Valencia Film School
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Film Production Technology

 

The Film Production Technology program offers an intensive curriculum of experiential learning that immerses students in the entire filmmaking process. We nurture passionate storytellers while training our students in the technical aspects of film production - from pre through post-production. Our classroom moves from lectures to workshops to partnerships with film and television productions, during which our students work as the crew and learn from distinguished industry professionals.

 
 

New School of Arts & Entertainment Building

 
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We've moved into new facilities as of August 2017. The state of the art facilities include:

  • 125 seat screening theater with 4k projector and Dolby Atmos immersive sound

  • 2600 square foot sound stage

  • Editing suites, Foley and Dolby Atmos immersive mixing stage

  • Production offices

For more information about the building, click HERE.

 
 

Program News & Updates

Open Casting Call

May 2018

 

W.A.S.P. Wins Best Documentary Award

March 2018

Tickets Sell Out at the 23rd Annual Valencia Film Celebration

February 2018

 

 Valencia College Advanced Film Program will be hosting an open casting call for several roles for six (6) short films.  The casting call will take place on May 30th between 11am - 4pm.  Filming will occur between the end of June and the end of July.   Click here for more information.

Valencia College Advanced Film Program will be hosting an open casting call for several roles for six (6) short films.  The casting call will take place on May 30th between 11am - 4pm.  Filming will occur between the end of June and the end of July.  Click here for more information.

  W.A.S.P  -   A Wartime Experiment in WoManpower , produced by The Valencia Film Program and Rachel Becker Wright, won the coveted Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2018  Tallahassee Film Festival .  The Jon Anderson directed film showcases the incredible history of the brave woman pilots who served during World War II.  For more information and to view the trailer, visit the   W.A.S.P.  Facebook  page.   

W.A.S.P - A Wartime Experiment in WoManpower, produced by The Valencia Film Program and Rachel Becker Wright, won the coveted Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2018 Tallahassee Film Festival.  The Jon Anderson directed film showcases the incredible history of the brave woman pilots who served during World War II.  For more information and to view the trailer, visit the W.A.S.P. Facebook page.

 

 The  23rd Annual Valencia Film Celebration  experience two amazing nights in February when each night reached Sold Out status.  The Celebration was a chance for students to raise funds for their projects by showcasing Valencia student filmed shorts and Valencia Produced Features, such as  Frank vs. God  and  Mind The Gap .  The 2017-2018 Class was able to raise over $3,000 in funds for their upcoming projects.  More information on the film celebration can be found  here.

The 23rd Annual Valencia Film Celebration experience two amazing nights in February when each night reached Sold Out status.  The Celebration was a chance for students to raise funds for their projects by showcasing Valencia student filmed shorts and Valencia Produced Features, such as Frank vs. God and Mind The Gap.  The 2017-2018 Class was able to raise over $3,000 in funds for their upcoming projects.  More information on the film celebration can be found here.

 

 

Diversity Mission Statement:

The Valencia College Film Production Technology program is committed to the cultivation of ideas, values and creative projects from diverse voices. This diversity is reflected in our student body and creative endeavors, manifested in a rich tapestry of ethnicity, gender identity, values, beliefs, cultural perspectives. Beyond a typical institutional diversity statement, it is a theory that informs our mission. In reaction to institutionalized discrimination against women and minorities in the film and television industry, Valencia College’s Film Production Technology program aggressively advances diversity in enrollment and encourages the development of creative projects that reflect the perspectives and experiences of our diverse community. Valencia College alumni and professional partners will carry these values of inclusion and equity into the industry and challenge the traditional representations of gender, sexual orientation and ethnicity.