TV and Film Acting School
Located in Eastleigh, Lymington and Portsmouth
UK Film Academy is a well-established, affordable, independent award-winning film school for students aged 5-18 years running 3 centres of excellence in Portsmouth, The New Forest and Southampton.
We believe that all our students have unique qualities and talents, and our weekly classes are designed to nurture, engage and encourage the development of the individual young person’s talents including-aspiring pop stars, budding actors or technical film crew through varied creative projects with the support and knowledge of our tutors, all of whom are highly experienced specialists within the industry and have excellent reputations within their fields. All our tutors are fully DBS checked.
The Creative Work
UK Film Academy students are given the opportunity to engage in a variety of projects through the year Films, Documentaries Music Videos, also to take part in our own in-house Internet Series, Film Festival work and Live talent Shows.
All students at no extra fee can register with our associate children’s UK Agent with possibilities of appearing in major commercial films and television programmes.
Students also have the opportunity this year to audition to take part in a feature film with our Associate Production Company to be released on Netflix.
Oscar Nights & Film Premiere
We hold various exciting events throughout the year including students attending their own Hollywood style film Premiere at Odeon cinemas and Grand Oscar nights at The Hilton Hotels.
UK Film Academy’s aim is not just to give screen acting and Production experience, but also to build confidence and lifelong friendships to take forward on their life journey.
An award-winning independent film school
Based in Portsmouth, Southampton and Lymington for students aged 5-18 years old.
"young actors arrive in style for UK Film Academy Red Carpet Premiere at Odeon Cinema Port Solent"
Learn Production "Like our young film crew team"
Winners of Big Syn International Film Festival 2019
This film aims to emphasise the importance of acceptance within our world of mental health. To acknowledge and understand others issues helps to overcome and comfort those struggling through the pain of an illness which may not be visible to all. The main focus of this being younger kids, for if not looked after, these states of mind may forever impact their future and ability to learn as well as adapt to societies ever-changing methods. Out of the few shown in the film, there are many more that need to be shown to the world so that we can help the children that influence the future of our planet.
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Portsmouth teenagers scoop international film festival award for short about mental health
Future Stars Get the Red Carpet Treatment