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Brighton Film School featured on BBC South East Today

Brighton Film School graduate Nicholas Bayfield and Head of School Gary Barber, have been interviewed on BBC 1 South East Today programme as part of a feature on the history of filmmaking in Brighton and showcasing the 'Experimental Motion' exhibition at Brighton Museum.

In the programme, Gary Barber spoke about how important it is to celebrate and recognise the contribution that Brighton, as a filmmakers city, has made to the British film industry.

Nicholas Bayfield, (who graduated from the BA (Hons) Film Production course in 2016) spoke about being the next generation of filmmaker coming out of Brighton and his award-winning graduation short film, 'Asperger's Syndrome', receiving international awards on the festival circuit.

The programme can be viewed 24 minutes in at the link below, however it does expire at 2pm on the 25/10/2016.



Brighton Film School is a specialist, independent training facility located in central Brighton. The school offers two 2-year HNC/HND (equivalent to the first two years of a degree) programmes in Filmmaking and Set Design for Film and TV, a third-year BA (Hons) Film Production Top-up Degree, as well as an industry recognised Cinematography and Directing Diploma and Set Design for Film and TV Diploma. Brighton Film School also offers evening classes inFilmmakingScreenwriting and Set Design, as well as courses for young filmmakers and Summer Schools.

For more information or to apply please visit www.brightonfilmschool.co.uk