Posted February 20, 2018 05:15:03 Nite Schools film & video program is back for 2019 and we have a few big changes ahead of us.
The new NiteSchools School Film Program will be rolling out its next edition in 2019.
The new curriculum will focus on film making and animation.
The program will include classes for students aged 5 to 16, and for adults with a strong desire to create and explore their own film.
“The new program is a huge undertaking,” said Niteschools Director of Education & Media.
With the new curriculum, students will be given the tools to make films and be given access to a studio to create their own films.
“The curriculum has to be accessible to all of our students, as well as those with a disability, to give them the skills to produce their own work,” said Professor Tim McNeil.
There will be a wide range of classes and activities offered for the 2019-2020 school year.
Classes will include: Making and Editing a Film, and Animation with a Focus on Animation Making a Film for a Documentary, and Making an Animated Short Film Making an Animated Film for an Education Video or Film School MovieClass: Animation with Focus on the Arts and Entertainment and Animation Workshop with a focus on animation.
A film production studio is available to assist students and their families in creating their own animated films, as part of the Nite school curriculum.
The Nite Films & Video Academy has also announced that the NITE School Film Studio is coming back for its next cycle.
The studio will focus exclusively on animation and film production.
NiteSchool Films is a collaboration between Nite and the University of Southern California’s Department of Cinema, Media, and Design.
We are thrilled to be a part of this exciting new partnership, and look forward to collaborating with all of the students at Nite schools next cycle, which begins in September 2019.
More to come.