Brighton Film School offers students options in A Level Clearing
Brighton Film School, one of the top film schools in the country, has just a few places remaining on their Filmmaking HNC/HND 2-year course, presenting students across Sussex a great option to study a H.E course from September following A Level results day on Thursday 15th August 2013.
Combining practical filmmaking workshops using industry standard film and digital cameras, editing suites and a working studio set with film studies and theory, all delivered by practising industry professionals, Brighton Film School seeks to provide students with the skills and confidence to enter the British Film Industry.
Head of Brighton Film School, Gary Barber said:
We offer a unique and practical programme at Brighton Film School that is focused on equipping our students with the actual skills they will require in the film industry.
All of our lecturers are practising and experienced filmmakers themselves and this is a fantastic place for College graduates to come and learn the required filmmaking skills and make industry contacts whilst earning themselves a recognised certificate in the process.
The Filmmaking HNC/HND course is a 2-year programme equivalent to the first two years of a BA (Hons) degree or a Foundation Degree. Students may decide to spend a further year of study at the end of the programme in order to gain a full BA (Hons) in Filmmaking or enter the British film industry. Brighton Film School graduates have gone on to work within a wide range of roles, including director, cinematographer, 1st AD, 2nd AD, camera operator, producer and runner. Several choose to work independently as freelance filmmakers. Students have the further option of finishing their studies after 1-year, and leaving with the HNC qualification.
Taught in the heart of Brighton, the film school welcomes high-profile guest speakers and industry professionals throughout the year, including the award-winning screenwriter David Scinto (Sexy Beast), legendary cinematographer and BAFTA nominee Brian Tufano (Billy Elliot, Trainspotting) and BAFTA winning actress and screenwriter Carol Harrison (Eastenders) amongst many others.
During their time at Brighton Film School, students can expect to produce music videos for signed bands, work on dramas and documentaries and produce a final piece for submission to film festivals.
The school is regularly contacted by production companies and TV networks which presents a wonderful opportunity for freelance work on sets and locations around the country.
There are just a few remaining places on the Brighton Film School Filmmaking HNC/HND course starting this September. These places are available for students to apply through the Clearing process or directly. Tuition fees are just £5,000 per year and you can apply for student loans.
There is more information about the film school and courses on the Brighton Film School website: http://brightonfilmschool.co.uk/
Students can apply through clearing by calling the hotline anytime on 01273 602070. If you find the line busy, please leave a message and the Enrolment team will call you back straight away.
Alternatively, you can apply online here: http://brightonfilmschool.co.uk/application-form/