Phillip Brown

Edit Assistant

Since graduating from Screen and Film School in 2020, Phillip has been working at Back2Back Productions in Brighton – one of the Film School’s industry partners. His responsibilities there consist of edit assisting as well as running the camera kit room in their post-production facility. He’s received credits on various TV shows which are all due for release within 2021.

Phillip also launched his own online platform New Latency, which can be found on YouTube. While it’s currently in its infancy, the goal is to collate a resource that aids low budget filmmakers in bringing their projects from script to screen through the company’s own personal journey making narrative shorts. It’s a platform that aims to both inform and entertain.

What was the most valuable thing about your overall experience at the Film School?

“The hands on experience with industry standard camera and lighting equipment. The knowledge I’ve gained from the equipment at Screen and Film School has transferred over to my kit room duties.”

What advice would you offer to a current Screen and Film School student?

“I would advise anyone currently studying to take as many opportunities as possible because. Quite often it leads to doors opening. Keep making stuff outside of uni too. Use your limitations as strengths. Practise your craft and have fun doing so!”


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