National Film & Television School win BAFTA for “Outstanding Contribution to Cinema” Award.

National Film & Television School win BAFTA for “Outstanding Contribution to Cinema” Award.

We are so pleased to see a school we supply countless make-up students and graduates to, being recognised with this prestigious award. 

 

 

It just goes to show the value of excellent training within the industry. The NFTS is undisputed as the best British Film School, with graduates winning 10 Oscars and 19 BAFTAs so far. 

“You can see those qualities in the work our students produce at the school and you can see it in the work of the 10 students and graduates nominated for BAFTAs tonight. From Roger Deakins for Blade Runner 2049, to Stuart Wilson for Star Wars and Dario Marianelli for Darkest Hour through to more recent graduates such as Emily Morgan and Paloma Baeza who competed and won in the Best Debut and Short film Categories. At the NFTS our goal is to ensure that the future Roger Deakins or Emily Morgan – wherever they may come from and whatever their means – have the opportunity and support to reach their full potential.” 

If you are curious about a career in film, you can check out their website here. 

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