Film Schools

A film school is any educational institution dedicated to teaching aspects of filmmaking, including such subjects as film production, film theory, digital media production, and screenwriting. Film history courses and hands-on technical training are usually incorporated into most film school curricula. Technical training may include instruction in the use and operation of cameras, lighting equipment, film or video editing equipment and software, and other relevant equipment. Film schools may also include courses and training in such subjects as television production, broadcasting, audio engineering, and animation.

Film Studies

Film studies: it's different from Film Making, Film Production, and Film Schools. It may involve with the critic of film in an academic setting, or the technical aspects of film creation, or approach film making as an art. It may be a profession for some, a hobby for others; mostly, it's a study of film and film making process, and many of the distribution channels it later involves in.

In addition to Film Studies, anyone who is interested to pursue lifelong learning, you can follow the link and read about K-12, Higher Education, Adult Education and Beyond, in (Education in General)

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