Colorado Film School, formerly CFVI Studios, in Denver,
has a comprehensive production-based curriculum in state-of-the-art
The mission of the Colorado Film School is three-fold:
1. The Colorado Film School is dedicated to pre-professional training
of students planning careers in the film and video industries. It
focuses on the intersection of art, technology and commerce as it
relates to narrative audio/video techniques. An educational philosophy
that encourages industry-engaged projects and hands-on instructional
methods underlies the program.
Students who complete the
program have a professional level portfolio and are qualified to either
work anywhere in the field of their chosen emphasis or continue their
education in a graduate program.
2. The Colorado Film School
acts as a catalyst for local film and video production, challenging,
enabling, and stimulating growth through original production,
state-of-the-art training and through development of a strong, diverse
pool of Colorado residents who are skilled in all aspects of the film
and video industries.
3. The Colorado Film School aims to serve
as an industry-wide resource for research and development in production
by expanding its boundaries of technology and creative expression, and
by exploring new models for funding and distributing film and video
film school with over 500 students, 25 faculty, creating over 1,000
original films per year. Students earn Certificates, AAS, and AGS
degrees. CFS identified by International Cinematographers Guild (ICG)
Magazine as one of the "superlative" film programs in the nation.
Hollywood Reporter recently named CFS as one the top 25 film schools in