- Provide a solid theoretical foundation students in economics, law or history of cinema and audiovisual, which will allow them, during their future careers, enrich their perception of the profession and to facilitate decision making.
- Integrate students into the labor market through internships, making them immediately operational and, therefore, attractive to industry recruiters. This is all the more important that it is a sector operating mainly through networks.
The objective of the training concerns trades loaded or production assistant in the short term in a film production company, programming assistant in a large terrestrial channel or head of research for a regulatory authority such as THAT'S IT.
Eventually, they may consider working as programmer or marketing manager at a movie distributor, editorial manager within a channel or director of acquisitions for a distributor, etc ...
PUBLIC CONCERNEDThe Hautes Film Studies is designed for students +3, holders of a license or a Grande Ecole degree, such as graduate students of ESRA.
Applicants must demonstrate an interest in the professions of cinema and audiovisual sector. They must provide a cover letter and resume, and spend interview.
About the School
ESRA is a French Film School, created in 1972, it is the only private school entitled by the French government to issue and deliver a State degree (French bachelor).