Coronavirus Advice and Guidance- Updated 20th March

Screen and Film School is following guidance from both Public Health England and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

In Conversation with CC Wade

Paraic Morrissey, one half of music video directing twins CC Wade, came to Screen and Film School this month to give the students a detailed insight into the brothers’ creative process, from treatment through to the final edit.

Wellbeing Tips for Self Isolation

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 during this period.

The Importance of Foley Artists: Jack Stew

Foley Artist Jack Stew visited Screen and Film School on 4th March to dive into the world of Foley, giving an entertaining and practical demonstration of the work he still feels so passionate about.

Coronavirus Advice and Guidance - Updated 16th March

Currently, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Screen and Film School. Screen and Film School is following guidance from both Public Health England and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Masterclass with Director of Photography: Simon Stolland

Simon Stolland joined Screen and Film School students for an intimate Masterclass at our Central Site on Wednesday 26th February.

Finding Accommodation For Your First Year

First Year BA Hons Film Production student, Lucy Rollinson-Payne, shares her top tips and advice on finding accommodation for your first year.

Screen and Film School Students Collaborate With BIMM Institute

At Screen and Film School we know that collaboration is at the heart of every great project, and what better university to collaborate with than our partner: BIMM Institute.

In Conversation with Grant Gee

Grant Gee is best known for his music videos for Radiohead, Blur, and Coldplay, plus documentaries Joy Division, Innocence of Memories, and Meeting People Is Easy.

Meet The Students: Lucy Rollinson-Payne

First year BA Hons Film Production student, Lucy Rollinson-Payne, reflects on the creation of her first short film and the importance of highlighting such complex topics.