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Filmmaking students shoot 'Amy's View' on Black Magic cinema camera

Filmmaking HND (1st year) students took the opportunity to use the Black Magic cinema camera equipped with Samyang prime lenses on their latest shoot, an adaptation of the play 'Amy's View'.

Having cast professional actors for the work, crews were quickly formed and a location found and booked for the day long shoot. Overseeing the work was feature-film Director Julian Kerridge (Seamonsters) who was on-hand to provide any guidance and support for what was the first major independent shoot for the 1st years.

The shoot went very well with the rushes looking great with the experience standing them in good stead for the upcoming short films being shot ahead of the Brighton Film School screenings and festival season.

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Brighton Film School is a specialist, independent training facility located in central Brighton. The school offers 2-year degree level programmes in Filmmaking HNC/HND and Art Direction and Production Design HNC/HND, as well as an industry recognised Cinematography and Directing Diploma. Brighton Film School also offers evening classes in Filmmaking, Screenwriting, Art Direction and Editing as well as courses for young filmmakers and Summer School. For more information or to apply please visit https://brightonfilmschool.co.uk/.