Where is the film industry growing? We're asking the experts...

It is the film schools priority to gain regular insight into the ever-evolving industry. On Thursday 13th December, we're hosting a feedback event...

Short film crewed by Brighton Film School graduates selected at Cinecity

The crew was made up of film school graduates who are excelling in the film industry including Viv Goddard-Stephens as Director of Photography, Natalie Kerr 1st Assistant Camera, Laura Rickard 1st Assistant Director and Dave McLaren as Gaffer.

Meet Itziar Leighton: Brighton Film School's New College Principal

To support the growth and development of the school, BFS is delighted to announce the appointment of a new College Principal. Itziar joins BFS from Aldridge Education where she has spent the last four years as Regional Director

Clearing is open: Brighton Film School's guide to UCAS and applying

Clearing at Brighton Film School is now open for our higher education programmes starting September 2018

Film Production student gets internship with Warner Brothers

A final year Film Production student has been given the unique opportunity to work as a Production Assistant with New Line Cinema, Warner Brothers

First year film wins 'Best Short Drama' at international film festival

Brighton Film School first year filmmaking students have won Best Short Drama at UK CineFest and officially selected at two other international film festivals.

More creative opportunities for Brighton Film School students

There are now many routes into the increasingly competitive creative industry. As a result, schools and institutions everywhere are adapting to reflect this fluidity. This includes Brighton Film School, which has just partnered with BIMM

First year film officially selected at film festivals

A short film by first year filmmaking students has been officially selected at not one, but four film festivals across the globe.

Students attend British Society of Cinematographers Expo

From Brighton to Battersea on a coach filled with over 50 students. The BSC Expo is the UK’s premier dedicated film and TV production exhibition and is now a recognised fixture in the industry calendar.

How to make your film festival worthy

To start with, make sure you have a great idea and script. Ask any professional in the film industry and they will say that it’s always about the script.