New York Film Academy

  • Address: 17 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10004, United States, New York City
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  • Phone: +1-2129663488
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids, Workshop

New York Film Academy is said to offer the most intensive hands-on audio visual courses in the world. It is definitely the best programme in the world and the academy’s infrastructure is a must visit. If you are fascinated by the art of film making then this is the best place for you to visit, get permission and see if you get the chance to see their equipments and interact with high end dignitaries of the film world.

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  • Nearest Bus: M5, M15, M15

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  • New York Film Academy Address: 17 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10004, United States, New York City
  • New York Film Academy Contact Number: +1-2129663488
  • New York Film Academy Price: Free
  • Time required to visit New York Film Academy: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 62.5% of people start their New York Film Academy visit around 7 PM - 8 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see New York Film Academy

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  • I just graduated from NYFA's MFA Producing program. I attended the Los Angeles campus. Here's my advice for anyone considering this school (more specifically the Los Angeles campus) This school puts the producing, filmmaking, and screenwriting students on a pedestal. The school does so much for us, but not so much for the students in the acting programs. My roommate (who graduated from the MFA Acting program) constantly complained about their lack of regard for him and his former cohort members. During my time there, I never had an instructor who didn't know what they were doing. With most of the instructors being former USC, AFI, or NYU students (and now seasoned industry professionals), they are pretty knowledgeable about the craft. Barbara Weintraub, who is the industry outreach director, does a hell of a job with helping students secure internships and even jobs post-graduation. Yes, this is a for-profit institution, but it's really what you make of it. Personally, I believe that since the school doesn't really reject anyone, you have a lot of people attending, thinking that they're going to become wealthy movie stars overnight, but aren't really willing to put in the work. When they realize how hard it actually is, they drop out and claim it's a scam. Believe me, I had my reservations about the school prior to attending, but I'm extremely happy I did. Again, this is ONLY for the Producing, Filmmaking, and Screenwriting Departments in LOS ANGELES. For acting, do NOT waste your time. I can't speak on the NYC campus because I know nothing about it.

  • Seems like an interesting school pretty expensive for a few weeks summer program went to the open house seem like great people

  • Nyfa is a good place for acting I already signed up I just have to go there

  • This school is all about getting your money. You are paying for the school location and the Statue of Liberty view. Does not worth the money. I’ve attended the one year acting for film program and I regret spending the ridiculous amount of money I’ve paid for what I received in return. Most of the teachers clearly hate their jobs and they don't even try to hide it. The program director, Lyndi Arns, once said 95% of the students there wouldn’t make it to the film industry. She is a very rude lady and she laughed at me when I asked her for help. So, if the faculty doesn’t believe in the programs offered, why would you?

  • Don't get cheated by the name. It's not worth the money you pay. Nice Cover. No content. That's what NYFA is. I don't know about the people commenting here, if at all they have even seen this school building. They run batches, maximum possible to get maximum money out of one single building at 3300 W.Riverside Dr. Burbank. I feel terrible for having spend so much money there for nothing. This place is a joke. They keep taking feedback from you in papers "always' but nothing happens. Everything done there is for the sake of it. If you don't believe me ! Go join there, pay fees and cry your whole life. :D PS: I even 'doubt' that the 5 stars given here by people may be 'hired' by NYFA. They don't mind doing such things, that's the standard (otherwise I see NO reason even a single student liking this school. I never met one during my tenure there).

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