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New York Film Academy

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New York Film Academy (NYFA)
New York Film Academy
College of Visual and Performings Arts
Other name
MottoThe most hands-on intensive programs in the world
TypePrivate for-profit film school and acting school
PresidentMichael J. Young
Academic staff
Students5,000 per year
CampusNew York City, New York; Los Angeles, California; South Beach, Florida; Gold Coast, Australia; Florence, Italy
Other campusesHarvard University; Paris, France; Moscow, Russia; Beijing, China; Shanghai, China
Colors          Black, White, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow

New York Film Academy – School of Film and Acting (NYFA) is a private for-profit film school and acting school based in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami. The New York Film Academy was founded in 1992 by Jerry Sherlock, a former film, television and theater producer.[1] It was originally located at the Tribeca Film Center. In 1994, NYFA moved to 100 East 17th Street, the former Tammany Hall building in the Union Square. After 23 years of occupancy, the academy relocated from Tammany Hall to 17 Battery Place.[2]

As of 2012, the school has 400+ employees[3] and over 5,000 students per year (many of them from outside the United States).[4] NYFA offers master, bachelor, and associate degrees, as well as one- and two-year conservatory programs, short-term workshops, and youth programs and summer camps.[5]

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The college was founded in 1992 by Jerry Sherlock, a former film, television, and theatre producer. Originally located at the Tribeca Film Center, NYFA moved to 100 East 17th Street, the former Tammany Hall building in Union Square in 1994. After 23 years of occupancy, the college relocated from Tammany Hall to 17 Battery Place in 2015, where the school currently resides.


NYFA offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs, certificates, and workshops. It is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission.

New York Film Academy branch located in the Whitehall Building in Downtown Manhattan near Battery Park
New York Film Academy: College of Visual and Performing Arts located in Burbank, California, next to Warner Brothers

NYFA's disciplines of study include filmmaking, Producing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Digital editing, Documentary Filmmaking, Acting for Film, 3D Animation and Visual Effects, Entertainment Media, Photography, Game Design, Musical Theater and Virtual Reality, as well as an English as a second language program that aims to combine traditional language learning with activities related to the arts. In 2007, NYFA partnered with NBC News to start a program in Broadcast Journalism. In 2010 the contract between NYFA and NBC expired, but the broadcast journalism programs at NYFA continue to be offered by many of the original faculty. NYFA degree programs, workshops, and short-term courses are held around the world. Summer workshops are offered at Harvard University. International locations include Australia, Florence, Paris, Beijing, and Shanghai. Other international locations are offered at various times of the year.


Since 2007, NYFA has collaborated with museums and major art institutions to organize cultural and filmmaking education initiatives for teens and young adults. Since 2010, the New York Film Academy has partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Working closely with each individual institution, the Film Academy contributes resources in curriculum development, teaching staff, and equipment to deliver programs that teach students the creative art of the moving image, as well as the importance and value of all forms of art and the institutions that preserve, protect and display them. The partnering institutions include:

NYFA founded 10 ARTS Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers scholarship and funding opportunities for storytellers. The public can volunteer with the organization, donate to a program or educational project.

10 ARTS has NYFA Alliances with National Geographic, TheMET, BAFTA, NASA, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, The Writers Guild Foundation, Warner Brothers, USAID, National Coalition Against Censorshop, The Hilaria & Alec Baldwin Foundation, USO, TEDx, MultiChoice, Alexandra Skiba Memorial Scholarship, Tribeca Film Festival, AT&T, New York Public Library, Inter-American Development Bank, Fulbright, and more.

The Board of Trustees includes journalist and filmmaker Tony Harris, and film/TV producer Shkh. Al-Zain S. Al-Sabah, Jack McColgan, and Heidi Wissmiller.

Notable faculty

NYFA draws faculty who are active, working professionals in their fields, many of whom are award winners or have formerly taught at such prestigious institutions as Tisch School of the Arts, Columbia University, AFI Conservatory, University of Southern California, Stanford University, Harvard University, Yale University and University of California, Los Angeles.[11] Notable faculty members have included SAG Award-winning actor Matthew Modine, BAFTA Award-winning cinematographer Anthony B. Richmond BSC, ASC, film critic Peter Rainer, actor Bill Duke, writer Heather Hach, director Nag Ashwin, filmmaker Mark Lester, actress Brenda Vaccaro, actor Louis Gossett Jr., actor Mark Olsen, actress and musical theater performer Kristy Cates, director Adam Nimoy, game designer Chris Swain, director Claude Kerven, screenwriter Jim Jennewein, actress Lynda Goodfriend, and actor/director Michael Zelniker.

Notable alumni


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  2. ^ "Film School and Theater Clear Out of Tammany Hall Ahead of Retail Makeover". October 2015.
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  4. ^ Rice, Andrew. "How the New York Film Academy discovered gold in the developing world," Politico (April 16, 2012).
  5. ^ Shand, Laura (2012-10-01). "New York Film Academy studying abroad". The Independent. London. Archived from the original on 2022-06-18.
  6. ^ "Brooklyn Museum Gallery/Studio Program Announces Registration for Fall Semester 2007" (PDF).
  7. ^ "TEEN TAKES ON THE BIENNIAL". Archived from the original on 2013-07-31.
  8. ^ "Summer Intensive—Art and Film: A Hands-on Digital Filmmaking Workshop".
  9. ^ "NYFA Collaborates with NASA on Telescope | New York Film Academy". Retrieved 2018-04-23.
  10. ^ "New York Film Academy - REDucation - Red Camera Training". Retrieved 2018-04-23.
  11. ^ "Academic background NYFA teachers". New York Film Academy. Archived from the original on 2008-08-21.
  12. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2017-10-25). "'Grey's Anatomy' Spinoff': Alberto Frezza To Co-Star In Shondaland Series For ABC". Deadline. Retrieved 2021-07-11.
  13. ^ "Too Big to Sail?". Vanity Fair. 13 October 2010.
  14. ^ ""Sharia" film screening and Q & A with alumnus Film Director Anouar H. Smaine". Eastern Michigan University International Week. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
  15. ^ "Rejected by Sundance, Arab Immigrant's life turned upside down in Anouar H. Smaine's "Sharia"". Indiewire. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
  16. ^ "MFA Filmmaking Grad Produces Feature 'El Freeman'". New York Film Academy Blog. 2015-05-26. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  17. ^ "New Moon Star Justine Wachsberger – Film School Blog – New York Film Academy". Retrieved January 20, 2010.
  18. ^ Chang, Kee (November 7, 2015). "Screen Test: Lana Condor". Anthem Magazine.
  19. ^ "'La Reina del Flow 2': los que repiten y los nuevos en la serie". El Tiempo. April 15, 2021. Retrieved April 18, 2021.
  20. ^ "Nara Rohit Celebrates his Birthday Today". Archived from the original on November 12, 2012. Retrieved December 7, 2012.
  21. ^ "From the Olympics to "Vikings" with New York Film Academy Acting Alum Ragga Ragnars". New York Film Academy. January 5, 2018. Retrieved December 27, 2018.
  22. ^ "Financing Your Indie Film and Developing an Audience: Rohit Gupta". New York Film Academy. June 28, 2012.
  23. ^ Robinson, Sean. "5 Questions with Filmmaker Sean Robinson of Naked, Puritans". The Advocate. Retrieved January 12, 2014.
  24. ^ "Shaquille O'Neal Graduating From New York Film Academy; Wants To be A Director". Indiewire.
  25. ^ Mushtaq, Mariam. "Shahzad Sheikh's Interview". Retrieved July 21, 2015.[permanent dead link]

External links

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