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Summer School Juniors

Filmmaking Summer School at Brighton Film School

Creative, intensive and fun 2 weeks of filmmaking

We are currently accepting applications for our popular Brighton Young Filmmakers 10-week class starting in September. If you are over 18 and interested in our Summer School, we are still recruiting for our main 3-week Summer School in filmmaking.

Course information

Do you want to learn how to make films? Brighton Film School presents this fun, creative and practical film-making Summer School. This 2 week course will introduce you to digital cameras, an editing suite, the production process and working alongside like-minded creative people as you create and edit your first film.

On the Film Summer School, you will be taught by industry professionals who will show you how to bring your ideas and projects to life. You will form crews with your colleagues and, under our guidance, will plan your films to be shot on DSLR. You will go through the process of filmmaking from script development to storyboard and then plan your shoot schedule.

Take a look at what our Summer School Juniors 2013 created in just 2-weeks. Please be advised that the following short film has scenes of violence and adult themes, but it was written, created and directed by our Summer School students:

This is a great opportunity for you to develop your interest in film and see where it may take you.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this course and we welcome applications from beginners and those with no previous knowledge of filmmaking. This course is aimed at those aged 15-17 although we would be happy to receive applications from those slightly younger who can demonstrate maturity and a passion for making films.

Timetable

Group 1

Start date: Monday 24th July 2017
End date: Friday 4th August 2017
Days: Monday to Friday
Time: 10.00am - 16.00pm

Group 2

Start date: Monday 14th August 2017
End date: Friday 25th August 2017
Days: Monday to Friday
Time: 10.00am - 16.00pm

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Progression

This is a great way to show colleges and film schools you have a passion for filmmaking and come away with a portfolio piece of work. You may want to explore options such as studying film at BTEC or A Level before eventually progressing onto our Filmmaking HND, Art Direction and Production Design HND or Cinematography and Directing Diploma.

Cost:

Please see our course fees here. 

Apply now for the Brighton Film School Summer School Juniors.