files/pictures/picture-35.jpgVideo Symphony, a Hollywood TV, film and DVD education center, has received approval to issue between one and 20 visas to enable international students to travel to California to enroll in classes. Located in Burbank, California, Video Symphony is an authorized training center for Avid, Apple, DigiDesign, Sonic Solutions, Adobe, Alias, Boris and Newtek. The center provides professional-level instruction in post-production for feature films, TV, video and DVD.
Mike Flanagan, president, Video Symphony, said, "We are elated. This long-sought privilege means that we will have a broader exchange of ideas and more diversity in our classrooms and enables students worldwide to enroll in our world leading programs. There are now no borders here. Video Symphony's mantra is to foster productivity and creativity in TV, film, video and DVD production techniques by applying an accelerated learning process to a very focused area-entertainment media production."
Video Symphony has placed hundreds of students and program graduates into paid positions at major entertainment, post-production and broadcasting companies, including ABC, CBS, DirecTV, Disney Animation, E! Entertainment Television, FOX, the Motion Picture Editors Guild, MTV, NBC, Nickelodeon, Paramount, Sony Pictures Imageworks, UPN, VH1, Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures Animation. Video Symphony is located at 731 N. Hollywood Way, Burbank, California, 91505. For more information call (818) 557-7200, or visit www.videosymphony.com