Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica, Mexico City
The Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica was founded in 1975 with the objective of turning out professional filmmakers with artistic as well as technical proficiency. It is a school where academic concerns, productions and cultural expression converge. From its start, the Center was fashioned as a film school where students would work under the premise of turning images into movement, engaging all other artistic expressions and manifestations. The CCC also maintains an important archive of bibliographic and film material, which includes both historic and recent films. The CCC is a member of the CILECT (Centre International de Liaison des Écoles de Cinéma et de Television). It has participated and interacted in numerous joint projects with other film schools in Mexico and around the world. CCC alumni have won more than a hundred national and international awards. They are proven filmmakers. CCC has long been recognized as a prestigious institution that has played an important role in Mexican filmmaking.