Audiences all over the world are becoming more interested in watching foreign films and TV series. With that in mind, we ask: What’s the power of effective storytelling?
In September of 2021, we saw Netflix’s South Korean series Squid Game become the number one streaming show on the platform with season two already in the works.
There’s a general increase of interest in international foreign films for all ages. To name a few: Parasite, Spirited Away, Ponyo, and Earwig and the Witch from Studio Ghibli.
Is meaningful storytelling more important than a language barrier?
At Digital Film Academy, we believe in the power of storytelling. Our goal is to give you all of the tools necessary to succeed in film and media. We empower you to become your own production company, fulfilling your own goals and working towards your dreams.
At DFA you will learn Cinematography, Editing, and New Media Technologies, to mention a few of the classes. With the help of your instructors, you will look at film work of the past to build the foundation for your successful future.
We are proud to have many international students join us for our film and media programs. DFA is approved to issue I-20s to international students.
Conveniently, we have locations in New York and Atlanta. With hybrid classes you will be able to attend at either of our campuses or online anywhere in the world.
For more information about international student experiences at DFA, check out this video: https://youtu.be/Aa5b6sz5pO0
Are you interested in checking out some international films? Take a look at these recommendations from Digital Film Academy!
- AI Love You, a Thai Film by former DFA student, Stephan Zlotescu:
- Manta Ray by Former DFA student, Phuttiphong Aroonpheng: