Praktisk Filmutbildning är en två årig utbildning som riktar sig till dig vill ta steget in i filmbranschen. Du utbildas inom manusskrivning, regi, produktion, foto, ljud, ljus, klippning och filmanalys. Genom praktiska övningar i studiomiljö och utomhus lär du dig om de konstnärliga likväl som tekniska aspekterna i filmklippning. Förutom lektioner och praktiskt filmskapande deltar du även i workshops med professionella skådespelare och medverkar på seminarium med folk från filmbranschen. Andra året avslutas med praktik där du får chansen att lära dig ”ute på fältet” samtidigt som du knyter ovärderliga kontakter för framtiden.
Praktisk Filmutbildning är CSN-berättigande och står under tillsyn av MYH – Myndigheten för Stockholms Filmskola.
Ansökan till Praktisk Filmutbildning öppnar 31 januari!
The International Film Production programme is a two semester intensive full-time course. During the two semesters you study script writing, directing, cinematography, film production, sound and editing, through practical exercises as well as seminars and lectures. The aim is to foster creators of narrative film with international potential.
You learn the basics of the complex profession of the film producer. As a director you learn to process a text and analyse the characters. You participate in workshops with actors while practicing directing and you train in how to pitch your ideas. As a cinematographer you will become familiar with different kind of professional camera equipment and learn about lighting in different environment.
The application for the International Film Production Programme is now open!
LANGUAGE: SWEDISH / ENGLISH
Intenzio is an intensive course where you learn the basics of what you need for a movie to be created, including; script, direction, cinematography, audio, editing and producing.
The course gives you training in script writing and cinematography; imaging, camera functions and lighting. You learn how to give personal instructions to actors, scene capture and converting an idea from script to movie. Additional to this you also learn how to handle lights, filters and camera equipment and plan a recording. You will review audio recording equipment and how to handle and select the right microphone. Over the course, we will also go through how to make a movie budget and to pitch your idea for the financiers. The course gives you practice in making movies with other people.
Everything you need to know before you shout ‘Action!’
The Film Director Prepares is a two day seminar aimed at prospective filmmakers with or without previous filmmaking experience; intent on making a particular film, or entering the film industry, or just applying to film school.
The seminar is a step-by-step outline for the entire preparation process, highly relevant for directors as well as for producers and any other creative and organisational roles in filmmaking.
Course leader Jonas Grimås is a Swedish director, writer and producer based in London. He has directed a number of tv-series and films, both in the UK and Sweden, and been awarded the BAFTA Film Award for his work on the short film The Artist.
The course was originally created for the London Film School’s Short Course Programme in 2014 where it’s held 2-3 times per year.
LANGUAGE: SWEDISH / ENGLISH
Occasionally, we arrange workshops and short courses in film-making and acting for screen.
These courses usually last over a couple of days and are directed for those who are already working in the film industry, to achieve a deeper understanding for your profession and/or try new areas in film.
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"I had no contacts in the film industry whatsoever, and knew next to nothing about filmmaking when I started Stockholm Film School. Here I stepped into a world where everyone talked about, and made film. The teachers were dedicated professional filmmakers. I learned all the basics, and since we shot on celluloid a lesson learned was the importance of planning and making well-calculated decisions. Apart from that I met many film mates, and we still hang ot together."
ARIL WRETBLAD, Director of Photography twice awarded with the Guldbagge award for Zozo and Snabba Cash
“Stockholm Film School's Practical Film Programme was the first (and most important) step I took to fulfill my dream. Although I have known throughout my life that it was film that I wanted to work with, it was not until I started here that I actually created a movie. During the education we lived film for two years. We constantly created; from idea to script to finished film. We developed in directing, production, cinematography, sound and editing; all A-functions to get a better understanding of what filmmaking means. All teachers are hands-on and have worked in the industry. It was very clear that they cared about us and our development as young filmmakers. Above all, they prepared us for the industry we all dream of. All professional recordings I have worked on since I graduated have had at least one alumni from SFS. With the right attitude and high ambition, SFS will give you the tools to become the filmmaker you always dreamed of becoming. ”
JOHAN STAVSJÖ, director, writer, producer
"At Stockholm Film School I discovered what I wanted to do. There I had the opportunity to try out different functions within filmmaking, and to meet professionals. I realized my greatest interest lies in following a story from the beginning to the end. That is why I applied - and was accepted - to the Film Production education at The Stockholm Academy of the Arts."
MIMMI SPÅNG, producer of films like Call Girl and Sebbe (both awarded with Guldbagge for Best film), runs the production company Garagefilm
"Stockholm Film School gave me an invaluable foundation to stand on, and the possibility to make mistakes, test stuff and work as much as I wanted and needed. This was a good headstart into the film business, and gave a lot to those who wanted. I have always desired an overview and to stand in the background, so after finishing Stockholm Film School I started my own company with myself as a producer together with a classmate. We at once had great opportunities to grow in the music video industry, within little time we had worked with big artists and today, a few years later I am an investment consultant in film, and executive producer between Stockholm and Los Angeles."
DANIEL BRAMME, Head of acqusition for Scandinavia, Big Air Studios Los Angeles
"I really liked the education, and the life at Stockholm Film School! When I graduated high school I felt that this is a place where everyone was so dedicated and filled with the will to make film. I already knew I wanted to be a cinematographer, and shot a lot since most of the others wanted to direct. When I finished Stockholm Film School I knew a lot about film which I first discovered while working as an assistant. I learned the basics well. If you learn what a film shoot entails, and understand what is demanded of an assistant then you will get a job. I meet many people in the film industry who are former students from Stockholm Film School."
ELLEN KUGELBERG, Director of Photography
”I knew I wanted to make film, but not exactly in what capacity, so it was great to learn all the different functions and the whole work process. I got a job as editor after the Film School. Today I am the CEO of a post production company and I have enormous use of knowing film production on all levels. It creates trust with my customers and I can be both supportive and make better decisions. At school I met many cool film mates with whom I am still in contact."
FILIP HAMMARSTRÖM, director and producer
"I had fun at Stockholm Film School. But first and foremost, I had wonderful teachers who were professional, industrially-trained artists, who shared everything they had from the industry's knowledge with us. Directing teacher Moberg and photographer-teacher Holmberg constantly tested our abilities and made me aware of how to work with actors, as well as all the technical and visual needs of learning about a camera."
SEBASTIAN IVERSEN SØGÅRD, filmmaker, director and producer
” Stockholms Film School is a place where you meet passionated teachers and students and be able to experiment and learn about filmmaking. Through systematical and intensive classes and exercises, it was a great opportunity to find out what my interest and strength are within the filmmaking process. 열정 넘치는 선생님들 그리고 학우들과 함께 영화 제작에 대해 마음껏 고민하고 실험해 볼 수 있는 좋은 장이자, 체계적이고 강도 높은 과정으로 영화 분야에서 나에게 어떤 흥미와 장점이 있는지 발견 할 수 있는 좋은 기회였습니다.”