"Krane Academy Of Motion Pictures" Releases Statement Regarding Separation From Lynn University

Founder of "The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures," Mr. Jonathan Krane disagrees with the public statements made by Lynn University regarding the Krane Academy's separation from them.

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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) July 13, 2005

Founder of "The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures," Mr. Jonathan Krane disagrees with the public statements made by Lynn University regarding the Krane Academy’s separation from them. The matter is now scheduled for mediation on July 20, 2005.

"The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures" will be continuing with its curriculum in a new surrounding, located at the "G-Star School of the Arts for Motion Pictures and Television" in West Palm Beach, FL. The Academy begins its classes in September of 2005.

About The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures

The Krane Academy, which begins classes in September of 2005, provides a curriculum for aspiring film professionals with hands-on experience in all stages of production, from finding the "right" idea to developing and packaging the right script. Financing and physically producing a feature-length film will also be an aspect of the program and the film will be marketed to a Hollywood studio or independent distribution company.

The certificate program's curriculum is based on Krane's "A Revolutionary Approach to the Art and Science of Moviemaking: A Treatise of Fixing the Accidental Industry." Krane purports that the motion picture industry is the only century-old, multi-billion dollar unregulated industry in the world, and is accidental because it has no articulated, published or agreed-upon processes, activities, forces, powers, job functions, rites of passage or definitions of commonly used words. He also believes that the same lack of regulation is the cause of most of the financial and other issues confronting the movie industry today.

Upon graduation, students will be awarded an advanced certificate in motion picture production and be qualified to work as motion picture producers. Additionally, alumni will be entitled to be managed by Krane who has managed over 150 actors, writers and directors over his 25-year career in Hollywood.

About Jonathan Krane

Jonathan Krane, founder of the revolutionary Krane Academy of Motion Pictures and current CEO of The Krane Group, has had a long career in Hollywood, including managing some of the biggest stars in the industry and producing over 43 films with the largest studios and his own studio, MCEG. Jonathan has been heavily involved in education, having taught for 14 years for the UCLA Extension program, founding and funding the USC "First Look" film festival and teaching numerous independent seminars across the country. Additionally, Krane is a professor at The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures for courses based upon his new textbook, "A Revolutionary Approach to the Art and Science of Moviemaking: A Treatise on Fixing the Accidental Industry."

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Dawn Miller

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For Student Inquiries:

The Krane Academy of Motion Pictures

1-888-JDKRANE (1-888-535-7263)

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