Griffith Film & Television Academy
Presentation & Philosophy:
Founded in Rome in 2000 by the film production company Hiram Srl, the Griffith Film & Television Academy is directed by Vincenzo Ramaglia and mentioned by the EURISPES (the famous Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies) as a film school among the most accredited in the educational landscape of the sector. The multi-purpose venue, the advanced teaching materials and a strictly interdisciplinary teaching, allow students to get in touch with all stages of filmmaking.
The national and international prestige of its award-winning teachers and the intensive approach make this school a very well solution for those who are looking for pre-professional training courses in this area.
Because of masters of Cinema and Entertainment, visits to movie-sets, workshops and a large network of contacts and partnerships (national and international production companies, post-production studios, television stations, etc.), the Griffith Academy introduces the most deserving students in the job market and leads them to important professional experiences in Italy and worldwide.
Programme objective and content:
Griffith Film & Television Academy offers annual, semester and short courses.
The annual courses consist of 500 hours about theory and 500 hours about practice and they take place in 28 weeks, from January and December:
- Video Editing
- Cinema and Television Photography
The school offers also some shorter courses:
- Film and Video Soundtrack (semester)
- Thriller and Horror Direction and Screenplay
- Script Supervisor
- Singing and Vocal Technique
- Public Speaking
Daniele Ciprì, Cristina Borsatti, Alessio Doglione, Alberto Crespi, Paolo Bravi, Enrico Cosimi, Renato Marengo, Leandro Piccioni, Stefano Maccagno, Silvio Relandini, Fernando Muraca, Sandro Bartolozzi
Number of students per course:
Between 10 and 30 students per course
Number of international students:
The academy has just now opened its doors to international students this year
Degree category/length of studies:
The school does not grant a university diploma.
The admission process is split into two steps: sending a short curriculum with cover letter to the email address and paying a pre-registration fee. If the application is accepted, should be complete the payment. If the application is denied, the pre-registration fee will be returned. Visit the website for details.
A lot of scholarships are offered throughout the year.
Theoretical and technical knowledge or previous experience in the field are not required.
Accademia di Cinema e Televisione Griffith
Address: Via Matera, 3 - 00182 ROMA (RM)
Telephone number: 06.70306587 - from Monday to Thursday, 09.00 - 13.00 / 14.00 - 18.00
Facebook Official Page: facebook.com/scuola.di.cinema.griffith