Rabat - Marrakech's Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels (the School of Visual Arts) ESAV has been selected among the best international film schools, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Rabat – Marrakech’s Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels (the School of Visual Arts) ESAV has been selected among the best international film schools, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
ESAV has made it to a list of 15 film schools from around the globe “that might just produce the next generation of international film talent.”
The list includes film schools from Australia, China, Mexico, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Russia, France, Poland, United Kingdom, Israel and Austria.
“This up-and-coming school offers a scholarship program targeting talent in sub-Saharan Africa,” said the Hollywood Reporter, a multiplatform American media with a focus on the Hollywood motion picture, television, and entertainment industries.
“The recognition of our work by a specialist as important as the Hollywood Reporter is a great pride for all the teachers and students of ESAV,” said the school’s general director Vincent Melilli.
Founded in 2006 by Vincent Melilli and Susanna Biderman, ESAV offers courses of studies: cinematography, television, graphic design and interactive design.
The list in full: Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Beijing Film Academy, Centro de Capacitation Cinematografica, Mexico, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, Italy, Deutsche Film, und Fernsehakademie Berlin, ESAV Marrakech, Morocco, FAMU, Czech Republic, Film Academy Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography, Russia, La Femis, France, Lodz Film School, Poland, The London Film School, National Film and Television School, England, Tel Aviv University, Israel and The Filmacademy Vienna, Austria.
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