Located among the magnificent red rocks of Sedona, Arizona, the film school directs students to analyze, discover, and invent stories; teaches them to tell these stories in image and sound; and guides them to create their own feature-length film. The primary goal of the Zaki Gordon Institute (ZGI) is to train students in all aspects of filmmaking to further their professional, academic, or personal interests.
Each week students produce short fims as directed by the instructors. This student website is created as a a vault for weekly assignments.
Enjoy their work and watch them bloom into the artists they are destined to be.
Movies are encoded to play on Windows Media Player. If you do not have Windows Media Player installed on your MACINTOSH, you may download it here.
The Missing Controversy by Stephen DeVol 9-27-05