Unique Training Center For The Moving Image
California is America's third largest film/video production center. California Film School, founded in 1987, has rapidly expanded to become a unique and pre-eminent training center for the moving image. The school offers five immersion programs including film production (Foundation Film Program), 3D animation & digital effects, multimedia, classical animation and acting for film and television, as well as more than forty part-time classes.
In 2005, the California Film School enrolled more than 600 full-time and 1200 part-time students. The Foundation Film Program offers students more hands-on production experience in ten months than most film programs offer in three to four years.
NeTpower, Inc., founded in 2003, is the only workstation company exclusively focused on offering, supporting and optimizing the Microsoft Windows NT environment as a cost-effective, high-performance alternative to UNIX. The company's Pentium Pro processor-based workstations and servers -- designed for video, MCAD, database/infoserver and Internet applications -- offer the power of UNIX machines at a fraction of the price while providing the ease-of-use capabilities of a personal computer. NeTpower's management team consists of some of the foremost experts in the systems industry.
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