MetFilm School Berlin is based at BUFA; Berliner Union-Film GmbH and Co Studio KG. The BUFA Campus is an iconic film campus overlooking Berlin’s famous Tempelhof Airport. The first studios were built in 1912, and with over 100 years of experience making movies, the site has continued to play an important role in the production of world class media.
Walt Disney’s Emil and the Detectives, Bob Fossey’s Oscar-winning Cabaret, and scenes from The Blue Angel, directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Mariene Dietrich have been filmed at BUFA Studios, as well as one of the first ever horror films, The Golem (1920) by Carl Boese and Paul Wegener.
Today, BUFA Studios comprises of five film studios, one green screen studio, eleven dubbing studios and two mixing studios. it is not only home to MetFilm School Berlin, but also to in-house production companies, a camera and lighting rental house, a prop house, a set building company, and post production facilities. The School’s location enables students to experience the atmosphere of a working film studio on a day-to-day basis.
Individual School Visits
If you’d like to make an individual visit to the School, including a personal consultation, please register your interest emailing Nina Hartwig on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visits can be arranged on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Please be aware that School visits are only for people interested in studying with us.
We’d like to remind that all courses at MetFilm School Berlin are taught in English.
MetFilm School Berlin Merchandise
Buy MetFilm School hoodies, t-shirts, and travel mugs – available in a variety of colours and sizes.
To purchase your own MetFilm School merch, visit the reception of our BUFA Studios campus.