About Us

Flash Frame Visuals Academy (FFVA) is a platform where the best bunch of filmmakers,
ad filmmakers, creative and technical talent join hands for a common purpose. And that purpose being, to bring out the best in students, in terms of their short films, projects, technical excellence and creative insight.

FFVA is not just any mere film school. What FFVA provides is real industry exposure with similar style of working and deadlines, just to make sure that passing out students are not treated as newcomers. We focus on making them a thorough bunch of professionals who work with a NO COMPROMISE attitude.


If you think you have that raw talent, love storytelling, you can push yourself beyond the ordinary, you daydream about a better cinema, but don’t know how to go about, then FFVA is that platform where you can do it all. We help you accelerate your journey into films.

Directing your film with a proper crew, writing and re-writing more stories, building characters, auditions with the actors, working closely with your cinematographer, location scouting and so much more…that’s how the industry works and that’s what you practice at FFVA.

Six months Diploma course

The intensive training sessions at FFVA ensure that you practice cinematography as an art. Frame composition, shot design, and lighting are integral parts of the course.

You work in a team as a cinematographer, under the guidance of faculty who not only impart technical skills, but also help you capture the visuals required for the script in the most artistic way.  Hence, at FFVA, you grow with every project you do while learning in a film industry like environment.

Six Months Diploma Course

Editing is the essence of any cinema. The Kuleshov effect in 1970 proved that the most integral part of cinema is Montage, re arranging of shots.

An editor can make or break a film. At FFVA, students learn the art of editing with perfect combination of theory and hands on practical training.

Editing & VFX
Short Term Certificate Courses
Diploma Courses

Over the past decade, color grading has evolved from the very linear telecine process to the very flexible non-linear DI workflow of today.

A skilled colorist maintains continuity by matching shots, but also enhances the work of the cinematographer. Colorists also manipulate perception to stimulate emotions, focus attention and improve the understanding of a project. Color grading has fantastic production value.

Certificate Course in Color Grading

Why Choose Us?


Be the Jack of all trades

At FFVA, students are taught to multitask which is a survival formula
in this industry!


Hear it from the experts

From working in the industry to being full-fledged entrepreneurs,
the FFVA alumni share their amazing experiences.


Our students go through an immersive experience at FFVA. Check out what they have to say.