The film schools in Germany : Berlin, Hamburg, Munich…

It was not only in France or in the United States to explore the realization and the other trades in the audiovisual sector. The film schools are present in most countries of the world, especially in european countries.

In the early 2000s, a new wave of German hatched. More and more films are produced and distributed internationally. Some have spoken of a revival of a cinema in difficulty these past few decades. This revival is due in large part to the outbreak of the filmmakers of a new generation, it has passed through the film schools. If they have grown up with a film more commercial, they have been trained to learn how to make a movie artistic quality.

The film schools in German are more numerous and their financial guarantee to the movies of the end of studies as well as visibility and dissemination in the cinemas of the country. In order to study in these schools, it is necessary of course to speak German, which can be a barrier to some students. It is possible to make language camps to develop his skills in German.

Among the many German schools, the most famous are the following :

  • Deutschen Film und Fernsehakademie in Berlin (DDFB)
  • Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne
  • Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg
  • The Hochschule für Film und Fernsehen “Konrad Wolf” in Potsdam-Babelsberg
  • Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film in Munich

The Deutschen Film und Fernsehakademie , or German Academy of film and television in Berlin is perhaps the most famous of them all. It is a private school located in Berlin. It is possible to find a language course in Berlin before applying to or joining the school. The directors emerged from this school have fought to put an end to the commercial cinema consists of comedies mediocre and sub-hollywood films. Over the years, they have managed to impose an auteur’s smart and modern, seen in many festivals around the world. It is a destination of choice for young movie fans desiring to learn their craft in a cultural context rich and marked by history.

For more information about the school, we recommend that its institutional website, available in English and German.

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