Lights, camera, action!
The Georgia Film Academy non-credit certification program is comprised of 18 credit hours specifically designed to provide students with a basic level of on-set film production skills, knowledge, and experience with film-industry standard organizational structure, professional equipment, and on-set procedures.
The first course, Film 1100 / GFA 1000 (non-credit) Introduction to On-Set Film Production, combines classroom instruction and hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment. The GFA also offers Specialty Craft Courses for advanced training in specialized crafts, like Special Makeup Effects, Production Accounting & Office Management, Set Construction & Scenic Painting, Post Production/AVID Editing, Lighting & Electric and Grip & Rigging.
Eligible students may apply for the competitive GFA Film & Television Production Internship course where they learn and hone their craft while working on the crew of a professional production.
Classes for the Film 1100 / GFA 1000 (non-credit) Introduction to On-Set Film Production course are taught at OFS Studios, 6305 Crescent Drive, in Norcross.