Two female students of the Communication Studies Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences (FISIP), Medan Area University (UMA), took part in basic film training in Jakarta.
Film training followed by Sarah Rafina and Rachel Anastasya was organized by the Film Development Center of the Ministry of Education and Culture in an effort to improve the ability of the film field which is currently a favorite field among students.
Sarah Rafina, had the opportunity to take part in the Basic Film Workshop on Artistic Arrangement, while Rachel Anastasya in the field of sound, which was held on 07-12 October 2019 at the Education and Training Center of the Ministry of Education and Culture Depok.
Film training held regularly by the Film Development Center (PUSBANGFILM) which is under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Culture in order to improve the technical abilities of young arts in Indonesia.
Sarah Rafina and Rachel Anastasya represented the Medan Area University to attend a Workshop that had national competency standards.
This year's Basic Film Training from PUSBANGFILM focuses on 4 areas including Artistic, Camera, Music, and Editing.
"I, Sarah Rafina and Rachel Anastasya, are very happy and grateful to be able to take part in this Workshop, because I have the knowledge of national work competency standards," Sarah said when contacted by telephone.
Responding to this, the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UMA Armansyah Matondang, S. Sos, M.AP, was very proud because this year there were representatives from the Medan Area University, especially from the Communication Studies Study Program who could take part in this workshop, hopefully the knowledge gained after attending this training can be useful for students and make UMA Communication Studies even more advanced.
We will continue to support the outstanding students, especially now that the UMA Communication Studies Program has received an A Accreditation from BAN-PT, its students should continue to carve out the best achievements. The effect