Filmmaking courses by UK Film Shool

UK Film School Social Enterprise

Our social enterprise was established to address the need to give people from disadvantaged groups the opportunity to experience the benefits of filmmaking- to empower and enable them to shape their future in a positive way.
‘The best part of the experience was the sense of achievement, it was great to make something’
Abigail // Student Aged 18
‘In our experience there is no limit to what can be achieved, regardless of individual disadvantage once the crucial opportunity is given in the first place.’
Gary Halliday // Director

MISSION

TO INVOLVE AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE IN THE MAKING OF FILMS

Whether for the pure enjoyment and fun of making a film, or for the discovery of untapped talent, skill or interest, we want to involve people of all ages and all abilities.

Patrons & Supporters

Malcolm Stevens

Malcolm Stevens

Special Advisor and Executive Producer. One of the UK’s leading experts in childcare and social justice.

David James-Smith

Award winning journalist for the Sunday Times Magazine and non-fiction author.

Andrei Austin

One of the UK’s leading steadicam operators he has worked in Film and T.V with credits including ‘Waking The Dead’.

Marion Layberry OBE

Marion has been a special needs teacher, foster carer, social worker and director and was awarded an OBE in 2014 for services to Children and Families.

Eva Pope

Popular TV actress, an inspiration to young people. She is known for her role as Rachel Mason in the BBC drama Waterloo Road.

Matt Carroll OBE

Award winning Australian film and TV producer. He was awarded an OBE in 1982 for his services to the film industry.

Jacqueline Edge

Jacqueline is a former City lawyer and is now an Executive Producer and Director of our CIC.

Ruby Hammer MBE

Ruby is a British internationally acclaimed makeup artist and columnist. In 2007 she was appointed an MBE for her contribution to the cosmetics industry.