National Film and Television School opens ground-breaking 4K Digital Content Training studio and Hub Posted: 02/10/2017

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) officially opens the Sony Gallery, which is located in its ground-breaking 4K Digital Content Training Studio. Part of the new state-of-the-art facilities at its Beaconsfield campus, the new space will provide an unparalleled opportunity for students to learn the ropes of television production and prepare them for the world of modern broadcasting, with the ability to shoot, record, and stream live content in 4K.

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NFTS Selects Blackmagic Design Live Production Workflow for Sports Production Course Posted: 18/11/2016
Blackmagic Design has announced that its broadcast infrastructure products are being used by the National Film and Television School (NFTS) as part of a new diploma in Sports Production.

Replicating industry standard workflows, the NFTS has designed and implemented a solution featuring Blackmagics URSA Mini 4K PL, equipped with the Blackmagic URSA Mini B4 Mount, and ATEM live production hardware. The diploma is delivered in partnership with IMG, one of the worlds largest independent sports producers, and aims to equip students with the editorial skills required to produce state of the art sports and live events coverage as well as highlights content.

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Harry Potter director honoured by National Film and Television School Posted: 25/02/2010
On Friday 26 February the National Film and Television School will present Harry Potter film director David Yates with an Honorary Fellowship at its annual graduation ceremony.
The NFTS Fellowship is awarded in recognition of outstanding contribution to the British film and television industry and previous recipients include Lord Attenborough CBE, David Lean CBE, Nick Park CBE and Alan Parker CBE. 
David Yates, a graduate of the NFTS, is a multi-BAFTA winning director who began his career in television. After leaving the NFTS, he directed high profile dramas including The Sins, The Way We Live Now and the political thriller State of Play, for which he earned a Directors Guild of Great Britain Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement. Further awards for Sex Traffic and The Girl in the Caf followed before David was offered his highest profile project to date with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The fifth film in the series was a critical and box office success, becoming the 8th best selling film ever worldwide. Yates is currently working on the final two films in the Harry Potter series, having also directed Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, which broke box office records on its release.
On being awarded an honorary fellowship, Yates stated: 'I am really proud to be given an NFTS fellowship and to join the impressive group of filmmakers who already hold the honour. The NFTS gave me my first big break by letting me through its doors for which I will always be grateful – and to return home and be acknowledged for the work I've done since graduating is a real treat. Thank you.
Nik Powell, Director of the NFTS stated: 'We are really pleased to have the opportunity to honour one of our most successful graduates at today's Graduation Ceremony. It is a poignant and inspiring moment to have one of our own alumni cheer on the next generation of behind-the-camera talent, even if in typical film fashion, David could only be here on screen due to his current Harry Potter commitments'.
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Former ITV boss Simon Shaps is to succeed Michael Kuhn as Chairman of the Board of the National Film and Television School. In a double appointment, media financier Stephen Louis, founder of Enable Partners, will follow Peter Bazalgette as Deputy Chairman. The new appointments
will take effect from 8 December 2009.
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