Student Bulletin: 8th June 2020
For our final weekly Student Bulletin of 2019-2020, the front page photography winner is Hazel Johnson, with a fantastic piece, Caught in the Sunset Fire.
We would like to thank all our students for submitting their brilliant articles and photographs, we have been mesmerised by your amazing work!
We have plenty jam-packed into this issue, so sit back, relax, and we hope you enjoy this issue.
We hope you have a fantastic last week of term and a wonderful Summer!
Student Bulletin: 26th May 2020
This week our Student Bulletin front page photography winner is Aineias Bampoulis, with this fantastic black and white piece, Escaping Quarantine.
Student Bulletin: 19th May 2020
This week our Student Bulletin front page photography winner is Tate Batham, with this fabulously dizzying piece!
Student Bulletin: 11th May 2020
This week our Student Bulletin front page photography winner is Lara Bertin, with this gorgeous photograph! There is such joy in this image!
Student Bulletin: 4th May 2020
This week our Student Bulletin front page photography winner is Cerys Burns-Toms, with a fabulous portrait performance art piece, Honour Heroes!
Student Bulletin: 27th April 2020
Have you checked out this weeks student bulletin?
This week our front page photography winner is Madinka McGough, with her fabulous duo, Let this Journey be a Road to Recovery!
Student Bulletin: 20th April 2020
Don’t forget to check out our second student bulletin!
This week we feature a lovely photograph of Brighton during lock-down by Daniel Hurford. If you want a chance for your work to be featured on the cover of the next edition- as well as the chance to win a £25 Amazon voucher- send your photograph, photograph title, and full name to email@example.com.
Student Bulletin: 6th April 2020
Screen and Film School are pleased to introduce our new weekly student bulletin, which we hope will provide you with a useful weekly summary of all the events, initiatives and key information, as well as creating a way for us all to keep connected in these unusual times. We are really keen to have you contribute to the bulletin. This could be in sharing information, film reviews, interesting links, photographs: really anything you would like to share with fellow students and staff. You can find more information on how to get involved throughout this bulletin.
These challenging times require innovation, resilience and greater communication than ever before. Whilst we may not be in the same physical space, remember that we all continue to be part of the SFS family and have all of the support, guidance and input available to you. We look forward to seeing your contributions.
Virtual Masterclass with Neil Jordan
On Wednesday 22nd April, Screen and Film School were delighted to welcome Neil Jordan for a virtual masterclass with our students, staff, applicants and alumni. Watch the video of the session below, or read our full recap here.
Virtual Masterclass with Alex Kalymnios
On Monday 20th April, Screen and Film School welcomed Alex Kalymnios for a brilliant virtual masterclass, delving into her international career as a director. Watch the video of the session below, or read our full recap here.
Virtual Masterclass with Charlie Brooker
On Wednesday 8th April, almost 100 Screen and Film School students, staff and alumni welcomed television legend Charlie Brooker to join us for an in-depth Student Takeover Masterclass. Watch the video of the session below, or read our full recap here.
Virtual Masterclass with Roger Michell and Kevin Loader
On Monday 6th April, Screen and Film School were thrilled to be joined by the incredible director/producer duo and co-founders of Free Range Films, Roger Michell and Kevin Loader. Watch the video of the session below, or read our full recap here.
Virtual Masterclass with Seamus McGarvey
On Monday 30th March, Screen and Film School kicked off our Virtual Masterclass sessions with a live Q&A from the legendary cinematographer Seamus McGarvey. Watch the video of the session below, or read our full recap here.
Health and Wellbeing
We understand that many of our students and applicants are feeling anxious or concerned due to the current outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19) and that many will be self-isolating. We’ve put together some tips for wellbeing to keep both our minds and bodies healthy during this period. Our Student Support Team are also available through emails and happy to communicate with you by phone should you need any more advice.
Free concerts from the Berlin Philharmonic
Take a virtual tour of some of the world’s greatest museums and galleries
Borrow on-line books from the National Poetry Library for free
Empire Magazine’s suggests the feel-good movies
For those of you with kids to entertain, here are some ideas