FilmmakingWebinars.com Enters Innovative Relationship with USC Film School
FilmmakingWebinars.com has announced a unique opportunity for USC School of Cinematic Arts to access their complete library of educational resources at a substantial discount.
"We are huge fans of the USC Film program and the quality of education they offer their film students," stated Marcelo Lewin, CEO of FilmmakingWebinars.com, "We know that between the education they get at USC and now with the ability to access our webinars, students will definitely have a greater edge in the marketplace."
"The students of today can get their education in dozens of new ways." said Norman Hollyn, Professor at the School of Cinematic Arts, and Head of the Editing Track. "At USC we like to focus on the aesthetics of great media making – the 'whys' of moviemaking, and we use a variety of tools to help our students learn the 'hows'. Since the start of FilmmakingWebinars.com, the company has provided top notch education in those 'hows' and we are thrilled to be able to integrate it into how our students learn, and how our teachers can stay current."
Custom landing pages have been designed both for the students and professors. The program is not set to end at any time, as this is meant to be a continuing resource for the students and faculty at USC.
FilmmakingWebinars.com, owned and operated by NewMediaWebinars.com, LLC, creates and produces live webinars focused on digital filmmakers working in Film, Video and New Media. Our webinars are NOT marketing vehicles for vendors. All webinars are taught by independent working industry professionals known in their field as experts. Our offering includes not only live webinars, but also on-demand webinars, podcasts, videos and blog articles all focused on digital filmmakers.
About USC School of Cinematic Arts
The mission of the USC School of Cinematic Arts is to develop and articulate the creative, scholarly and entrepreneurial principles and practices of film, television and interactive media, and in doing so inspire and prepare the women and men who will become leaders in the field. Since its founding with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1929, the USC School of Cinematic Arts, has served as a dynamic crucible where students and faculty transform their dreams into the new philosophies, technologies and artistic movements that influence how we entertain, educate and express ourselves.
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NewMediaWebinars.com produces webinars for and by digital filmmakers working in film, video and new media. All live webinars are free and are presented by working industry professionals known in their field as experts.