NESA's Cinema program
hands-on experience for students on the art
and science of this collaborative art. Students
learn about the history and function of cinema and
animation, film production techniques, film scripting and
composition. Our filmmakers produce works for presentation
in national-level competitions. Advanced students
research, write, direct and edit documentaries, fiction
films, and animation pieces.
See more films by NESA Cinema students on Time Warner's "On Demand" channel 988 under independent film!
The AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL chose films by four NESA Cinema students to be screened this year! Congratulations to JOSE COUVILLON (Jr) for "Tie Your Shoes", TYLER NGYUEN (Jr) for "Mimic", RYKER MCINNIS (Jr) for "Love Soup", and CHRISTIAN PEREZ (graduated last May) for "Hamartia".
On 9/30/2013, SA Living (NBC) showed a film by ISABELLA CABELLO (Jr) called "120 Lbs." Congrats to Ryker McInnis, who placed 2nd in this year's Gong Short Film Festival.
are currently attending
UCLA, NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, the Art Institute of Chicago, California Institute of the Arts, Savannah College of Art & Design, Loyola University at Chicago, UT Arlington, UT Austin, UT Dallas, UT San Antonio, Lycoming College, Austin Community College, UTSA, St. Mary's University and St. Edwards University