What is the ESCAC Community?

You’ll start off working on school shorts together, and who knows where you’ll end up?

At ESCAC you’ll find the professional family that will stay with you wherever you go

Did you know that Javier Ruiz Caldera still shoots films with his former ESCAC classmates? So do Juan Antonio Bayona, Mar Coll, Kike Maíllo, Patricia Font and many others. ESCAC doesn’t end when you graduate; the community continues into the professional world.

During your first weeks at the school, you’ll become accustomed to working by projects and forming your work crews, and many of those relationships will last for the rest of your career.

Lluís Castells (VFX), Alberto de Toro (editor), Javier Ruiz Caldera (director), Javier Rodero (music composer), Arnau Valls (cinematographer)
The ESCAC Community is a way of making and understanding cinema

At the school, we encourage project-based teamwork and technical precision.

Students work in teams to support and enrich each other as they pursue a common goal, developing the ability to work in and with cross-disciplinary, multicultural groups. We’ll give you the chance to hone your talent in a setting that promotes creativity and interaction among students and alumni of all ages.