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New York Film Academy Paris April 24, 2011 – Open House

Shooting a movie in Paris - Place MongeFor those interested in film studies, I received a request to post this Open House event information.

New York Film Academy Provost/Recteur Michael Young and Director of Admissions Tami Alexander will discuss the Bachelor and Master degree programs offered at the New York Film Academy, in addition to the variety of hands-on film and acting workshops. Information will also be provided about the New York Film Academy Summer Program in Paris.

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The event will be held at the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris Hotel, Champollion Meeting Room, 51-57, rue de Courcelles, Paris, France 75008 on Sunday, April 24th from 3pm to 5pm.

Questions? Please contact Michael Young at myoung@nyfa.edu. Follow the New York Film Academy blog.

The New York Film Academy is an accredited film school and acting school with locations in New York City, Los Angeles, and Abu Dhabi. We offer courses in Filmmaking, Acting, Producing, Screenwriting, Computer Animation, Photography, Musical Theatre, and More! Students can elect to take our one year, two year, short-term, and evening programs – or earn an Associate, Bachelor, or Master of Fine Arts degree.

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