The movie and television industry is growing exponentially.
In the last five years alone, there have been more than 40 films and television series being made, and we have an increasing number of films and shows being created every day.
Many of these films and series have been inspired by real lives of people who are struggling to make ends meet, but they have been made with great passion, and a great sense of purpose.
The Lincoln Film school was founded in 2002 by the students of Lincoln University in Omaha, Nebraska.
It is the only accredited film school in the United States that teaches film in its entirety.
The students have received invaluable training in how to make films and develop their film skills.
Students have also received a great deal of help from the community.
Lincoln Film School is currently in the process of transitioning to a digital media school, which will bring with it new programs and services.
As part of the transition, we are opening a digital film school.
In addition to teaching film and editing digital content, we also plan to provide a variety of film education, film classes, and more.
We are working to create an online community to help students with their film education.
We will have more information about this project soon.
Lifelong friend and Lincoln Film Schools board member, David Johnson, has been one of the original founders of Lincoln Film schools.
He has helped the school grow over the years and he has been instrumental in helping the school become one of Omaha’s most recognized institutions of learning.
The school began in Lincoln in 1982, with the goal of creating a more professional, hands-on education in the filmmaking industry.
With the help of a talented group of alumni, we have grown to become a community-based institution.
Our alumni are currently working on a number of projects and will be presenting their film production at the Lincoln Film Festival in 2018.