TFTV’s Film Program has ranked in the Top 25 of The Wrap’s Top 50 Films Schools

Our program has once again ranked in The Wrap’s Top 50 U.S. Film Schools list! This is The Wrap’s fourth annual film school ranking. The School of Theatre, Film & Television has moved up in the ranks from last year and has landed in the top 25!


UA has an ambitious new VP for the arts, Andrew Schulz, who has plans for the school inspired by SXSW, TED Talks and Cirque du Soleil. New School of Theatre, Film & Television director Andrew Belser is a future-oriented guy who’s writing a book on the neurology of acting. “We are going to bring the theatre, film and television program to the region, and bring the region to us,” Belser told the UA newspaper. He plans to strengthen UA’s ties to the Hanson FilmTV Institute, which runs Tucson Cine Mexico and the Flagstaff Red Screen Native American fest. UA is launching mini-campuses in Manila and Lima, where film students and faculty can spend a semester abroad, with six more global programs coming up.


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