Jordanian film school opens

Jordan's Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts (RSICA) has announced that it will begin accepting applications for its inaugural September courses from February 17, 2008.

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Jordan's Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts (RSICA) has announced that it will begin accepting applications for its inaugural September courses from February 17, 2008.

The post graduate facility, which is a joint effort between the Royal Film Institute of Jordan and the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, will have courses that combine career development and business skills with advanced education in cinema, TV and a range of screen-based media.

The RSICA degree will include practical and theoretical components, and the first students will graduate in 2010.

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