New York Film Academy really gave me the chance to work in front of the camera – a lot! Having that experience makes you comfortable to be in front of the camera. Once you get out of here [NYFA] you know everything.Manuel Garcia-Rulfo Filmmaking
Everything I’m doing now I learned from NYFA. I learned history, preparing for auditions, ballet, vocal, stage combat, jazz, tap, Meisner, makeup, improv, and so much more. I would never be able to get a job if I didn’t go this school.Sophie Kim Musical Theatre
NYFA taught me a lot about the art of storytelling. I learned how to carefully weave a story, how to create compelling characters and how to move an audience.Angela Ruhinda Screenwriting
All of the information you learn here is meant to be applicable.
Learning new skills will give you more information. This is what NYFA’s short programs are made for. You get to practice what you’re learning.
NYFA was very responsive and professional from the very first day. Training with great photographers such as David Mager and Brian Dilg was an honor and definitely took me to the next level in my photography education.
NYFA has definitely improved my skills in terms of getting the light setup quicker as well as with working on post-production in Photoshop.
You get out of NYFA what you put in. When you show up each day with enthusiasm and a readiness to listen and learn, you’re planting seeds with your teachers and classmates that blossom into a professional network. I am very grateful for my teachers at NYFA who not only taught me the skills I needed but also nurtured my potential, and then gave me my first industry opportunities.