Central Film School: Offer undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time and short courses in all aspects of film making. Established in 2008 it offers highly practical and personal teaching by industry professionals. The school is a partner with the Bertha Foundation, a charitable organisation that champions activism designed to bring about change. The school aims to support content creation that changes things in the world.
City Academy Film School, EC1: The City Academy offers a wide range of practical film making courses and workshops. These are taught by professionals and aim to give you the opportunity to hone your technical and creative skills to achieve complete confidence behind the lens. There are various courses including film making for beginners, a foundation course in filmmaking and a shorts film making. They also cover the full range of technical skills needed including cinematography and editing. Based in Rosebery Avenue, EC1.
London Film Academy, Fulham: Offering an impressive range of academic and short courses, the London Film Academy is based in a converted church in Fulham Broadway. Run as a not-for-profit trust they offer financially assisted places with all-inclusive course fees. They also boast award-winning tutors, and can provide the very latest in technology and equipment.
London Film School, WC2: The London Film School has been around for over 60 years and prides itself on being a cultural hub and a place to experiment and find your voice. Built around the conservatoire model, it provides a hothouse environment for intensely creative work. Offering postgraduate degrees in Filmmaking, Screenwriting and International Film Business. Based in an old warehouse in WC2 they also run Summer intensive courses and a workshop programme.
Metfilm School, Ealing Studios, W5: Offering a range of academic (both undergraduate and post graduate) and practical film making courses, MetFilm is based in Ealing Studios and hosts School Experience Days every month.