Screen and Film School


Screen and Film School Birmingham

SITTING at the very forefront of the filmmaking industry, Screen and Film School Birmingham is the latest dynamic hotspot for film, television and screen students in the Midlands. 

The city’s film scene is rapidly expanding, with BBC, ITV and Netflix productions all set to take place here, and with a planned studio expansion from Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight in the pipeline, there has never been a better time to put yourself in the picture with Screen and Film School Birmingham.

Our bespoke combination of practical courses, high-tech facilities, industry placements, Masterclasses, live project briefs and site visits help to kickstart the careers of our students into one of the most exciting and vibrant industries to be found anywhere in Birmingham. 

As well as the iconic grittiness of Peaky Blinders, Birmingham has also been the filming location for several other high-end productions over the past few years, including Mission: Impossible 7, Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, as well as Line of Duty, and Hustle.

It’s time to seize the growing career opportunities out there, and here in Digbeth we put it all at your fingertips. Alongside budgets for your films and industry professionals as your lecturers, we are unique in the following ways: 


In the last year our Masterclass expert guests have included Mark Mylod (Succession, Director), Scott Mann (Heist, Director) and Richard Stewart (Cinematographer). 

Rea Studios

Rea Studios is a shared home for Screen and Film School Birmingham and Performers College Birmingham. As the very first specialist film school in Birmingham, Rea Studios, which is located in the heart of Digbeth, provides our students with the professional standard facilities and equipment to both film and study in. 

Our Patrons

We are incredibly proud and honoured to have such high-calibre and prolific Screen and Film School Patrons; they are all masters of their chosen craft and can call upon many years of experience in the industry when helping to nurture our students. Our Birmingham Patrons include Adil Ray OBE, Big Narstie, actor Antonio Aakeel, and writer Kit De Waal. 

Principal College Principal, Hannah Stevenson is a producer with an abundance of industry experience spanning over 20 years. Hannah started her career working at Granada TV working in live television before filming, producing, and directing. Most recently Hannah has produced several feature length and short films that have been released theatrically in cinemas nationwide as well as winning a number of high-profile international film festival awards.

Calling all aspiring filmmakers: by doing what you love, you can turn your creative ambitions into a reality. Apply now for courses beginning in September 2022 at Screen and Film School Birmingham and start your dream career in film. 

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Contact Information


Screen and Film School Birmingham,

Rea Studios,

Floodgate St,



B5 5SS


01273 602070

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