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Where To Learn Cinematography In London

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The best cinematography schools are the ones that will guide you in all the aspects and not just give you an upper hand in knowledge. Every school or university follows its techniques and tricks to train students to not only attain knowledge but also nourish them with proper knowledge. Here is a list of some of the best schools and colleges that we have short-listed after a thorough check which will take you a step ahead and provide you with proper knowledge that will help you in your career based out in London.

  1. London Film School
    The London Film School is situated in a converted brewery in Covent Garden, London which is a neighbor of Soho. This school is one of the oldest film schools in the UK. The school offers lot many degrees at a postgraduate level like MA in filmmaking, MA in screenwriting, and also holds a partnership with the University of Exeter which is an MA in the international film business and also a Ph.D. in film by practice. The students taken here are from all over the world and have a special international community with around 60% of international students from outside of the United Kingdom.

  2. London Film Academy
    The London Film Academy offers a 2-year BA (Hons) filmmaking program which gives the students a real-world and professional experience about film education with the help of in-hours studios and practice settings. During the whole course, the students will gain knowledge about key areas of the filmmaking process starting from the script to the screen and also help them become multi-skilled as well as adaptable. The students will be asked to work with an exceptional and talented guest who would also be their tutor and who will also guide them about the work and profession. The student will in-depth learn about practical training, hands-on knowledge, and other important disciplines that are required in filmmaking.

  3. Central Film School
    Central Film School is a private film school situated in East London and is based in Universal house, Wentworth Street. This school was founded back in 2008 and offers an undergraduate degree in practical filmmaking and screenwriting. It also offers short courses and postgraduate degrees and takes in around 100 students every year. Here all the in-demand practical programs are taught by film industry professionals so that the students gain only the best and experience the right attributes. The students are pushed towards working hard and being successful in the industry.

  4. MetFilm School
    The MetFilm School is one the leading film, television, and also online school that offers courses at the undergraduate level, postgraduate level, and some short courses in different craft areas. The school has a campus in London and Berlin. The school works to bring out a broad range of roles in entrepreneurial as well as professional capacities from not only television but the online platform as well. The undergraduate course offered here is accredited by the famous University of West London and is well recognized by the leading bodies which include CILECT, QAA, and Creative skillset.

  5. City Academy
    The City Academy is an adult creative and performing arts academy which offers students daytime, evening, and weekend courses in different arts like dancing, drama, singing, writing, filmmaking, photography, art, design, life skills, and also business training in various venues across the central London. The academy runs a variety of range of evening, daytime, and weekend classes around 40 different locations. The students can choose from dancing, singing, acting, filmmaking, screen acting, musical theater, writing, photography, comedy, art, music, and life skills classes. These different enjoyable, as well as practical experiences, are inspired by performing and creative arts which are based on organizational psychology and are also built on business expertise.

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