From West End theatres and pop-up theatre companies, Brixton Academy music venue and our 250 music festivals, Tate art galleries and the art fairs of East London, Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square and the Rooftop Film Club that runs outdoors throughout summer, London’s past and present are the ideal place to immerse yourself in culture whilst you create your future.
The capital is home to over 8 million people, speaking 300 languages from more than 270 countries. More than a third of people living in London were born outside of the UK. Our diverse and creative population is the backbone of what makes London the perfect place to start your career.
Exciting things are happening at Central Film School. We are proud to announce that we have moved to a new location in time for the new academic school year. This location will serve as the permanent home for the school, meeting the current and future needs of our students for many years to come.
Our new home is a historic 19th-century building located between Brixton and Clapham North. This 15,500 square feet building will have two large studio spaces – including a full-height studio.
Take a look at our facilities and get your questions answered by one of our friendly Marketing and Admissions staff.
Central Film School is based in Spitalfields, just a stone’s throw (or 5 minute walk) from Shoreditch, London’s creative hub. Located off Brick Lane, we are part of a vibrant, creative and entrepreneurial community that includes art fairs, fashion and vintage markets, food festivals, bars, clubs and restaurants, and some of the best street art London has to offer.
The area has a rich history dating back to 1669 with the opening of the Truman Brewery and an exciting future with artists, students, and businesses filling the area with creativity and opportunity. Spitalfields is an ideal location to draw inspiration for your projects whilst studying at Central Film School.
London is a world-leading capital city, which attracts students and talent from all over the world. The creative economy is estimated to provide one in six jobs in London and the creative industries generate around £42 billion for the London economy. Studying film in London is a perfect fit for those looking for endless opportunities to learn and grow, as well as work within the film sector.