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London Facilities

MetFilm School London Facilities

MetFilm School London Facilities

Cameras and Grip

Students on accredited courses are trained on cameras including the Sony Z90 and the Sony FS7, with those electing to specialise having access to Arri Alexa Mini. Non-accredited courses work with the Sony Z90 and the Sony FS7 dependent on delivery. A range of grip equipment, including flatbed dollies, skateboard dollies, and carbon fibre sliders are available to all of our students.


Lighting training across courses is synced with trends in the industry focused on modular systems and sustainability. Aputure and Aputure Amaran LED lighting systems are supported by an array of industry-standard tungsten fixtures such as Dedos, Arri 650s, Arri 1K, Arri 2K and Kinos.


Equipment includes Zoom H6 with advanced sound training on accredited courses on Sound Devices MixPre 6ii. Mic systems range from RODE NTG3 and MKH416 to Sennheiser G3 RX/TX systems.

Post Production

Our state-of-the-art grading theatres provide a fantastic platform for the creative process, all coupled with the colour confidence of our Truelight and THX cineSpace colour calibration systems. The Avid and FCP suites together with our Nuke and After Effects suites allow us to conform, effect, and finish to the highest standard.

Sound editing, recording, and mixing up to theatrical film specification can be accomplished in our Protools HD 5:1 ICON suite.

We run two grading theatres fitted with high gamut digital projectors. The suites also have access to Sony Grade 1 CRT monitors and high-end LCD panels to allow total confidence in colour for theatrical and broadcast release.

Procam Take 2

MetFilm School London has entered into a unique partnership with facility giant Procam Take 2. Learn more about the partnership with Procam Take 2.

Production Services

Our advisors and production facilities team offer a range of cameras, lighting, and sound equipment to support student projects. Experienced industry tutors and advisors help students to select the most appropriate resources across a range of platforms, including film, television, and new media.