Our summer camps are like no other in the world. Whether you enroll in our acting, filmmaking, screenwriting, journalism, musical theatre, video game design or 3D animation camps you will work with students from all our camps to make a short film. This provides each student the opportunity to play a valuable role in the production of a film while receiving the hands-on instruction needed to perfect your craft.
Since 1996, thousands of teenagers and kids from all over the world have taken part in our intensive day and weekend camps taking place in New York City, Los Angeles, CA, Disney Studios in Orlando, Harvard University in Boston, Paris, Mumbai and Florence. We invite you to join us this summer.
Programs start this June. >> Request info now
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IN FILMMAKING: A THREE-YEAR ACCELERATED INTENSIVE PROGRAM
Who attends New York Film Academy summer camps?
We have attracted an extraordinarily diverse student body from all over the world. The Film Academy is honored to be the film school of choice of many Hollywood filmmakers, actors, and figures from the entertainment and media world who have sent a son, daughter or family member to study with us. Here is a partial list:
Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Al Pacino, Robert Downey Jr., Jamie Foxx,
Jodie Foster, Kevin Kline, Pierce Brosnan, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins, Bono(U2),
directors Stephen Frears (The Queen), Peter Bogdonavich (Last Picture Show),
Roger Donaldson (Bank Job) and James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment).
Terry Gilliam, Jim Sheridan (In The Name of the Father),
George Romero (Night of the Living Dead).
F. Murray Abraham, Melanie Griffith, Val Kilmer, Sharon Stone, Amy Irving,
Drew Carey, Jean Claude Van Damme.
Three time Oscar Winner Arthur Cohn (One Day in September), Charles Gassot (The Taste of Others),
Sheila Nevins (HBO President, Documentary & Family).
Diana Ross (The Supremes), Ric Ocasek (The Cars), Andy Summers (The Police).
Ed Catmull (Walt Disney & Pixar President), Doug Herzog (President MTV),
Howard Schultz (Starbucks CEO), Donatella Versace (famed fashion designer),
Ben Bradlee (VP of The Washington Post & Legion of Honor winner), Dan Marino (Hall of Fame Quarterback).