Met Film School London
Met Film School is a leading film, television, and online media school offering undergraduate, postgraduate, and short courses across various craft areas. The School has campuses in London, Leeds, and Berlin.
Met film school London offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, full time, and part time courses.
- Two-year full-time undergraduate course for students looking for practical training in creative screen content
- Gain experience across all filmmaking and screen content disciplines, such as screenwriting, producing, directing, camera and lighting, and editing
- Develop a range of work that includes short form, factual, episodic and long form productions for film, television and the web
- 82% of their BA graduates secure a job in the creative industries
- Option of either 2 or 3 year degree
- Two-year full-time undergraduate course for students looking for immersive practical training in screen acting
- Gain experience in essential screen acting disciplines that reflect the real business of screen acting through six key areas; story and script, character and performance, acting methods and techniques, behind the camera skills, screen business and employability
- Develop work that includes short form, episodic and long-form productions for film, television and the web
- Collaborate with their BA (Hons) Practical Filmmaking students
The MA Directing Programme offers students a unique opportunity to develop the necessary skills and techniques for careers in a fast-evolving media landscape. Through an investigation of directing principles, including planning and leading a shoot, visual storytelling, working with actors, principles of screenplay analysis, project pitching, students will hone professional skills and develop their creative voice towards a final original piece of content for the big screen, the small screen, or even multiple screens.
The MA Producing Programme offers students a unique opportunity to develop the necessary skills to become the next generation of entrepreneurs in the screen business world. The programme aims to provide insight into, and mastery of, creative development, physical production and business and finance in relation to the creative screen industries. Specific topics will range from story craft and script analysis to budgeting and scheduling, from marketing and distribution to finance strategies and business leadership principles.
The MA Cinematography Programme offers students a unique opportunity to develop the necessary skills and techniques to work professionally within the camera department, employ a range of technical and creative techniques to maximise visual storytelling, and explore a range of film formats and processes.
The MA Screenwriting Programme offers students a unique opportunity to develop the necessary screenwriting principles, including genre theory, audience and markets, classical and alternative narrative storytelling, pitching and screenplay analysis. Students will hone professional skills and develop their creative voice towards a final original piece of writing for the large or small screen. In addition to the specialist modules in screenwriting, students will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with students from the other programmes, at key points during the year.
The MA Post Production Programme offers students a unique opportunity to develop the core creative skills in the areas of editing, visual effects, colour grading, and audio post production. Students will also develop the technical skills enabling them to work effectively, optimising their productivity and ensuring the quality of final deliverables to a variety of contemporary international broadcast standards.
MA Film and Television Production is a one-year postgraduate course for the post-Netflix generation of producers, screenwriters, directors, camera people, editors and preditors.
The Six-Month Full-Time Practical Filmmaking course equips students with the technical, creative and business skills in disciplines including screenwriting, directing, camera operating, cinematography, producing and postproduction. This course is suitable for beginners, no previous experience is required.
This Six-Month Full-Time course covers the core skills and industry insights that you’ll need to launch a career in acting, from voice and movement techniques to getting ready for castings and auditions. Ideal for those looking to retrain as an actor and build an enhanced understanding of on-set practices and the technical requirements.
The Six-Month Full-Time Post Production course covers the core expertise and technology required to succeed in a postproduction role, including editing, colour grading and visual effects. This course is suitable for beginners, no previous experience is required.
The Six-Month Full-Time Digital Animation & VFX builds a solid understanding of VFX and production techniques including: pre-production planning, virtual set production, set extensions/replacement and clean up, Matte painting, Hard surface modelling, organic modelling, texturing, rigging, animation, creature creation, 3D tracking, compositing and match lighting. This course is suitable for beginners, with no previous experience required.
Met Film School is a private independent film school which specialises in industry training. This means that they do not follow the same fee structure as other higher education institutions in the UK. Read through their funding options below to see what funding could be available to you.
Head: Emily Jade Hagan