Lodz Film School
Lodz Film School (The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Lodz, PWSFTviT), the host of the conference, is considered as one of the oldest and most prestigious film schools in the world. It puts special emphasis on practical work in its teaching program not forgetting about a broad theoretical knowledge. The School educates directors, directors of photography, animators, photographers, screenwriters, editors, film and television production managers and actors.
Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) is one of the three faculties of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU, FAMU, HAMU) and the fifth oldest film school in Europe. Its students' films are recognized with dozens of awards at film festivals around the world every year. FAMU's study programmes combine both practical and theoretical approaches, thanks to which students acquire a comprehensive set of skills and knowledge needed to work in all professions of film, television, photography and new media.
The Film and Television Faculty is a part of The Academy of the Performing Arts in Bratislava. Its mission is to maintain a high professional level of education in two study areas:
– film art and multimedia
– history and theory of film art and multimedia
The Film and Television Faculty places emphasis on the adoption of high professional standards in all the fundamental film professions, and guides its students to deep theoretic and practical skills. In accredited study programs at all three education levels, space for the creative development of individual artistic talent is provided to them. Students are given the space and the means to acquir
Academy of Dramatic Art is the oldest Croatian higher education institution in the performing arts and audiovisual field.. At the Academy, within the Departments of Acting, Theatre and Radio Directing, Dramaturgy, Film and TV Directing, Cinematography, Editing, Production and Dance, nine three-year undergraduate and seven two-year graduate university study programs are performed. Each year within the artistic-teaching production, which is the main form of practical work of art students, the Academy produces around fifty theater and dance works, and more than a hundred audio-visual ones. This kind of organization, which encompasses various artistic professions under one roof, allows the Academy to offer its students a broad practical and theoretical coverage of theater, dance and film practices, and encourages creative liaising of students from different disciplines of art during their studies as well as their future professional cooperation upon their completing their programs. The study programs offered by ADA encourage students to work independently as authors, on projects, in artistic research, as well as to actively liaise with the professional sphere, the result of which is a high rate of employability of students completing ADA programs in creative industries.