Sept. 20, 2023
National Film and Television School named a top international film school
The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has recently been included in The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 15 International Film Schools list for the 13th successive year.
The School is honoured to once again be the only UK film school featured in the annual ranking, which takes into consideration facilities, equipment, quality of teaching, networking opportunities, industry reputation and more. Other renowned international schools featured on the list include the Australian Film, TV and Radio School, Toronto Film School and ECAM.
The Hollywood Reporter highlighted the NFTS as ‘the UK's most prestigious film school’ and celebrated the achievements of alumni including Molly Manning Walker's Un Certain Regard win at Cannes 2023 for her directorial debut How to Have Sex and graduation film Killing Boris Johnson being the only UK student short film picked up for the La Cinef competition.
Jon Wardle, Director of the NFTS says, “Seeing the NFTS featured in The Hollywood Reporter’s prestigious list remains a highlight of our year, time and again. It makes me incredibly proud of the work of our students and staff and reaffirms that the School doesn’t just keep up, it’s setting the pace and riding the industry’s many exciting waves of change.”
The wide range of film, television and games courses at the NFTS are some of the most exciting and innovative in the world, enabling you to channel your passion into real world skills. Apply today to study at one of the world’s best film schools!
Applications are currently open for courses starting in January 2024. Generous scholarship and bursary funding is available for UK students.
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Content added on 20th September 2023.
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