The Met Film School is London's leading provider of practical filmmaking courses, based at Ealing Studios.
Met Filmmaking Camp is a supervised, residential programme designed for young people aged between 14-17 who are passionate about filmmaking. The course is two weeks in length and has start dates in July and August.
The programme will take place at Rugby School, Britain’s leading co-educational independent school and one of the oldest boarding schools in the country. The School combines centuries old history with the very latest facilities, be it the state of the art multimedia centre, tennis courts or the modern teaching classrooms, all combining to create a unique and inspirational educational experience.
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The boarding houses are all furnished to a very high standard with a choice of single or group rooms. Cooked meals are taken in the dining hall. You will eat, sleep and breathe film, with a total immersion into the world of filmmaking supported at every stage by industry professionals and culminating in the production of a short film. Spend your days trying your hand at a variety of different roles, from directing to editing and everything in between. You will learn how to write scenes, use a camera to tell stories, edit and direct actors. Alongside the intensive experience, there will be a fun social programme revolving around film, including movie screenings and creative workshops.
Fun and challenging, this programme demands full commitment, in the evenings and on weekends, so you’ll need to work hard, often under significant time pressure. This is an opportunity to develop great filmmaking skills whilst enjoying a richly rewarding and unforgettable experience.
Students will have the opportunity to work towards a Silver or Bronze Arts Award. Information about Arts Award, which offers a unique set of accredited qualifications, is available online at: artsaward.org.uk.