The Centro de CapacitaciÃ³n CinematogrÃ¡fica is a film school belonging to Mexico's National Council for Culture and Arts. It was founded in 1975 with the aim of providing technical and artistic training for those entering the film industry. It is one of Mexico's two major film schools, the other being the Centro Universitario de Estudios CinematogrÃ¡ficos at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
The CCC produces about forty short films annually, as well as medium and full-length ones. The films include elements of academic work and are made to professional production standards.