Which is the First film school of the world?

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Q. Which is the First film school of the world? (December 2023, UGC NET)

1. Mascow Film school

2. Perish Film school

3. Bancour Film school

4. British Film school

Correct Ans: (1)

Explanation: The Moscow Film School, also known as the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), is recognized as the first film school in the world. It was established in 1919 by the Russian filmmaker Vladimir Gardin. VGIK has played a significant role in the development of cinematic education and has been influential in training generations of filmmakers, screenwriters, and other professionals in the film industry. The school’s establishment marked the beginning of formal education and training in the art and science of filmmaking, setting a precedent for other film schools around the globe. Therefore, the Moscow Film School is historically significant as the pioneering institution for cinematic education.

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