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Cape Town International Film School

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<p> <strong>Attended</strong>: 2002<br> <strong>Recommend</strong>: Yes <p> CTIFS is a school for people who know what htey need to know about film before they go there, as the teachers are non existent or useless, so if you already know all the aspects of production and only need a school for use of equipment, there is a limited supply, but the possibilities are better than at most schools since they only have around 20-30 students. It is a school which functions more as a production company, but everything is left to oneself to know what to do. The cost of living down there is very affordable, as well as the tuition only costing a mere 2,000$ dollars. So if you are already knowledged in the area, know your know hows, etc, then check it out because it would basically mean you living in cape town, going to school when you like, shooting films once a month or so... <p> <p> but keep in mind, dont expect to be taught anything; in this school you gotta learn it yourself. <p> <p> Otherwise check out AFDA's new campus in CAPE TOWN if you need a more rigourous program, but beware: the price is $3000!!!! <p> <p> A good idea to attain an undergraduate degree, and then head over to the US for the grad. programs. <p> <strong>Reviewer's Location</strong>: Palma, Mallorca, Illes Baleares Espana <p> <p> --------<br> <strong>Note</strong>: <em>This review was auto-imported from an older LOAFS database. A "Yes" recommendation has been translated into a rating of ten. A "No" has been translated into a rating of one</em>.<br> -------- <b>Review Submitted by:</b> Nicholas Thaulow (unverified)