Winter / Spring Program

ICF students introduced to the Red Camera

Winter/Spring Program - two 10-week semesters of intermediate and advanced classes, which provide continuity and increased skills for our growing student body of 600 alumni.

Classes include, but are not limited to:

  • Screenwriting
  • Producing
  • Directing
  • Cinematography
  • Grip
  • Electric
  • Sound
  • Avid Editing
  • 3D Visual Effects
  • Graphic Design
  • Advertising
  • Marketing
  • Documentary Filmmaking
  • Film Screenings
  • Guest Speaker Symposiums

Classes are - 3 to 4 hours each, 5 times a week and available from September - April for all of our Summer Program graduates. Depending on students' college and work schedules, they engage in courses that are of interest to them and that pertain to their career aspirations.

Throughout the year there are many industry opportunities provided for our students that include, but are not limited to:

(1) Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences invitation to attend free screenings and Q & A with industry professionals.
(2) AMPAS invited our students, for 3 years in a row, to carry Oscars® down the red carpet into the Kodak Theater prior to the Academy Awards®. Visit and Parade of the Oscars®.
(3) American Cinema Editors invite our students to participate in the ACE Student Editing Award Competition and to attend their annual ACE EDDIE Awards.
(4) The Motion Picture Sound Editors invite our students to work and attend their annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards Banquet.
(5) American Society of Cinematographers are guest speakers and also invite our students to attend their annual open house.
(6) Since 2000, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has hosted our students to attend the Sundance Film Festival and meet filmmakers, distributors, and marketing executives over a six day period in Park City, Utah.

"ICF is not just a great film program but also a stage of personal growth and wisdom."   Christian Aguilar, Class of 2009


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