[Verse 1]
Go ahead and bark after dark
Fallen star, I'm your one call away
Motel halls, neon walls
When night falls, I am your escape

[Pre-Chorus]
When you lay alone, I ache
Something I wanted to feel

[Chorus]
If you’ve been waitin' for fallin' in love
Babe, you don’t have to wait on me
'Cause I've been aimin' for Heaven above
But an angel ain't what I need

[Verse 2]
Not anyone, you're the one
More than fun, you're the sanctuary
'Cause what you want is what I want
Sincerity

[Pre-Chorus]
Souls that dream alone lie awake
I’ll give you somethin’ so real

 

[Chorus]
If you've been waitin’ for fallin' in love
Babe, you don't have to wait on me
'Cause I’ve been aimin' for Heaven above
But an angel ain't what I need

[Bridge]
Pull me oh so close
'Cause you never know
Just how long our lives will be

[Chorus]
If you've been waitin' for fallin' in love
Babe, you don't have to wait on me
'Cause I've been aimin' for Heaven above
But an angel ain't what I need

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Sun is shinin' in the sky
There ain't a cloud in sight
It's stopped rainin' everybody's in a play
And don't you know
It's a beautiful new day, hey hey
Runnin' down the avenue
See how the sun shines brightly in the city
On the streets where once was pity
Mister blue sky is living here today, hey hey
Mister blue sky please tell us why
You had to hide away for so long (so long)
Where did we go wrong?
Mister blue sky please tell us why
You had to hide away for so long (so long)
Where did we go wrong?
Hey you with the pretty face
Welcome to the human race
A celebration, mister blue sky's up there waitin'
And today is the day we've waited for
Oh mister blue sky please tell us why
You had to hide away for so long (so long)
Where did we go wrong?
Hey there mister blue
We're so pleased to be with you
Look around see what you do
Everybody smiles at you
Hey there mister blue
We're so pleased to be with you
Look around see what you do
Everybody smiles at you
Mister blue sky, mister blue sky
Mister blue sky
Mister blue, you did it right
But soon comes mister night creepin' over
Now his hand is on your shoulder
Never mind I'll remember you this
I'll remember you this way
Mister blue sky please tell us why
You had to hide away for so long (so long)
Where did we go wrong?
Hey there mister blue
We're so pleased to be with you
Look around see what you do
Everybody smiles at you
Mister blue sky

 

 

nothing can stop 

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J'avoue j'en ai bavé, pas vous, mon amour?
Avant d'avoir eu vent de vous mon amour
Ne vous déplaise
En dansant la Javanaise
Nous nous aimions
Le temps d'une chanson

À votre avis qu'avons-nous vu de l'amour?
De vous à moi vous m'avez eu, mon amour
Ne vous déplaise
En dansant la Javanaise
Nous nous aimions
Le temps d'une chanson

Hélas avril en vain me voue à l'amour
J'avais envie de voir en vous cet amour
Ne vous déplaise
En dansant la Javanaise
Nous nous aimions
Le temps d'une chanson

La vie ne vaut d'etre vécue sans amour
Mais c'est vous qui l'avez voulu, mon amour
Ne vous déplaise
En dansant la Javanaise
Nous nous aimions
Le temps d'une chanson

 

 

beautiful song

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Courtesy of UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television

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From the American Film Institute to France's La Femis, see which institutions made The Hollywood Reporter's inaugural list.

Hollywood talent as diverse as Martin Scorsese, Lisa Cholodenko, George Lucas and Joss Whedon got their start at a film school, all of which are named and ranked here on The Hollywood Reporter's inaugural list (comprised with help from industry insiders) of the world's best.


PHOTOS: THR's List of the Top 25 Film Schools Of 2012 (Updated)


1. American Film Institute


Among the most selective film schools in America, AFI's Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies in Los Angeles offers a two-year conservatory program where students specialize in fields including directing, producing and writing, often coming to the institute after working in the industry or having attended other schools. Its "fellows" are typically more mature (average age is 27) and benefit from speakers and teachers drawn from the highest levels of the industry, supported by the full weight of AFI itself. Comparing it to cross-town rivals UCLA and USC is a bit of apples-and-oranges, given its small size and emphasis on specialization, but AFI's glittering parade of alumni, from David Lynch to Darren Aronofsky, remains unrivaled when it comes to auteur filmmakers. Students are guaranteed the freedom to make a thesis film and are given access to SAG members for their casts and $13,500 in financing. If you know where you're going, AFI can get you there.


TUITION $38,416 for first year; $37,112 for second year (plus $8,033 for thesis)


DEGREES MFA, certificate of completion


NOTABLE ALUMNI Terrence Malick (The Tree of Life), David Lynch (Blue Velvet), Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan)


"I love AFI and would be nowhere without it." -- David Lynch


2. University of Southern California


The richest film school in the world (alum George Lucas contributed $175 million, and alum Robert Zemeckis has given a bundle, too), USC probably has more graduates working in the industry than any other school and has the greatest support from the industry itself, with 10,000-plus alums who routinely donate millions for state-of-the-art facilities -- and notable support from non-graduate Steven Spielberg. Its Peter Stark Producing Program, under The Graduate producer Larry Turman, remains the premier venue for aspiring producers and execs. Insiders were split when asked to choose between AFI and USC for the No. 1 spot, with AFI winning largely on the basis of its choice student body. But USC takes the candle when it comes to technical training. Says Dean Elizabeth M. Daley: "One of the hardest things to understand is the culture of filmmaking. You're not gonna get that out of a book. Come here and you'll understand." She's right, thanks to unrivaled facilities, an emphasis on film history and technique and its great ties with Hollywood -- a plus for some, but not for those more interested in indie films. The upside: It's a vast dream factory. The downside: It's a vast dream factory.


TUITION $42,000 (plus room and board)


DEGREES Critical studies, B.A., M.A., MFA and Ph.D. programs in everything from film and TV to animation and digital arts


NOTABLE ALUMNI George Lucas (Star Wars), Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind), Jon Landau (Avatar)


"USC is run in many ways like a studio. The challenges that were given to us had to do with the realities of the industry and financing, and I think those were important lessons to learn."   -- Lee Unkrich, director, Toy Story 3


Check out a brief clip from USC's FotoKem Awards winner Efrain.




3. Beijing Film Academy


If one film school anywhere in the world has shaped a whole nation, it's the Beijing Film Academy, China's most elite school for film direction, production and writing. Each year, it accepts about 500 applicants -- primarily from China -- out of 100,000. The school is  a source of new talent for film and TV production and closely linked with the nearby Beijing Film Studio. It's also the place where such directors as Zhang Yimou and Chen Kaige -- the ones who created arguably the most distinct new wave of filmmaking since America in the early 1970s -- cut their teeth. (At 27, Zhang had to get special permission to attend after the Cultural Revolution because he had passed the cut-off age.)


TUITION Program fees range from $1,240 to $1,550 for local students; international students pay $6,665 to $7,905 per year for film programs. Partial and full scholarships are available based on need and merit and are awarded on an individual basis.


DEGREES B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. programs in everything from performance and direction to cinematography and animation. All degree programs are conducted in Chinese, though international students may take some courses in English or study Chinese at the Film Academy.


NOTABLE ALUMNI Zhang Yimou (House of Flying Daggers), Chen Kaige (Farewell My Concubine), Tian Zhuangzhuang (The Blue Kite)


4. New York University Tisch School of the Arts


To study film in New York is to plunge into the belly of a very different beast than Hollywood, but for gritty artists like Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone and Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, NYU has proved a direct route to the top. Where else can you sit in a class of 12 and hear alum James Franco teach you how to turn a poem into a movie? Graduates also vie for a $200,000 prize to complete a debut feature film -- a gift no other school offers. In addition to its New York campus, Tisch School of the Arts Asia, located in Singapore, offers MFA degrees in animation and digital arts, dramatic writing and film production. Summer programs include professional workshops and noncredit certificate courses.


TUITION $45,674


DEGREES B.A., BFA, MFA, MPS, M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in moving-image archiving and preservation as well as performance studies or cinema studies


NOTABLE ALUMNI Todd Phillips (The Hangover), Joel Coen (No Country for Old Men), Charlie Kaufman (Being John Malkovich)


"Getting accepted to Tisch meant one thing to me: hope. It validated all of my dreams and made the concept of becoming a filmmaker a tangible possibility. Teachers like Tom Drysdale and Haig Manoogian inspired me, infusing me with a lifelong passion for cinema history. I carry their artistic philosophy with me on every film: Never compromise, never stop asking questions and never stop being a student of film." -- Chris Columbus, writer-director, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets


5. University of California Los Angeles


UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television has long suffered in comparison with its richer and more industry-connected rival USC, but its vibe is distinctly different, with a multicultural campus that ranks among the best in California. It has benefited from such prestigious graduates as Francis Ford Coppola and Alexander Payne; from teachers like producer Peter Guber; and from its connection with the respected UCLA Film & Television Archive, whose collection is "second only to the Library of Congress," according to Dean Teri Schwartz. The well-regarded Schwartz will likely determine UCLA's future standing: After serving for years at Loyola Marymount, the former producer (and Goldie Hawn's onetime producing partner) joined the university in 2009, replacing veteran Robert Rosen. Now insiders are waiting to see how things will change under her leadership. Look for her to stress "humanistic storytelling and global diversity" -- quite different from the commercial emphasis of many other film schools.


TUITION B.A.: $12,842 (California resident), $35,720 (non-resident); MFA: $22,208 (California resident), $34,453 (non-resident); M.A. or Ph.D.: $13,549 (California resident), $28,651 (non-resident) 


DEGREES B.A., M.A., MFA and Ph.D.


NOTABLE ALUMNI Francis Ford Coppola (The Godfather), Tim Robbins (Dead Man Walking), Alexander Payne (Sideways)


"The key is having a point of view -- which is very much the UCLA approach. You could say UCLA filmmakers try to bring an indie attitude even to studio pictures. We always try to find some kind of subjectivity." --  Justin Lin, director, Fast Five


6. California Institute of the Arts


CalArts is way beyond what founder Walt Disney could imagine. "It is a paradox, an experimental art school," says CalArts School of Film/Video Dean Steve Anker. "You usually have music, theater, dance conservatories and art schools, but you don't have them under the same roof." Anker's film/video school is most famous for training animation talents, but besides character-based and experimental animation, you can study dramatic narrative, documentary, experimental live action, multimedia and installation. CalArts-spawned geniuses like John Lasseter and Tim Burton can do more than draw -- they can draw on the artistic talents around them. Says Anker: "CalArts in general, and certainly the school of film and video, is this very large laboratory for the creative arts." "Large" is right: The classrooms occupy 11 acres' worth of square footage 30 miles north of Los Angeles.


TUITION $37,684


DEGREES BFA, MFA in film, video and experimental animation; MFA in film directing; BFA in character animation


NOTABLE ALUMNI Tim Burton (Alice in Wonderland), Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo), John Lasseter (chief creative officer, Pixar)


"I have so many great memories of CalArts. Sitting in the dark, hunched over the old Oxberry camera, shooting my film. The giant papier-mache butt from someone's art installation in the main gallery. Playing Lazer Tag in the empty halls in the middle of the night. But what I remember most are all the great friends that I made, many of whom I work alongside today."  -- Don Hall, co-director, Winnie the Pooh


7. The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague


Located in the "city of 1,000 spires and 29 McDonald's," as expatriates like to say, FAMU is the fifth-oldest film school in the world and one of the most prestigious. Created in 1946 when Prague was behind the Iron Curtain, it helped develop such iconoclastic filmmakers as Milos Forman, Ivan Passer, Agnieszka Holland, Emir Kusturica and Jiri Menzel and served as a hub for student rebels during Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution. With classes in Czech and English, its reputation is still strong enough that it draws many foreigners to its nine departments (ranging from still photography to documentaries to screenwriting), something helped by partnerships with NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, American University and Yale, all of which offer study-abroad programs there.


TUITION $45,674


DEGREES MFA in cinema and digital media


NOTABLE ALUMNI Milos  Forman (Amadeus), Emir Kusturica (Black Cat, White Cat), Agnieszka Holland (The Killing)


"I believe deeply that in any film school, you can learn as much, or even more, from the fellow students as from the teachers. But in FAMU in the late 1960s and early '70s, when I was studying, some of the teachers were great. My main instructor Karel Kachyna was indeed one of the most skilled directors of his generation. Jan Matejovsky in the television directing department taught us how to be diplomatic with actors, crew and producers. I still use his very useful advice." -- Agnieszka Holland


8. Columbia University School of the Arts


You know when James Schamus is one of your professors, things can't be too bad. Schamus, the head of Focus Features (who recently completed a doctorate on Carl Theodor Dreyer), is just one of the feathers in this Ivy League university's cap. Another is Oscar winner Milos Forman, the school's longtime leader. Then there's a staff that includes Barbara De Fina (Goodfellas) and Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding). Names like these give Columbia intellectual credentials that dwarf its peers and have helped attract such alumni as Kathryn Bigelow, Lisa Cholodenko, James Mangold and Kimberly Peirce -- not necessarily Hollywood's most commercial filmmakers, but always among its most original. Will it remain that way under its new chair, Fine Line Features founder and indie exec Ira Deutchman? Deutchman insists on story and collaboration -- two Hollywood ideals -- yet stresses the importance of the artist. "You have to keep an eye on the business, but it's first and foremost about creating artists," he says.


TUITION MFA first and second years: $50,873 per year; M.A.: $44,264


DEGREES MFA in film; M.A. in film studies


NOTABLE ALUMNI Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker), Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right), Nicole Holofcener (Walking and Talking)


"My years in the film program taught me the craft of screenwriting as well as the business of making movies. In so many ways, Columbia was the perfect combination of arts: conservatory and trade school, a place where I could read Aristotle and Eisenstein on narrative theory and analyze budgets and box office like a science. The lessons learned at Columbia -- how to analyze and synthesize perspectives, how to treat your work as an ever-evolving document -- serve me every day." -- Simon Kinberg, screenwriter, X-Men: The Last Stand


9. Wesleyan University


OK, so everyone knows about the Hollywood infiltration of places like USC and UCLA. But they might be surprised to learn that Wesleyan's Film Studies program is giving those two a run for their money, with a tight-knit group of alumni that includes Michael Bay, Akiva Goldsman, Joss Whedon, Larry Mark and Rick Nicita. They and others were drawn to the Middletown, Conn.-based university not just because of the cozy feeling or its tradition in the liberal arts but largely because of the reputation of film department founder Jeanine Basinger, who makes each of her 80 film majors learn to write, direct and edit a movie by hand (yes, they learn digital, too) as well as study other subjects to enrich their films. Of course, if they want to know about movies, they can turn to Wesleyan's archive, which includes the papers of Frank Capra, Martin Scorsese, Federico Fellini and Clint Eastwood. "If you're studying On the Waterfront, you can look at Elia Kazan's notebook," Basinger says. "It's an amazing experience."


TUITION $55,736 (includes room and board)


DEGREES B.A. in film studies


NOTABLE ALUMNI Miguel Arteta (The Good Girl), Michael Bay (Transformers), Zak Penn (X-Men: The Last Stand)


10. The National Film and Television School


For decades, the then-National Film School wasn't just the best place to study filmmaking in the U.K. -- it was pretty much the only one. That's now changed, but the NFTS has retained the stature that went with it despite a Beaconsfield location (away from the hub of filmmaking in London) and, until recently, dirt-poor facilities. Now it boasts a new building; a bunch of new programs; an innovative leader in indie producer Nik Powell; teachers like Stephen Frears; and access to Britain's thriving movie and TV industry through development deals with Channel 4, the BBC and Aardman. That has provided avenues for such graduates as cinematographer Roger Deakins and directors Lynne Ramsey, Nick Broomfield and David Yates.


TUITION $14,300 for residents; $32,000 for overseas students


DEGREES M.A. in film and TV


NOTABLE ALUMNI David Yates (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2), Nick Park (Wallace & Gromit), Beeban Kidron (Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason)


"I would not be making films in Hollywood without it. The NFTS was absolutely vital."  -- Michael Caton-Jones, director, Scandal           


11. La Femis


Founded in 1986 by Cultural Minister Jack Lang, La Femis is France's most prestigious film school. So prestigious, in fact, that only three percent of students who take the entrance exam are accepted by the state-run academy whose grads typically go on to win prizes at film festivals across the globe. 


TUITION $517 for French citizens; $15,334 for foreigners


DEGREES Undergraduate degrees in screenwriting, directing, producing, sound design, editing and film distribution


NOTABLE ALUMNI Francois Ozon (Swimming Pool), Noemie Lvovsky (Feelings), Celine Sciamma (Tomboy)


12. University of North Carolina School of the Arts


Don't come to Carolina unless you're serious about filmmaking. Academically rigorous, the UNC School of the Arts is a plunge into film in collaboration with drama, music, dance, design and production studies and a 65-piece orchestra. By the third year, you're shadowing the likes of director David Gordon Green. "Our graduates have made films that receive hundreds of millions of dollars and on the other side of the spectrum won the Grand Prix at Cannes this year," says Dean Jordan Kerner. Coming soon: a new animation and gaming building.


TUITION $4,716 for residents; $17,665 for non-residents


DEGREES BFA in animation, art direction, cinematography, directing, editing and sound, producing and screenwriting. MFA in film music composition.


NOTABLE ALUMNI David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express), Danny McBride (Eastbound & Down), Jody Hill (Observe and Report)


"I feel like UNCSA's film school provided me with an exceptionally practical filmmaking education. You definitely learned about theory. You watched lots of films, but more than anything else, you made movies. You were always pitching your own ideas or getting feedback. You were always on a set or in an editing suite. Always. So I've found the industry to be, in many ways, just a bigger version of the world I knew from school." -- Travis Beacham, screenwriter, Clash of the Titans


13. University of Texas at Austin


Ever since Richard Linklater made Austin famous in 1991's Slacker, slacking is about the last thing anyone in UT's Department of Radio-Television-Film has done. With South by Southwest and a thriving indie scene swirling around them, they churn out work in a professional TV studio, two soundstages and digital picture, audio, editing and postproduction suites. And then half of the RTF students do two or more internships. Screenwriters mix with poets and fiction writers in the nationally ranked Michener Center MFA program.


TUITION $4,832 for Texas residents; $15,995 for non-residents; $4,371 for full-time graduate Texas residents; $8,228 for graduate non-residents


DEGREES B.S. in radio-television-film, MFA in film and media production, MFA in screenwriting


NOTABLE ALUMNI Robert Rodriguez (Machete), Matthew McConaughey (The Lincoln Lawyer), Bruce Hendricks (former president of physical production at Walt Disney Studios)


"When I acted in Dazed and Confused [during the summer before his senior year at the University of Texas], it introduced me to the challenges and triumphs involved in producing an independent film. Being a part of the Austin film scene at the time helped me get my start."-- Matthew McConaughey


14. The Polish National Film, Television and Theater School


Lodz, as the school is typically called, has produced virtually all the elder statesmen of Polish cinema -- Andrzej Wajda, Jerzy Skolimowski, Krzysztof Zanussi and the late Krzysztof Kieslowski came out of the facility, which was established in 1948. After the fall of Communism, Lodz expanded and acquired modern film equipment, and the acting department was revamped to stay in step with new media and the changing times -- actors were taught simultaneously to work in theater, film and television. The school has continued to expand by establishing new departments such as production, editing, script writing, photography, digital technology and TV journalism.


TUITION $8,600-$15,800, depending on the program; students of Polish descent get a 30 percent reduction


DEGREES B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor


NOTABLE ALUMNI Andrzej Wajda (Ashes and Diamonds), Krzysztof Kieslowski (The Decalogue), Jerzy Skolimowski (Torrents of Spring)


15. Syracuse University


Syracuse's Department of Transmedia conveniently includes filmmaking, computer art (animation and visual effects) and video art all in one place. Go there and you'll learn the whole process, from script to preproduction to post. "We're not a factory turning out gaffers," says Dean Heath Hanlin. "We're not a boot camp for filmmakers. But we're not a theory cloud either. We're trying to turn out people who can actually make something and be smart enough to talk about it." Syracuse's 40 students a year get plenty of attention -- and some get to experience "Sorkin Week," an intense practicum with Hollywood bigwigs led by Oscar-winning alum Aaron Sorkin.


TUITION $53,790 (includes room and board)


DEGREES BFA and MFA in film, with minors and majors also available in animation/VFX


NOTABLE ALUMNI Albert Maysles (Grey Gardens), Chris Renaud (Despicable Me), Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network)


16. Stanford University


Even by Stanford standards, the MFA in documentary film and video program is exclusive: Eight students a year make movies the old-school way, on 16mm. "Each student is trained equally in cinematography, sound, directing and editing, and every quarter, they crew for fellow students while producing their own films," says director Jan Krawitz. Coming circa 2013: a new facility that will be a work of art in itself.


TUITION $40,050


DEGREES MFA in documentary film and video


NOTABLE ALUMNI Mark Becker (Pressure Cooker), Nancy Kates (Brother Outsider), Cynthia Wade (Born Sweet)


17. Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts


Despite being far from any entertainment capital (Tallahassee), FSU students are going places thanks to an eight-to-one student/faculty ratio, unusually generous production-cost support of student films and the Torchlight program, which has put students to work on 40 feature films shot in Florida. Coming up: an FSU partnership with effects giant Digital Domain.


TUITION $6,600 for in-state undergraduates; $24,120 for out-of-state; $21,735 for in-state graduate production; $38,092 for out-of-state)


DEGREES BFA in production, animation, digital arts; MFA in production, writing; non-degree through the Torchlight Program


NOTABLE ALUMNI Alan Ball (American Beauty), Melissa Carter (Little Black Book)


18. Emerson Visual and Media Arts School


Originally a Boston school of oratory, Emerson now boasts filmmakers and writers who are heard loud and clear in Los Angeles, where it's building a big satellite campus. When student Denis Leary asked a professor if he could perform his own scripts, the professor said, "It's Emerson! You can do anything."


TUITION $32,128 plus fees for undergraduates; $1,004 per credit plus fees for graduates


DEGREES Graduate and undergraduate degrees in visual and performing arts, writing and communications


NOTABLE ALUMNI Norman Lear (All in the Family), Denis Leary (Rescue Me), Jay Leno


19. Loyola Marymount University


LMU's 10-year-old School of Film and Television, which separates itself from the pack by stressing humanism over commercialism, is still all about getting students into the industry: One-third of all students nab internships, which often lead to real jobs (being based in L.A. helps). The new Incubator Lab matches students with real-world mentors for 18 months after graduation -- and funds one winning project. More socially conscious than most, LMU film professors mentor inner-city teens each summer, and some win scholarships. In a changing film and TV industry, new Dean Stephen Ujlaki has a vision for the future.


TUITION $37,605 for undergraduates; $985 per unit, plus tuition and fees for graduates  


DEGREES B.A. in film, TV, animation and recording arts; MFA in film, TV and screenwriting


NOTABLE ALUMNI Brian Helgeland (Mystic River), Francis Lawrence (Water for Elephants), Sean McNamara (Soul Surfer)


20. University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee


UWM is far from the coastal film capitals, but its small program trains mainstream talents -- its grads shot nearly 100 episodes of CSI. It also emphasizes experimental film: Two of Film Comment's top 30 avant-garde filmmakers of the 21st century were alums.


TUITION $18,012


DEGREES BFA in film/video/new genres; MFA in film and video production


NOTABLE ALUMNI Chris Smith (American Movie)


21. Rhode Island School of Design


The 134-year-old RISD's Film, Animation and Video program trains grads in all three disciplines before they choose one. The art forms cross-pollinate: grad Gus Van Sant is a painter/photographer/director, and at RISD he told broke classmate David Byrne, "Maybe the pain of not getting paid will add to your art." After RISD, your art tends to pay off.


TUITION $39,482


DEGREES BFA in Film, Animation and Video


NOTABLE ALUMNI Gus Van Sant (Milk), Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy)


"What RISD trained me for was something that now [is] the most marketable thing there is. I mean, what people are looking for now is individual styles. If you look at all the successful animators these days -- Matt Groening of The Simpsons, Trey [Parker] and Matt [Stone] at South Park, Mike Judge at King of the Hill -- they all have very distinct, original styles, and they feel much more like the RISD philosophy than the other, more specialized schools." -- Seth Macfarlane


22. Chapman University Dodge College of Film & Media Arts


"We're not a trade school," says Dean Bob Bassett. "We're focused on helping young people find jobs -- and that's the hardest thing." Students at the Orange, Calif.-based campus operate like they're at a miniature studio: The directors direct, the writers write, the producers produce, and they work with PR and advertising students taught by new faculty member Dawn Taubin, a former Warners marketing exec.


TUITION $19,600 per semester for undergraduates; $15,420-$20,680 for graduates, depending on the discipline


DEGREES B.A., BFA, M.A. and MFA


NOTABLE ALUMNI Ben York Jones (Like Crazy), Chris Marrs Piliero (director for the Black Keys' "Tighten Up" music video)


"Being a comparatively young film school, Dodge is starting to make a good showing out there in all facets of film and entertainment. It's been interesting how many people I'll run into and find out they went to Chapman as well. It puts you on the same team."  -- Ben York Jones


23. Ringling College of Art and Design


Ringling's 4-year-old Digital Filmmaking program, where Werner Herzog teaches, just graduated its first class, and already they've got two Student Academy Award winners. At the Sarasota, Fla., campus, you direct commercials your first year, documentaries the second, narratives the third and a thesis your fourth. U.S. News and World Report called it America's Most Wired Campus, and digital animation is strong.


TUITION $16,140 per semester


DEGREES BFA in a range of disciplines, including computer animation, digital filmmaking, game design and photography


NOTABLE ALUMNI The school just graduated its first class last year.


"Ringling helped me transform from just a kid who liked playing with cameras into a true, narrative storyteller. It is too early to tell how much of a career impact it has had, but I'm only three months out of an undergrad film school and have had meetings with producers at MTV, IFC, AMC and Screen Gems." -- Recent graduate  Jason Letkiewicz


24. Northwestern University


At Northwestern outside Chicago, you can study writing in America's No. 2 theater and improv town; study film and visual art in a world-class arts capital; do a directing-for-the-screen "module," which involves classes in cinematography, editing and postproduction work or directing. Then then you make your film.


TUITION $41,592


DEGREES B.A./B.S. in radio, television, film history, theory and production of film and media


NOTABLE ALUMNI Greg Berlanti (producer, Green Lantern), Zach Braff  (Garden State)


25. Colorado Film School


In partnership with Regis University, the Denver school charges students as little as $7,000 to make 1,000 BFA movies a year that visiting teacher Rahmin Bahrani (Chop Shop) compares with Columbia's MFA movies. Effects auteur Douglas Trumbull (2001, The Tree of Life) is working to create a green-screen 3D film studio.


TUITION $28,000 for four years for Colorado residents; $58,000 for non-residents


DEGREES BFA, AAS, AGS and certificates in writing, directing, producing, acting, postproduction and cinematography


NOTABLE ALUMNI Aaron Kroger (Total Recall)


NOTE: In compiling this list, we consulted industry insiders, execs, filmmakers and film school grads. We asked participants to rate each program based on the following categories: Alumni / Cost / Facilities / Industry Access / Strength of Faculty.


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The Future of Cities from Oscar Boyson on Vimeo.

This is a conversation starter first, a video second. I’d love to hear your thoughts on cities, the future, and this project.

You can find some more thoughts, reading list and featured interviewees here: medium.com/@oscarboyson/the-future-of-cities-ba4e26c807fe#.lrpyoofi4

Thank you to everybody who contributed! Trust me when I say that even if I didn’t get your footage in the cut, we can feel it in the finished product. I want to keep telling urban stories and building on these ideas - hope you do too. Knowledge is Power.

*note 12/13/16: though the waste management strategy featured in the first shot is used throughout Taiwan and began in Taipei, the truck featured is actually in Changhua.

A collaboration with The Nantucket Project. 
Edited by Thomas Niles
Graphics & Editing by Nate DeYoung
Produced by Sean Barth & Rich Peete 
Executive Producer - Alex Klabin
Assistant Editor - Erin DeWitt
Music by George Langford 
Additional music by William Onyeabor
Re-recording Mixer - Colin Alexander
Color by Irving Harvey

Jim Demuth’s Documentary about Shenzhen: youtu.be/SGJ5cZnoodY
Precipitating Change by Nicol Ragland & Matt Eppedio: youtu.be/d0EPG2F9qzk
cf. city flows by Till Nagel: vimeo.com/173787508

Special Thanks to Kristen & Alex Klabin
Special Thanks to Tom Scott & The Nantucket Project

Full credits in movie.





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Design is about problem solving. A exercise you can try is to give yourself a simple problem before starting the design. For example, instead of just drawing a vehicle or character, ask yourself, what problem does it solve? 


In the homework assignments below, FZD students (term 2) have to design a vehicle that can take you from point A to B, during some type of outbreak or disaster (disease, zombie, bugs, cold, hot, etc.). The vehicles must stay somewhat grounded and real world-ish (no spaceships), and provide simple defence and shelter. 


This simple problem resulted in a variety of solutions. A great way to gain design experience.

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주목할 만한 아티스트: 필립 호다스

필립 호다스(Filip Hodas)는 꽤 오랫동안 주목받은 작가입니다. 그는 초현실적인 3D 컴포지션으로 현재 인스타그램에서 20만 이상의 팔로워를 기록하며 디자인 커뮤니티에서 엄청난 지지를 한 몸에 받고 있습니다. 여기에는 그럴만한 이유가 있습니다. 그의 작품은 인식과 해석의 범위를 초월하며 특히 3D 모델링 작업에서 가히 독창적입니다. 2017년 주목할 만한 크리에이티브 20인 중 1인에 선정된 것을 계기로, 이 놀랍고도 뛰어난 재능을 소유한 디지털 아티스트에 대해 자세히 살펴보는 시간을 가져보려고 합니다.

어도비 스톡: 간략한 자기 소개와 함께 크리에이티브 경력에 대해 말씀해 주시겠습니까?

필립 호다스: 인사드립니다. 제 이름은 필립 호다스고, 현재 체코 프라하에서 거주 중인 24살의 디지털 아티스트입니다. 지난 7년 동안 크리에이티브 업계에 있었습니다. 처음에는 친구들과 함께 연주한 공연용 포스터를 만드는 그래픽 디자이너로 시작했습니다. 거기서 점점 발전해 규모가 더 큰 행사나 기업을 위한 홍보물을 만들기 시작했습니다. 2015년 프라하에 있는 에이전시에서 일할 즈음에, 시간이 날 때마다 제가 늘 하고 싶어했던 3D 그래픽을 시도하기 시작했습니다. 더 잘 해보고 싶고 가능한 빨리 배우고 싶은 마음에 매일 하나씩 이미지를 만들었습니다. 2016년 초에 프리랜서로 복귀해서는 3D 작업을 주로 했었는데 어느 정도 성공을 거두었습니다.

어도비 스톡디지털 아트를 전문적으로 시작하게 된 계기는 무엇입니까?

필립 호다스: 대학에 다닐 때였습니다. 전공 과목이 그다지 재미있지 않았고 학업을 마치려는 의욕도 어느새 시들해졌습니다. 두 번째 학기가 반쯤 지났을 때 자퇴를 결심했고 그 다음에 무엇을 할까 고민했죠. 직업으로 삼을 수 있을 정도로 제가 유일하게 할 수 있는 일이라고는 포토샵으로 이미지를 만드는 것이었으므로 한번 해보기로 결심하고 DJ나 공연 기획자로 일하는 친구들을 상대로 그래픽 디자인을 해주기 시작했습니다. 수입이 많지는 않았지만 적어도 하고 싶던 일을 했었고, 곧 매주 여러 건의 포스터를 작업하게 되었습니다. 그러다가 일러스트레이터를 배우기 시작했고 로고나 다른 인쇄물(브로셔, 스티커, 커버 등)에까지 분야를 ‘확장’해 나갔습니다. 한편으로 웹 디자인과 디지털 드로잉/페인팅 작업도 해봤는데 저와 잘 맞지 않아서 나머지 분야에 더 많이 집중하면서 일을 계속했습니다.

어도비 스톡스톡 이미지에 대한 생각은 어떠한지, 그러한 인식이 바뀌고 있는지 궁금합니다.

필립 호다스: 앞서 언급한 에이전시에서 근무할 때는 스톡 이미지를 꽤나 많이 사용했습니다.(그 회사는 캘린더와 다이어리를 제작했는데 60-70%는 스톡에서 가져온 것이었습니다.) 솔직히 스톡 이미지에 대해 깊게 생각한 것은 아니었고 그냥 사용했습니다. 스톡 사진 없이는 수많은 광고 대행이 불가능하다고 생각될 정도입니다. 사진 몇 장을 얻기 위해 사진 작가와 모델을 고용하고 장비와 스튜디오를 대여하거나 전 세계를 상대로 촬영 경비를 대는 것은 많은 기업이나 기업가가 감당하기에는 비용이 큽니다. 심지어 창의적인 작품의 경우에도 스톡 사진은 매트 페인팅, 사진 변형 또는 단순한 텍스처에서 없어서는 안 될 요소입니다. 개인적으로 스톡 이미지를 빈번하게 사용하는 편은 아니지만 제 생각에 스톡 이미지의 사용 여부는 매우 사실적인 설정이 필요하거나 스톡 이미지 없이는 재현하기 힘든 작업을 시작하기 전 주어진 작업 시간에 따라 달라진다고 생각합니다.

어도비 스톡작품 스타일을 설명해 주시겠습니까?

필립 호다스: 솔직히 잘 모르겠습니다. 많은 것을 한 곳에 던져놓고 최고의 것이 탄생하길 바란다고나 할까요. 보통 사실적인 룩이나 환경과 초현실적이고 기이하거나 약간 다른 것과의 접목을 시도하는 편입니다.

어도비 스톡영감은 어디에서 얻습니까?

필립 호다스: 보통 밖에 나갈 시간이 많지 않아 인터넷이나 책을 많이 보는데 거기에는 기상천외한 소재가 널려 있습니다. 동일한 장르나 스타일의 사람들로부터 영감을 얻는 것은 피하고 주로 사진, 조각, 서적, 그림이나 드로잉을 찾아서 보는 편입니다. 대부분 사소한 디테일에서 꼬리에 꼬리를 물고 아이디어가 연쇄적으로 떠오르기도 합니다.

어도비 스톡: 2017년에 흥미로운 작업이 있다면 무엇입니까?

필립 호다스: 아직 구체적인 계획을 세우지 않아서 말하기가 어렵습니다. 대규모의 개인 프로젝트와 기업 프로젝트 등 소수의 프로젝트에 집중하고 다른 아티스트와 공동 작업도 해 보고 싶습니다. 또한 모션 디자인에도 도전해 보고 싶은데, 이는 시간이 좀 걸릴 것 같습니다.

어도비 스톡마지막 질문으로, 요즘 작업할 때 즐겨 듣는 음악은 무엇입니까?

필립 호다스: 전에는 드럼과 베이스 연주를 많이 듣곤 했는데, 지난 몇 년 전부터 속도가 느린 미니멀한 실험적인 테크노, 딥하우스나 아주 느린 일렉트로닉 음악을 듣기 시작했습니다. 저는 일할 때 서서히 느려지고 조금 어둡거나 감성적인 음색을 띤 분위기 있는 곡을 선호합니다.

상기 이미지 전체 – 필립 호다스 제공. 앞으로 더 많은 이미지가 제공될 예정입니다. 필립 호다스의 작품을 더 감상하려면 인스타그램(Instagram)페이스북(Facebook) 및 비핸스(Behance) 페이지를 방문해 보십시오.



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