Pentedattilo Film Festival and USC School of Cinematic Arts continue their journey togheter, showing in Italy the best student's shorts of the top Cinema School in the world.
Beginning in 1929 as a partnership with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the evolution of the USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) has paralleled the growth of the entertainment industry. It is the only institution in the world that teaches all the cinematic arts, covering all aspects of film, television and interactive media creation and scholarship. SCA's teaching philosophy, that people learn best by doing, is reflected in the curriculum of its seven divisions: Film & Television Production, The John Wells Division of Writing for Screen & Television, The Bryan Singer Division of Cinema & Media Studies, The John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts, Interactive Media & Games, Media Arts + Practice, and The Peter Stark Producing Program.
The School of Cinematic Arts has been a valued partner to the entertainment industry, training the creative talent as well as the visionary leaders and scholars who have dominated industry movements like the bombastic age of independent filmmaking in the seventies, the rebirth of television at the turn of the 21st century, and the recent explosion of new media platforms. SCA also benefits from being part of the University of Southern California, a world-class research university, as well as its location in Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world.
USC SCA PROGRAMM FOR PENTEDATTILO FILM FESTIVAL
Goodbye, You by Léopold Dewolf
Karen by Aqsa Altaf
Mosquito – The Bite of Passage by Brian Vincent Rhodes & Teng “Eric” Cheng
Negative Feedback Loop by Sabina Vajrača
Nuestro Pais by Mayra Flores
The Plague by Federico Torrado Tobon
Running in a Sleeping River by Zheng Lu Xinyuan