The School of Acting for the Screen actors and School of Digital Filmmaking student directors team up to tell stories that are relevant and appealing to today’s audience. Get a chance to influence the film industry with ethical principles. Although both schools will work together at times both will look at relevant and different aspects within their chosen field as follows.

What to Expect

Actors have an opportunity to have leading and supporting roles in the short films produced by the writers and filmmakers in the School of Film, giving them a practical application of all that is learned in class. Therefore students will walk out of the school with several short films which may be used in their demo reel.

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Included in this Course


Through practical assignments, students receive a broad view of the world of television, film, and professional video production. Industry professionals teach and supervise students in hands-on exercises. Students write, shoot, and edit the projects using professional equipment provided by the university.

The school emphasizes excellence, relevance, and effective communication in narrative storytelling. It also explores integrity issues and the challenges this media presents. The school gives special consideration to the personal character development and spiritual growth of each filmmaker.

In only three months, our students produce and direct their own short film and assist on at least three other productions in sound, camera, art, etc.

Topics Include:

  • Directing and producing

  • Camera operation

  • Lighting and sound

  • Non-linear editing

  • Working with actors

  • Other technical aspects of filmmaking

  • A comprehensive view of the film industry



The school provides intensive training in the following topics:

Introduction to the craft of acting: from Stanislavski’s System and Suzuki’s Method to Meisner’s approach, students will explore the most effective ways an actor can “live” truthfully under imaginary circumstances.

Script Analysis: understanding how scripts are created and characters structured within a film script or scene study; students will learn to analyze scripts for the purpose of scene preparation and character development.

Auditioning: preparing actors for the audition environment by giving a realistic idea of what is required in an audition.

Film history and analysis: giving the students a broader base of knowledge about the rich history of the cinema and providing the tools to analyze influential film performances and apply what is learned to their own craft.

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In my SAS I learned so many new things about acting. One of them is that acting is way more spiritual than I thought and that we are called to be modern day prophets. It is an amazing craft with which we can reach people in many creative ways.


In my SDF learned basic but so powerful and above all practical concepts to enter the film industry having the guidance of God and guided by experienced teachers who are already working in that medium and who made it their field of mission.

London City




Lecture Phase


This includes accommodation, food and transport fees for school activities.



(payable with your application form,

non refundable)






Applicants from outside of the UK need to have a visa to train with us. You will need to take this into consideration and allow plenty of time to complete the application and visa process. We recommend you apply as soon

as possible.


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