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Central Film School London: Filmmaking

Institution Central Film School London
Department Filmmaking
Telephone +44 (0) 207 377 6060
Study type Taught


Course Summary The MA Filmmaking course develops and nurtures independent filmmakers and prepares them for the professional film and television industries. The course has an emphasis on practice, underpinned by contextualising studies, designed to nurture students’ talent and practical skills equally.

The course prepares individuals to engage confidently with, and challenge, the fast-changing media landscape. Potential industry placement, collaborative projects and research will help you meet the film and television industry professional standards and understand the cultural and industrial needs of your chosen sector.

Course Highlights - The course is taught in smaller class sizes and specialist seminar groups.

  • Our tutors are industry professionals. This allows students to receive training to industry standard from people who have up-to-date knowledge of their respective fields.

  • Access to equipment and facilities outside of class time.

Specialisms In term 2, subject to demand, students may specialise in one of the following areas: Cinematography Directing Producing (includes film sales) Sound Design/Recording Editing/Continuity Factual Filmmaking

Progression A range of routes and opportunities are open to Graduates, across the creative sectors, including feature film production, factual broadcast, the independent television sector, and emerging platforms.


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