In December, the Moscow Film School celebrated its 10th anniversary. During his tenure, he opened more than 55 programs for the training of specialists in the film industry: from screenwriters and showrunners to film composers and costume designers.
The school continues to recruit practicing film industry experts as curators and organizes more than 300 filming shifts per year for students. Over the years, the school has produced more than 3,300 specialists, 85% of whom went on to work in the industry.
“Last year we launched a higher education program and now we are expanding the number of programs in blended and online formats so that students have even more options for successful professional development and career opportunities. We have created an atmosphere of freedom of expression, security and mutual respect, which forms a culture of professionals”, said Maria Sitkovskaya, Managing Partner of Universal University, Director of the Moscow Film School.
The Moscow Film School implements higher education programs in cooperation with the Universal University for Creative Industries. In November of this year, he received a license for higher education, and from the next academic year he has the right to issue Russian diplomas of the established form of higher education for undergraduate programs.
Earlier it became known that the 45th MIFF could be held in April 2023, as it has been since 2018. This was stated by the president of the festival Nikita Mikhalkov.