Filmmaking & Audiovisual : STUDY FILM ABROAD IN FRANCE
Study film abroad and step into the Filmmaking & Audiovisual world with a global and multicultural perspective. Through hands-on learning at the 3iS international film school, you will understand how videos, films, series, radio broadcasts and TV programs are made. But above all, you’ll become part of the most exciting sector in the realm of arts and culture. The three pillars of this sector are filmmaking, TV and radio.
With over 9,800 companies in France (according to the latest Audiens study) involved in making movies, films for TV, corporate videos, television reports and programs, this well-established sector still crackles with astounding dynamism, driven by the impetus of new and digital technologies. With today’s evolving tech and software needs for film shoots, broadcast networks and post-production, along with a boom in special effects and animation, the whole fast-moving sector is reinventing itself, and offers great prospects for future international filmmakers that want to study film abroad.
Filmmaking, TV & Radio: a wealth of technical and creative jobs
Behind the figures on screen are all the people working on set or in the recording studio, in the control booth or the editing room. It’s their artistic and technical skills that guarantee the quality of any production. Without them, we would have no videos, broadcasts, movies or series. By joining 3iS to study film abroad, you’ll reach an international level of expertise in the technical and creative aspects of filmmaking.
In addition to the producers and directors who create and manage audiovisual productions, a host of technicians and technical managers are involved in bringing these creations to life. Studio managers, camera operators, sound directors, editors, directors of photography, production managers, assistant directors: the list goes on…
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