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Short Courses

Take a look at our range of world-renowned
evening and weekend film training courses

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BTEC Level 5 HND in Moving Image

Industry-focussed 2-year HND course that
fits around your work/life commitments

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MA/MSc in Film

Design your own postgraduate film degree based
on your personal & professional interests

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Raindance Film Festival

The biggest indie film festival in the UK, showcasing
shorts, features, web series, music videos and VR

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Meet The Filmmakers Lending Their Equipment For Cash

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Thinking about taking student finance to fund your next film course? According to a report by the Intergenerational Foundation, on average, students will accrue almost £6k in interest charges alone by the time they graduate from university. That is enough money to...

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