Screen and Film School Birmingham
Birmingham is emerging as the latest dynamic hotspot in the film and television industry. Set to expand even further with Hollywood productions, BBC, ITV and Netflix televisions dramas, and a planned studio expansion with Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, there’s never been a better time to put your future in focus and put yourself in the picture with Screen and Film School Birmingham.
Our practical undergraduate degree courses will make you industry-ready.
Get to know our industry lecturers who you are all experts in their chosen discipline.
What makes us stand out from other institutions is our connections. Discover our industry partners who you will have the opportunity to work with.
Meet your lecturers, discover the outstanding facilities and kickstart your career in film. Book onto one of our Birmingham open days.
Read all about life in Birmingham as part of our city guide, from where to watch the latest films to the best eateries to grab a bite in.
Check out our Birmingham Accommodation Guide to find out what accommodation options are available to you from private halls of residence to renting with other film school students.
As the very first specialist film school in Birmingham, Rea Studios provides our students with the professional standard facilities to both work and study in.
Find out where our Rea Studios site is and how to find it.
What’s the latest?
Screen and Film School are thrilled to announce the appointment of our new College Principal in Birmingham, Sam Hope.
Things are going from strength to strength for the film and screen industry in Birmingham, and much of it is happening right on our doorstep in the heart of Digbeth. There is more good news to whet the appetite for our students in Brum as it has been announced that the long-running hit BBC show MasterChef is set to move into the old Banana Warehouse, which is very close to the Film School.
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