This is a school for storytellers. We are looking for passionate people who have a significant message to tell. If you love films and if you want to have a part in producing meaningful, relevant films for this generation, then this school is for you! We have launched dozens of students into film and television industry careers.


Through practical assignments, students receive a broad view of the world of television, film and professional video production. Industry professionals teach and supervise students on hands-on exercises. Students write, shoot and edit the projects produced with professional equipment provided by the university.

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Apr 4 – Jun 26, 2019


$4,395 + $2,500 resource fee




Completion of DTS and outreach.


Directing and producing

Camera operation

Lighting and sound

Non-linear editing

Working with actors

Other technical aspects of filmmaking

A comprehensive view of the film industry


There will be internships available with 24 Frames of Light after this school ends. Ask the school leader about these opportunities

Guillermo Navarro

Guillermo Navarro is an award winning director, producer, and screenwriter. He began his career producing documentaries and freelancing for several of the most prestigious television networks, including Discovery Channel, National Geographic, ESPN, HBO, ABC, NBC, CBS, VH1, PBS, HLN, TLC Televisa, Telemundo, Fox Sports, Animal Planet, and Speed Network. His feature film, “Relapse”, won the award for Best Film at the BIFF, the Excellence in Filmmaking Award at the International Festival of Honolulu, and Silver Remi Award in Houston World Fest.


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