Screen and Film School Brighton
Brighton is a hub of creativity and an epicentre for the arts. Its dynamic blend of natural sights and urban architecture make it the perfect place for breathtaking filming locations and inspired storytelling. It hosts key industry events such as Cinecity, Brighton Festival, Brighton Fringe, The Great Escape and more, all of which bring international musicians, artists, actors and creatives to the city each year. We can't wait to welcome you to your new home!
All our practical diploma, undergraduate and short courses at Screen and Film School Brighton 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.
Split over three locations, the facilities at Screen and Film School Brighton surround you with industry leading, high tech facilities.
Meet the graduates who quickly began building successful careers soon after completing their courses.
Read our Brighton Accommodation guide for everything from dealing with estate agents and landlords, viewing properties, public transport and much more!
Read all about life in Brighton as part of our city guide, from where to watch the latest films to the best eateries to grab a bite in.
Find out where our three city sites are located and how to find them.
What’s the latest?
This week we caught up with Screen and Film School Brighton Top-Up students, Sophie Clennell and Anthony Wright, to discuss the making of their project, Final Cop 2, a genre-homage for the '80s action film following a legendary super cop from the past, fighting to save the future from the unrelenting forces of evil.
Screen and Film School Brighton students and graduates recently teamed up with one of our industry partners, Be The Fox, to shoot a promotional video for the film school.
Screen and Film School Brighton's student blogger Lauren Louise shares her top ways to stay creative during lockdown.