Introducing our new BA (Hons) Acting for Screen degree

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new BA (Hons) Acting for Screen degree from September 2023. The course offers a unique opportunity to study at Central Film School as part of our continuing commitment to providing top-quality education in film and media. The new programme is a 2-year intensive acting degree, which …

 £971K technology boost for Central Film School

Central Film School has successfully secured a £971,650 grant from the Higher Education regulator the Office for Students (OfS) to invest in developing and emerging technologies for our new campus in South London.  The OfS grant, which has been secured following a successful competitive bid, will contribute to developing local and international future filmmakers with …

Black Lives Matter – Time to Listen and Learn

Black Lives Matter We want to make sure we take this opportunity to listen and learn, especially to those who have been affected personally. We have gathered the following resources which amplify black voices and creators. Thank you to the staff, students and commentors who have assisted us in creating this list already. # Tags …

Maryam

https://vimeo.com/422604838 ‘Maryam’ was written and directed by Roshna Qorbanee, one of our MA Filmmaking alumni. I was tempted to step into filmmaking because of my visual art background. I found my working behind the camera, in the capacity of an Art Director, Production Designer and Make-Up Artist, a very useful and encouraging tool to help …

“Till Death do Us Part” – Alumna left speechless by festival nominations

Congratulations to Maria Luiza Munhoz, who wrote and directed the silent short film “Till Death do Us Part”, for one of the modules in our Six Month Independent Filmmaking Course. The Film was selected by two film festivals – the Harrogate Film Festival and the Speechless Film Festival. This is excellent news for Maria and …