Met Film School opened its doors to budding filmmakers nearly ten years ago and, now the fastest growing film school in the UK, they are proud to launch their Berlin campus, which is taking bookings on a range of practical filmmaking programmes.
Met Film School Berlin follows the same ethos as Met Film School’s London school by offering intensive practical filmmaking experience taught by industry professionals within an active film studio – in this case it’s the beautiful and historic Havel Film Studios (just twenty minutes from the centre of Berlin). All of the classes at the new campus will be taught in English as part of Met Film School’s continuing commitment to provide students with active participatory learning, professional development and self-exploration.
Students attending Met Film School Berlin currently have the choice of five programmes, a roster which is to be expanded in due course:
BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking, validated byUniversity of West London, allows students to study one year in Berlin and the final year in London.
One-Year Practical Filmmaking, an intensive and highly practical course, allows students to write, produce, direct and edit their own short films.
Documentary Filmmaking requires students to plan, direct, shoot and edit their own short project using professional kit and editing software.
From Story to Screen in Eight Weeks allows students to write and produce a quality short film that will act as their calling card into the industry.
Two-Day Intensive Filmmaking is a fun, practical weekend course for anyone interested in taking on various roles on a film set and working with professional actors.
Jonny Persey, Met Film School Director and film Producer, says this of the School’s expanision: “‘Our passions here at Met Film School are filmmaking and nurturing talent. We’re excited to take the success of our London school to Germany’s creative hub, Berlin and discover more talent and make some great films.”