National Film and Television School
The National Film and Television School (NFTS) is a center of excellence for graduate film and TV training. It selects the most talented people to enter the film, games and television industry at a professional level.
The NFTS has taught the country's top media talent for over forty years including award-winning graduates Director David Yates (Harry Potter), Cinematographer Roger Deakins (Skyfall), Animator Nick Park (Wallace & Gromit), Composer Dario Marianelli (Atonement) and many other notable talents.
NFTS graduates have won 7 Oscars, over 100 BAFTAs and the coveted Cannes Film Festival Camera d'Or prize among many others. It is the first film school to have won all three CILECT awards for fiction, animation and documentary.
Prior to studying at the National Film and Television School, Rose completed a BA in Film at London College of Communication. Much of her interests lie in telling intimate stories that explore the darker, more hidden sides of characters' psyches. She is also passionate about creating aesthetically rich films with a bold visual style.
After having worked in production, Franziska joined the National Film and Television School for an MA in Film Producing. During the two years, one of her short films JeanetMila screened at the 2013 London Film Festival and she produced a 30-sec commercial, a music video, an animation short film and four live action shorts.
Having started in stills photography before moving into cinematography, James has shot across multiple formats from on narrative, promo, commercial and documentary work. His recent work includes short documentary "Notes on Blindness" which premiered at Sundance 2014.