The National Film and Television School (NFTS) offers exceptional education and professional training. The school has produced numerous award-winning film and television programme-makers and has a worldwide reputation.
Following the successful delivery of The Oswald Morris Building in 2007, GHA were appointed to develop two new purpose-built facilities plus improvements to the external environment and refurbishment of the 1920s Film Studio.
These buildings are part of a £20 million development covering over 20,000 square feet in total. The new facilities incorporate a 4K digital content studio, second cinema and supplementary teaching space to accommodate the latest generation of School courses.
The Teaching Block Studio is a dedicated three-storey teaching facility housing a new film shooting studio, dubbing room, 12 new class basses, seminar rooms and editing suites.
The Channel 4 Rose Building is a three-storey building, housing administrative facilities, student class bases, a cafe, ‘Incubation’ rooms, and a small screening room.
The second phase was completed by 2017 and GHA are currently developing proposals for an ambitious third phase, which will include the reconfiguration of the main film production studio.