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THE FUTURE OF CELLULOID ACQUISITION IN FILM SCHOOLS

A SURVEY OF WORLD FILM SCHOOLS by NICHOLAS OUGHTON 2013

This report was prepared with the assistance of Griffith Film School, Griffith University and the Centre International de Liaaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision (CILECT)
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Nicholas Oughton

Australia, April, 2013

A number of film schools around the world have ceased teaching celluloid (film) capture, while others have reduced the emphasis on film in their programs. Among the numerous reasons are the hight cost of film capture; the unavailability of processing laboratory and telecine facilities; the vast improvements in the quality od digital capture tha availability of cinematography-friendly digital cameras; substantial advances in the scope and subtlety of digital post-production; the cessation of film cameras manufactures; the decreasing availability of motion-picture stocks; and the current popularity of 3D cinema.

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