COLLABORATIONS AND PARTNERS
Screen and Film School is closely associated with BIMM, which has huge advantages. This allows our students to meet people studying in other fields, but it also gives them access to a range of musicians and bands, providing loads of opportunities to collaborate with them musically. In fact, one of the units in the first year of the Film Production undergraduate degree is to produce a music video working with BIMM students.
Institute for Contemporary Theatre
Screen and Film School are also partnered with Institute for Contemporary Theatre, an industry-led performing arts school. Within the first month at Screen and Film School, students will produce micro shorts using ICTheatre actors, giving them further opportunities to collaborate with artists.
East Sussex College Group
East Sussex College Group is a large, Grade 2 GFE College based in East Sussex. Screen and Film School is a specialist provider delivering Filmmaking courses designed to give students the necessary skills to be successful in the Film Industry. The delivery and assessment of these programmes is managed by Screen and Film School, using policies and procedures developed and operated by ESCG. With the backing of ESCG, Screen and Film School can focus on delivering quality student provision.
Screen and Film School students are registered at East Sussex College Group and benefit from having access to the facilities at the college whilst attending classes at the Film School’s central Brighton location. ESCG benefits from having a large cohort of high achieving students and a progression route for their own Media students.
Pearson centre number: 65409
|QN Number||Full Qualification Title||Qualification level|
|XN589||Creative Media Production (Moving Image)||Level 4 HNC|
|XN595||Creative Media Production (Moving Image)||Level 5 HND|
Student link: https://turing.sussexcoast.ac.uk/
External Examiners Reports
Screen and Film School is committed to providing the very highest levels of training and education in filmmaking and digital moving image production. As part of this commitment, we recently welcomed an independent external examiner from the examinations board, Pearson, to assess academic standards at Screen and Film School.
The most recent visit was conducted on 12th May 2017 and the report was extremely positive: