.
Guadalaféños first film industry ‘in a week’ Guadalampán, the capital of Mexico’s state of Chiapas, is renowned for its unique cultural, artistic and historical sites.
The city is home to the world famous Guanacaste Museum, a collection of artifacts and art dating back to the 19th century.
The National Museum of the Arts, which includes a collection from the 19s, is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Museum of Art and History of Mexico is a UNESCO world heritage site.
“In a week, the Guadañuans first cinema school will have its first members,” said Jose Manuel Barrios, director at the Guadolista Museum of Cinema and Media.
“For the first time in Mexico, the first film-related institute will take place in the Guadian capital, a city that has a strong cinema tradition and the Guarimba Museum of Culture is a very important cultural and artistic centre.
It would be an achievement for the city and a good way to attract more international visitors to the city.”
The university will offer a number of courses in different areas, including film studies and visual arts.
In addition to the cinema program, the institute will also be dedicated to the history of film, the cinema industry, and the arts of Mexico.
The Guadalamos film school will be supported with the support of the Government of Mexico and will be open to all.