KAFA is Korea’s leading film school.
- KAFA Introduction
- In 1984, the Korean Film Council established Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA) as the cradle for highly trained and creative professionals. KAFA offers elite courses in film directing, animation, cinematography, and producing to a small number of select students. In 2006, we added the new Advanced Program to the curriculum, expanding the scope of practical education that brings students closer to the filmmaking scene and help them produce four feature films each year. Most of these films have been submitted to domestic and international film festivals and have won numerous awards and acclaim. Today, KAFA is South Korea’s leading film school with more than seven hundred graduates.