Met Film School
About Met Film School
Met Film School was established ten years ago in Clapham, London. In 2005 it moved into its present London location at Ealing Studios, the oldest continuously working film studio in the world. In 2012 it also opened a campus in Berlin based at the historic BUFA studios.
Met offers filmmaking programmes with teaching provided by industry professionals. Their courses are aimed at giving students the practical skills required to succeed in the filmmaking and creative industry. The National Film and Television School, one of the top 3 non-US film and TV training providers in the world, is a key advisory partner to Met Film School.
Met Film Schools are completely integrated into the professional filmmaking world as a result of being part of Met Film Ltd. This company also consists of Met Film Production; which produces a number of feature films each year, plus Met Film Post; it’s postproduction business.
Some of Met Film School student’s notable achievements in previous years include
2010 Graduate James Custance works as a production coordinator for popular TV series Downton Abbey. He goes on to work on Hollywood productions such as Wrath of the Titans.
2011 BA graduate Gauri Chadha works on Mission Impossible 4 Ghost Protocol as Assistant Director. This film goes on to gross $694,713,380, Worldwide (source
2012 After starting her career working on X-Men First Class, graduate Sarah Armstrong works as camera assistant on Skyfall, one of the largest grossing British films made that year (source
2013 Our former students continue to make their mark in filmmaking. 82%* of graduates from our full-time programmes now work in the creative industries (*June 2013 statistics). Over 1200 students will study with us this year at our London and Berlin campuses.
This year also marks Met Film School’s first Malaysian initiative. It will be collaborating with the Iskandar Malaysia Creative Industry Talent Development in the management and development of its 2nd batch of courses under the programme.
Met will be sharing its extensive knowledge of international film production, course development and delivery to train, up-skill and develop the local workforce to international film production standards.
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