Met Film School is strongly engaged with social media, consistently sharing information across our various platforms. By following us you can access up to date information on our courses, events, promotions, competitions, blog postings, student work, alumni projects and guest speakers.
Our team are passionate film fans too, so we love to share details of upcoming releases, screenings, festivals, filmmaking news and particularly London based happenings – making it important to follow us even if you don’t study here!
Facebook – Packed full of updates on exciting film news developments, interesting blog links, updates on our practical filmmaking courses and the occasional trailer too.
Twitter – Get all of our news on the go, as and when it happens! Our page is regularly updated and is great for those who want to get an insight into everything that goes on at Met, as well as tip-offs on all the exciting film events that we hear about. It’s a great place to engage, so we encourage you to ask our team questions and get involved with our competitions!
Linkedin – We know that Linkedin users are all busy people, so we don’t like to make too much noise and distract you from your work. However, we get some pretty exciting filmmakers, producers and industry professionals in at Met Film School and think it’s great to share their insight with people in similar fields.
Tumblr – A fairly lightheaded page that leans towards our favourite thing – visual content! Here you can find embedded videos of student work, some inspiring iconic images and some general film fanatic posts.
Google + – An accumulation of our Linkedin and Tumblr pages, this is a great place to access impressive professional content, much of which focuses on our alumni, and noteworthy student work. Has a strong link to our YouTube channel too.
FOLLOW OUR VIDEOS –
Our channel offers videos showcasing our informative and inspiring programme overviews, filmmaking tips, student and alumni interviews and relevant affiliated film trailers.Here is a video launched last year in celebration of our 10th birthday!
To benefit from Vimeo’s high quality and professional aesthetic, we frequently upload examples of impressive student work and footage from our regular industry masterclasses.Here is a video of highlights from our conversation with acclaimed filmmaker Noel Clarke.
Our Social Media Policy
Met Film School’s Social Media Policy and Guidelines are designed for employees who use, or wish to use, social media within their role at Met Film. This page provides guidance on Met Film School’s social media policy and usage; how, why and when to use social media; and etiquette and best practice.
Read our Social Media Policy here.
Adding to our Social Media Presence
We actively encourage our students and staff to create new Social Media presences for Met Film School.
If you plan to set up a new social media page, group or blog for Met Film School please notify the Marketing Team and they will be able to offer guidance and ensure that your presence is listed on this page.
You can contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org