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Brighton Film School




The Brighton Film School works very closely with the Education Committee of The Moving Image Society (The British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society), of which the Course Lecturer, Franz von Habsburg FBKS, is a fellow, and your fees include your first year's student membership of this, the film industry's technical guild. We are also working closely with the Directors' Guild of Great Britain and the Guild of British Camera Technicians so that you will have the very best of industry contacts.

We are delighted to hold these Directors' Courses in Motion Picture Production, and you are cordially invited to apply for a place here in Brighton.

Whilst our courses are basically industry-approved post grad ones, we also cater for those who want to find out more about film production techniques with our shorter courses. If, however, you feel like taking a university "media" course as well, it is suggested that you take that course after, and not before, one of our courses, as you will then have a better understanding when you move on in your studies.

Our students work with one S35mm Mitchell BNCR during rehearsals for ARP. The Mitchell was acquired from Paramount in LA a few years ago, and had been used on many films, including the TV series "Cheers". For its use over here, they kindly converted its video tap to PAL. We link it to a Sony GVD deck (Oli on the extreme left is looking at its screen) so that we can tape all takes and immediately try it in the Avid.



School name:Brighton Film School
Address:95 Ditchling Road
Zip & city:BN1 4ST England
Phone:+44 (0) 12 7360 2070
Web:http://www.brightonfilmschool.org.uk/
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The Brighton Film School works very closely with the Education Committee of The Moving Image Society (The British Kinematograph, Sound and Television Society), of which the Course Lecturer, Franz von Habsburg FBKS, is a fellow, and your fees include your first year's student membership of this, the film industry's technical guild. We are also working closely with the Directors' Guild of Great Britain and the Guild of British Camera Technicians so that you will have the very best of industry contacts.

We are delighted to hold these Directors' Courses in Motion Picture Production, and you are cordially invited to apply for a place here in Brighton.

Whilst our courses are basically industry-approved post grad ones, we also cater for those who want to find out more about film production techniques with our shorter courses. If, however, you feel like taking a university "media" course as well, it is suggested that you take that course after, and not before, one of our courses, as you will then have a better understanding when you move on in your studies.

Our students work with one S35mm Mitchell BNCR during rehearsals for ARP. The Mitchell was acquired from Paramount in LA a few years ago, and had been used on many films, including the TV series "Cheers". For its use over here, they kindly converted its video tap to PAL. We link it to a Sony GVD deck (Oli on the extreme left is looking at its screen) so that we can tape all takes and immediately try it in the Avid.



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