Evansville, Indiana
The Evansville, Indiana Film Connection Film School

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Your Evansville Film School Alternative

America’s most revolutionary film school is right here in Evansville! We’re Evansville Film Connection and our unique mentorship program gives you the real-world experience and connections at a fraction of the price of overhyped film programs. We offer an exceptional 6-month behind the scenes program that will be pair you with a experienced film professionals in your chosen concentration. Other students who select our 8-month director track will be connected with local mentors and additional dream mentors, working industry pros in Los Angeles, who will regularly check-in with you as you put together your film project. During the final week of the program, you will be flown out to L.A. to meet with your dream mentors and pitch your project to industry vets who greenlight projects regularly in Hollywood.

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Evansville, Indiana is located along a bend in the Ohio River in southwestern Indiana–a bustling mid-size city of just under 120,000 people. Famous people hailing from Evansville include Fox News correspondent Casey Stegall, L.A. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly, and actors Ron Glass (Barney Miller), Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Avery Brooks (Spenser for Hire). Indiana is a film-friendly state with a helpful state film office and numerous annual film festivals–an excellent choice for aspiring film directors, film producers and film editors who prefer the small-town feel to the hustle and bustle of L.A. or New York.

Major movies, commercials, TV shows and documentaries are filmed all over Indiana on a regular basis, including locations in and around Evansville. Some of the baseball field scenes in A League of Their Own were shot at Evansville's Bosse Field. Additional films shot in Evansville and surrounding regions of Indiana include Hoosiers, Eagle Eye and Eight Men Out, among others. Television production is no stranger to Evansville, either; the exterior shots for the sitcom Rosanne were all shot in Evansville, as well as episodes of WWF Raw.

FILM CONNECTION Film School of Evansville provides an inexpensive, six month course that matches you with a working film or television professional in the Evansville area, who serves as your personal instructor/mentor. You will gain valuable hands-on experience while making vital industry connections. Come see why 70 percent of FILM CONNECTION graduates get permanent jobs, sometimes even before graduating.

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