Escuela de Cine UMH

The Escuela de Cine UMH (UMH Film School) is an innovation teaching project aimed at complementing the academic training of students in Audiovisual Communication and Fine Arts, by carrying out audiovisual projects in the field of fiction, developed in conjunction with teachers and professionals in the audiovisual media. Organized firstly in learning modules oriented to audiovisual work (direction, camera, photography, production, sound, post-production, etc.), which are later focused on the making of a short film, the UMH Film School seeks to encourage the development of audiovisual projects among the UMH university community, as well as to promote synergies between teachers, professionals and students, in order to complement academic training in the classroom.

The Escuela de Cine UMH (UMH Film School) is an innovation teaching project aimed at complementing the academic training of students in Audiovisual Communication and Fine Arts, by carrying out audiovisual projects in the field of fiction, developed in conjunction with teachers and professionals in the audiovisual media. Organized firstly in learning modules oriented to audiovisual work (direction, camera, photography, production, sound, post-production, etc.), which are later focused on the making of a short film, the UMH Film School seeks to encourage the development of audiovisual projects among the UMH university community, as well as to promote synergies between teachers, professionals and students, in order to complement academic training in the classroom.

Throughout its trajectory, which dates back to 2015, various media such as La Vanguardia, Cadena SER, Onda Cero, COPE, Cinemanía or Europa Press, among others, have echoed the project. The UMH Film School has also produced short films in its various editions, such as 66.7 (2015); Mírame (2016, screened at the 17th San Juan Film Festival and the 11th Sax International Film Festival); Hell West (2018, screened at the 51st International Film Festival of Catalonia, Sitges, and the Hollywood South Film Festival in Springfield, USA, and awarded Best Practice of Film Schools at the Almeria Western Film Festival, and special mention from the jury at the Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival), among others; and his latest project, Los Bengalas Orquesta (2018). The UMH Film School received in 2016, the funding aid PIEU-2016/23 of the Program for Educational Innovation University PIEU-2016-17 of the University Miguel Hernández.

Throughout its trajectory, which dates back to 2015, various media such as La Vanguardia, Cadena SER, Onda Cero, COPE, Cinemanía or Europa Press, among others, have echoed the project. The UMH Film School has also produced short films in its various editions, such as 66.7 (2015); Mírame (2016, screened at the 17th San Juan Film Festival and the 11th Sax International Film Festival); Hell West (2018, screened at the 51st International Film Festival of Catalonia, Sitges, and the Hollywood South Film Festival in Springfield, USA, and awarded Best Practice of Film Schools at the Almeria Western Film Festival, and special mention from the jury at the Torremolinos International Fantastic Film Festival), among others; and his latest project, Los Bengalas Orquesta (2018). The UMH Film School received in 2016, the funding aid PIEU-2016/23 of the Program for Educational Innovation University PIEU-2016-17 of the University Miguel Hernández.