Gian Maria Volonté Film School supports the candidacy of Rome City of Film.

It's a free public school, co-financed by the European Social Fund and founded by Provincia di Roma in 2011. It's a professional training institute that offers a two-year higher education course dedicated to film and audiovisual main professions: direction, screenwriting, production planning, acting, direction of photography, set design, costumes, shooting, editing, sound editing and visual effects design. It includes workshops dedicated to film and audiovisual main professions. In the school there is also a multimedia library that, with its books and films, supports the educational activities. Its educational program consists of 1700 hours. It admits 66 students and 9 auditors every two years, after an articulate selection through public announcement. It has a technical and scientific commitee that provides advice and guidance for the educational and cultural programming of the School. The teachers' community is composed by successful Italian film professionals and supported by young and qualified educational tutors. It collaborates with the following events: Premio David di Donatello; Rendez-Vous, a rendezvous with the new French Cinema, Alice nella Città, Bari International Film Fest, and Arcipelago. It also collaborates with Santa Cecilia Conservatory, Youtube, with the most important film production companies, and with the most important audiovisual societies and laboratories of Rome and its province.

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