Prano Bailey-Bond on lecturing at MetFilm School and more

With MetFilm School announcing a new campus in Leeds, we spoke to one of the school’s specialist lecturers, award-winning film director, Prano Bailey-Bond. The director’s first feature film hit the big screen this year and was a huge success – it became one of the year’s ‘must watch films’ and hit The Guardian’s top fifty list… showing … Read more

Garden Studios launches partnerships with MetFilm School and Mission

Garden Studios announced that they will be partnering with MetFilm School and Mission. Both companies will be situated on-site in the Unit 16 space of The Townsend Campus at Garden Studios MetFilm School will deliver four 6-month courses at their new home at Garden Studios which are offered twice a year. These are: Acting for Film, … Read more

MetFilm School appoints Katharina Koall as its new Dean

MetFilm School has appointed Katharina (Kat) Koall as its new Dean.  The appointment comes on the back of the school’s continued growth. Kat started the role in October and is leading on everything to do with students and learning at both MetFilm School and ScreenSpace across all of the school’s campuses in the UK and Germany. … Read more

MetFilm School to open new campus in Leeds

Opening in autumn 2022, and based at Prime Studios, MetFilm School’s Leeds campus will offer five undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Jonny Persey, director at MetFilm School said: “Yorkshire’s Film and TV sector is thriving, and we want to ensure it has a dynamic, talented, and diverse workforce to meet all its needs. “On MetFilm School courses, students learn by … Read more

Chinaza Onyechi awarded MetFilm School’s first Black Student of Talent scholarship

History graduate, Chinaza Onyechi, 25 from Peckham dropped out of teacher training to pursue her dream career in film. Last year, MetFilm School announced its intention to offer a full course fee scholarship, The Dan Demissie Voices That Matter Scholarship for a Black Student of Talent, to support the professional advancement of black filmmakers. (Currently worth up to £54,000, depending on choice of … Read more

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