CHICAGO — The Hollywood Reporter ranks DePaul University
13th on its list of the Top
25 American Film Schools of 2018, in an issue released this week. The
publication notes that DePaul’s School of Cinematic Arts gives students
real-world opportunities to work on Chicago’s television and film sets, with
many landing jobs working on television and film productions before they
35,000-square-foot facilities at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios on
the city’s west side include three professional soundstages, green screen
cycloramas, a 3-ton grip truck and high-end editing suites and mixing
studios. The publication also notes an innovative alliance with comedy
icon The Second City to offer degrees in comedy filmmaking.
Faculty in the School of Cinematic Arts are working
professionals, including directors, screenwriters and cinematographers. Another
feature of the program is the L.A. Quarter, when students take classes on a
historic studio lot in Los Angeles and intern at high-profile companies. For
more information, visit http://cdm.depaul.edu/film.