Ten things you need to know about the NYU Film School

1.Known as the largest undergraduate film program in the nation, the legendary NYU Film School has turned out successful film makers such as Ang Lee, Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, Oliver Stone, Jim Jarmusch, Marta Coolidge, Amy Heckerling, the Coens, Martin Brest, Susan Seidelman etc.

2.The film program at the notable Tisch school at NYU holds a good place among the most competitive programs of its kind in the United States.

3.The Production Center features industry-standard equipment such as Beta-cam SP, Final Cut Pro, XPress, Symphony, Pro Tools, Avid Media Composer and Xpress DV.

4.Students will be able to explore the aesthetic and theoretical processes of film editing in modern and classic films.

5.The New York University film school believes in the concept of learning by practice rather than just learning theory from books.  Students will find ample opportunity for both academic training and hands-on experience.

6.The undergraduate program charges $10,500 a year in tuition and admission is based on academic criteria alone.

7.The Todman Center for Film and Television, one of the NYU's newest facilities houses a 3200 square foot film and television soundstage with a 50X30 cyclorama, roll-up chroma-key drops, surrounding drapes in two colors, and audio and video control rooms.

8.Teaching soundstages are fully equipped and here you can take classes in titles, storyboarding, history, drawing, criticism etc.

9.Recruiters from  Warner Brothers, Dreamworks, Disney, LucasCraft, etc often visit the campus to see what students are up to.

10.The department offers programs in television,  film, radio, cinema studies, interactive telecommunications,  dramatic writing and photography.