As Global Movie Industry Takes Off, Taiwan Leaps Back into the Spotlight. The New York Film Academy—“Where Stars Are Made”—to Discuss Collaboration Plans with I-Shou University, Taipei National Univer

New York Film Academy Vice President and Consultant of International Relations Kitty Koo has long kept a close eye on Chinese cinematic development. During the interview, Koo expressed that cultivating talent remains Taiwan’s most pressing concern for the successful development of its film industry.
長期觀察華人電影發展的紐約電影學院(New York Film Academy)副總裁暨國際部顧問Kitty Koo接受本刊專訪時表示,台灣若要成功發展電影產業,目前最缺乏的,其實就是發展電影產業的人才。

The American film industry has a 150 year history and possesses a comprehensive supply and value chain. The New York Film Academy (NYFA) is renowned for providing hands-on learning experiences. One of the main reasons for its successful track record of attracting and grooming outstanding movie-making professionals lies in the institution's “Learn by Doing” mentality. In this innovative learning environment, students have access to the newest, most intensive, and most practical movie-making knowledge, which differs from other institutions that only provide lessons in theory.
美國電影產業發展已有150年歷史,擁有完整產業供應鏈與價值鏈,紐約電影學院即是著重電影實作經驗的最重要代表,它能夠吸引並培育優秀的電影人才就讀,主要在於「從作中學」(Learn by Doing)的思維,在創新學習環境中,讓學生獲得第一手、最密集以及最實用的電影知識,而非其他電影學院通常只提供理論練習。

NYFA currently operates workshops in Paris, London, Los Angeles, Brazil, India, Africa, China, Australia, and various Southeast Asian countries. At present, the academy is exploring collaboration possibilities with Taiwan's I-Shou University, Taipei National University of the Arts, and National Taiwan University of Arts.
紐約電影學院目前在包括巴黎、倫敦、洛杉磯、巴西、印度、非洲、中國及澳洲和東南亞等地都設有workshop,目前也在和台灣的義守大學、北藝大和台藝大洽談合作的可能。

Caption:One of the reasons for New York Film Academy’s successful track record of attracting and grooming outstanding movie-making professionals lies in the institution's “Learn by Doing” mentality.
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