A film school in Texas that’s used to teaching kids how to make films on their phones is about to get a camera.
The Austin Film School has partnered with Sony to offer an online film learning and production program called the Sony-Alfa Film Academy.
The new Sony-Sony Film Academy will offer a new, online film production and sharing platform for students and their families.
Students will have access to the world’s largest library of films, which is stocked with hundreds of titles, and will learn the ropes of filmmaking from film students who will be mentored by Academy alumni and filmmakers.
Sony Pictures, the company that owns and operates the Academy, is a major film producer in the United States.
The program, which launched in January and is designed to help aspiring filmmakers with a wide range of subjects, will allow them to share their work and make it available on a wide variety of platforms.
Students are free to upload their work to the Academy website or to share it on their own websites, as long as it’s no more than 30 seconds long and is a short film.
The academy is not limited to students at the Austin Film Academy, according to the company, and students can also use the Academy’s own YouTube channel to showcase their work.
The program is open to anyone, with students having the option to apply for scholarships and awards.
“We believe that digital filmmaking and filmmaking in general is going to become the way of the future, and so that’s really what we’re trying to help students to understand and to understand that,” said Natalie Smith, director of the Austin-based Austin Film and Television Academy, which oversees the Academy.
“And that’s why the Academy is really excited about Sony joining the Academy.”
The Austin-area school is one of several in Texas and across the country that have partnered with the Academy to offer digital filmmaking training.
The academy’s digital training curriculum is designed for aspiring filmmakers who are ready to jump in and learn the art of filmmaking.
Sony is partnering with the Austin School of the Arts, the University of Texas and the University at Albany to offer the new Sony program, according a statement released by the Academy on Monday.
The Academy has partnered in the past with schools in New York City, Philadelphia, Miami and Los Angeles, among others.
The Academy’s partnership with Sony has been in place for years and is one more example of the Academy recognizing its importance in the film industry.
The Sony-Academy partnership is a natural fit for the Austin school, which will use the platform to teach the basics of filmmaking to new students.
Smith said the new program will be free to students and families, with access to thousands of films and hundreds of credits available for students.
The Sony- Sony Academy program will offer film lessons from experienced filmmakers, as well as courses that will help students learn the basics, such as how to shoot a scene, how to edit and edit together and how to write and produce a script.
“What we’re really excited to do is to help young filmmakers to be able to get their feet wet and to really really get to know what they’re doing and what their skills are,” Smith said.
“We really believe that young filmmakers are going to be really excited by the digital learning.”
Students will have the opportunity to submit their own content to be included in the Academy course.
In addition, the Academy will also provide students with access and mentorship from Academy alumni.
“It’s very exciting to be partnering with a school that’s going to help them reach their potential as filmmakers, and it’s going be a really great way for them to showcase the kind of expertise that we’ve been building over the last few years,” Smith added.
Smith said the Academy hopes to grow its digital program in the coming years and expand the platform so that it can teach students about filmmaking techniques and to share content to help people get started in the industry.