Reform and Innovation of Chinese Film and Television Education From the Perspective of Media Convergence

Guocong LI


Cross-media integration, innovation in the field of digital human literature enabling art, The related literature and art policies, creative techniques and concepts have been innovated with The Times. Among them, film and television education, as the important engine of our cultural industry and art education system, shows the reform prospects in the trend of democratization and practicality. In recent years, theoretical construction and industry practice, as an important incision in film and television education, which are oriented by disciplines, majors and applications. Benefiting from the enlightenment of humanities, a reform path based on local experience and Chinese characteristics has been formed. At present, the implementation and promotion of new liberal arts education and the intersection and integration of media ecology have brought an opportunity to improve the quality and efficiency of film and television education reform.


Film education; Media convergence; Discipline construction; The new arts

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