Film Schools

For young people interested in pursuing a career in movies or television, film school might seem to be the obvious answer. If you know that film is what you want to do, but you lack knowledge or expertise then finding a film school is what you should do. Finding a film school in a city where you would like to find work in film is the best idea. In Canada; Vancounver, Toronto, Halifax and Montreal would be the best places to attend film school, because there is a movie and television infrastructure there.

New York and Los Angeles are command centres for film and television.

London is the place to go in England, though, because England is so small, it is not as important as it would be in Canada or the U.S.

The great thing about film school is not the skills or knowledge you pick up. The great thing about film school is the connections you can make with other like-minded students. Outside of school, you can work on small projects together which can lead to bigger projects.

Go to a school in a film and television capital because you can then pound the pavement looking for work. Though work is everywhere, its not easy to get. What your film degree will get you, is a possible low-entry job. The powers that be will know, because you have been trained, that you can do the mindless work that has to be dumped on somebody. But your work ethic and drive will then be on display and opportunities can then open up for you.

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