Before I get into my vision I want to address the problem. Film studies currently look like this: a student gets into a film school, he acquires massive student loans over the span of his four year education, he comes out with a knowledge of equipment (with how rapidly technology develops) is already becoming obsolete, and when he begins looking for a job in his major, if he finds one at all, he will often find himself cornered into some compromises. For the Christian this can be especially troublesome because compromising could mean picking up a film related job with a sure-to-sell-title, but with content compromising his beliefs, like a slasher film. Even on a practical level this is a bad idea. There are a lot of Christian investors out there who are looking for strong Christian filmmakers to invest their resources in, but if they are approached by the filmmaker I described earlier, with only a record of having worked on faith-compromising movies, what reason do they have for investing in them. I don’t believe the Christian filmmaker should ever be backed into this corner.
So, to acquire the knowledge and skill set necessary to become successful filmmakers, they’re going to need a new route.