Global Film Studio creates Film Academies and Film Centers that offer training courses in several areas of production (acting, directing, producing and writing) to young filmmakers. Global Film Studio’s executive team members come from a long history of creating and running film teaching programs.
In early 2000, Mr. Pischiutta held his International Film Workshops program in Toronto, Canada for three consecutive years. Daria Trifu was a student of his 2000 Workshops; following the program she went on to become a successful film producer.
In 2005, Bruno Pischiutta and Daria Trifu created a film training program in West Africa. They opened the Toronto Pictures Film Academy of Ghana and they financed it for over two years. Consequentially, 150 young talented filmmakers were trained during that time and, today, the Academy continues operations and it self-sustains its costs by producing in-house films that are subsequently sold worldwide. Over 70 percent of all talents trained at the Academy have been employed by production companies, TV stations and radio networks in West Africa and beyond. Additionally, most of these talents were employed and they worked on the set of Pischiutta's production of the professional, 35 mm, Hollywood standard feature film “Punctured Hope”.
Between 2012 and 2014, Pischiutta and Trifu organized the International Film Workshops program in Brasov, Romania.
Some of the notable young talents who participated in the Workshops over the years and who went on to follow successful careers include actors Christina Macris, Ruffy Quansah, Belinda Siamey, Andrei Neamtu, Sophia Gilberto and Denisa Barvon.
The Workshops program in Romania was so successful that it actually attracted participants from several countries such as Germany, Serbia, Russia, South Africa, Canada, Cuba and even from the United States. The workshops were filmed and the shooting amounts to over 30 hours of footage. Global Film Studio is producing and it will release a complete DVD set of the program which will be available for purchase worldwide.
At present, Bruno Pischiutta is teaching the workshops on a one-to-one basis to special film talents who are on their way to stardom. He may be available to hold public workshops on request.
As a memoire, here is one of the TV commercials that have run on Romanian TV between 2012 - 2014:
Commercial promoting Bruno Pischiutta's 'International Film Workshops'. It aired on Romanian TV in 2014.
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