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June 19, 2004
New York Film Academy in London

Spotted in the London Underground the other day, another gratuitous picture opportunity.


For this.

This seems to be a trend now. Global education brands I mean. Now that communication from one part of the world to another is easy and instantaneous, it is much easier to run multinational enterprises. You don't face costs of the sort that only the British or the Roman Empires, or IBM, can handle. Anyone can now do international, certainly a prestigious film school.

How long has NYFA been active in London? It says "Our 12th year". Does that mean NYFA has been in London twelve years. Guess so, but could well be wrong.

Are they as good as they claim to be at their website?

Posted by Brian Micklethwait at 01:53 AM
Category: Training

Yes, they are. The courses are intensive, students are kept very very busy every day and you have to keep up and stay awake - don't go for a rest! You get taught by people from the industry who have invariably done the job commercially - not just academics. The amount of advice, encouragement and motivation students receive on these courses is worth the financial outlay - plus the invaluable thing of networking - you make lots of contacts within the NYFA - people contracted in from industry to teach and mentor and other people on the courses already doing small film projects of their own who might invite you to work with them - if you are any good of course!

Comment by: Linda Eden-Ellis on October 5, 2004 12:27 PM
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