NYFA Filmmaking Graduation and Final Screenings

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Filmmaking graduates from New York Film Academy held a final screening at the Edmond J. Safra Hall Screening Room at the Museum of Jewish Heritage located near the New York campus in Battery Park.

Introducing the films and congratulating the graduates prior to the screening was NYFA President Michael Young and Directing Instructor Brad Sample. Both Young and Sample stressed the fact that a key to their future success relies on their networking and collaborations with each other. A large portion of the NYFA success stories have come about from former students teaming up on projects together.

The thirteen films that screened this past Friday, May 27, 2016 were:

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Summer 2015 Section A & B Final Films

“We witnessed firsthand the effort all students collectively put into this program,” said NYFA Filmmaking Chair Claude Kerven. “This isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination. Completing this program is a testament to each student’s hard work, commitment, and desire to excel in filmmaking. To master the craft of film directing is a life-long endeavor. We look forward to hearing good things about all of our graduates in the years to come.”

Congratulations to all of our graduates, and best of luck on your future careers in filmmaking!

To view more photos from the graduation, CLICK HERE.

 

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Published on: June 3, 2016

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