How Film Schools Adjusted to Virtual Learning and Quarantined Student Movies

COVID-19 has made education more complicated, but here’s how some schools and students are coping

This story about film schools first appeared in the college issue of TheWrap magazine.

When school wrapped for the spring semester after classes everywhere had abruptly shifted online, film schools across the country began planning what a fall semester would look like under COVID-19: reduced class sizes, rigorous safety standards for production students, hybrid virtual learning and more.

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Brian Welk

Brian Welk

Film Reporter • brian.welk@thewrap.com • Twitter: @brianwelk