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Georgia Film Academy Opens Spring 2024 Course Registration at Georgia College and State University

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Hands-on training provides workforce development in the digital entertainment and creative industries

ATLANTA (December 19, 2023) – Georgia Film Academy (GFA) opened registration for its Spring courses at more than 25 partner institutions across the state, including Georgia College and State University (GCSU). Running from Jan. 8 to April 25, 2024, GFA’s offering will provide workforce training in film and television production industries.

Open to degree and non-degree seeking students, GCSU will offer Introduction to Film & Television Production (GFA 1000) serving as the first six credit hours for the Film & Television Production Certification. 

Since its founding in 2015, the Georgia Film Academy has fulfilled educational needs for Georgia’s film and creative industries bringing professional training to institutions across the state. GFA’s workforce education allows students to learn from industry experts and attend class at industry hubs facilitated with professional-level equipment as well as gain real-life experience through internships working on the sets and in the offices of film and television productions and industry post-production and digital entertainment facilities.

To learn more about GFA’s course offerings and participating institutions, please visit

About the Georgia Film Academy

The Georgia Film Academy (GFA) is a professional organization and unit of the University System of Georgia (USG) committed to leading and advancing the entertainment arts industry and its workforce in Georgia. GFA supports the Georgia Film Consortium (GFC), a unique-in-the-nation collaboration of the university system, the Technical College System of Georgia and independent institutions across the state. Created by state leadership to meet education and workforce needs for high demand careers in Georgia’s film and creative industries, GFC works with more than 25 partner institutions to offer professional courses in film, television, digital entertainment, esports and game development for college credit. Classes may also be taken through continuing education programs at several partner institutions. GFC’s higher education program includes rigorous professional training and may lead to union-covered film and television production craft internships and placement in creative industry apprenticeships and associated jobs. In addition, GFA supports a graduate consortium of USG partner institutions offering master’s degrees in creative arts geared toward content creation in film, television and digital media. GFA provides professional training in the form of post-production education and AVID editing certification. GFA also offers high school teacher training in content creation, production, post-production and esports in partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, providing professional film and television experiences and training as well as curriculum and resources to teachers across the state. Additionally, GFA hosts opportunities for high school students with summer camps in screenwriting, filmmaking and esports. For more information, visit

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