The New York Film Academy has a growing campus that spans four buildings. Our facilities provide students with an array of opportunities that include access to multiple post-production editing labs, shooting stages, a sound booth, screening rooms, dance studios, library and casting rooms. All classrooms are equipped with high-definition TV's and DVD players. Each building provides students with free wireless Internet, as well as computers with film-related software (Final Draft, Final Cut, Photoshop, After Effects, etc.). Students may also reserve classrooms for various projects.
The New York Film Academy Library holdings contain thousands of titles, including classic and contemporary plays; screenplays; award-winning documentaries, feature and short films and TV series of all genres; the esteemed Criterion Collection of classic film DVDs; textbooks for General Education subjects; and the most up-to-date industry magazines, such as The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and American Cinematographer.
Learning Resources Director
The Learning Resources Director conducts an orientation that will help students use the Learning Resources Center to research and mine information that supports their growth as filmmakers.
Students have access to the Academy's library during all hours of operation. The library includes the following resources to facilitate the needs of its students:
High speed Internet access
Access to the OCLC online library
Books on filmmaking and acting theory
DVD movie collection
Collections of films by esteemed alumni
Links to online research and filmmaking resources
The Library is designed to support the instructional and research needs of students by providing a multi-media environment that encourages independent study, furthers a student's understanding of visual storytelling, and ultimately enhances the quality of student work. Reference materials on film festivals and talent agencies, biographies on filmmakers who have created successful careers for themselves, and other job-related information resources are made readily available to every student.
You can contact the library via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 333-3559.