Industry-leading publication The Hollywood Reporter featured Azusa Pacific University's cinematic arts program in their article, "L.A. and New York Film Schools That Fly Under the Radar." As one of the best local film schools in the entertainment hub of Hollywood, APU's program aims to train transformative storytellers so they can impact the film industry.
The Hollywood Reporter writer Mia Galuppo shared, "Thirty miles outside Hollywood, Azusa Pacific offers a film program that sees undergraduate students make three short films in their first year, eventually working their way up to a 15-minute senior thesis film with a university-matched budget. Production class sizes run between eight and 10 students."
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