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Founded in 2003, MetFilm School is a private film school based in Ealing Studios, London, with a satellite campus in Berlin. The school has rapidly expanded and now boasts a range of both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, all accredited by the careers-focused University of West London.

The MetFilm School owns a cutting-edge post production facility, MetFilm Post, and students also benefit from access to the on-site MetFilm Production, an independent production company that has made award-winning films shown all over the world.

Passionate about educating aspiring film and TV professionals, MetFilm School’s slogan is “Inspiring a new generation of smart screen creatives”, which they aim to achieve through offering students high-quality teaching, practical experience and exposure to inspiring industry professionals.

In 2016, they launched the Smart Screen Creative Awards in partnership with Twitter and The Imaginarium, in order to celebrate their students’ work.

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About the Met Film School

Met Film School is a private film school based in London at Ealing Studios. This world-renowned school is the leading provider of programmes in film making in London and is taught by industry professional. At postgraduate level, it offers an MA programme in film making, focusing on directing, screenwriting, business & producing, and post production.

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Ealing Studios

Ealing Green

Ealing

W5 5EP

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West Ealing 0.4 Miles away

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