Barcelona, Spain—Barcelona Film School is the first of its kind in the world.
Located in the heart of Barcelona’s central area, Barca Film School aims to provide the most advanced training for aspiring filmmakers, with over 200 students from around the world trained to work in the production industry.
“It is important to learn how to create a movie,” said one of the students, Nadine Pinto.
“You can’t do that with traditional filmmaking, which is just like painting.
When you’re creating a movie, you need to work on a specific aspect of it.
With Barca, you can start working on that aspect and it’s all on the screen.
That’s why you can’t just get an artist to do it.”
In addition to being an independent film school that offers a diverse curriculum, Barcain has a history of creating and teaching filmmakers.
The university has also partnered with the local film industry to bring the students together for a series of workshops.
The program has been a hit with the students and their families, but now the university is looking to expand its scope and broaden its curriculum.
In September, the university announced that it had secured funding for a “New York-based, non-academic program that will train over 200 aspiring filmmakers” to produce short films and make short films in their home countries.
“Barcelona is a city where you can create something very simple, yet you can do something much more complicated,” said Nadine.
“It’s amazing, it’s a dream for me.
I want to learn the craft of filmmaking.”
For more information on Barca’s upcoming filmmaking program, check out the university’s website.