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David Wilson, Director of Bradford City of Film, Kath Oldale, Principal of Bradford College and Trevor Griffiths, Director of Bradford WW International Film School

Bradford College hosted Bradford International Film Summit events demonstrating the power of film in education.

Detail of 'Midas Magic' by Jane Harris

Students, artists and academics from around the UK gathered at the Dye House Gallery on 5th March 2015 to see the Private View of a new exhibition and enjoy the associated symposium exploring the many interpretations of the monochrome genre.

Director of Bradford-WWI Film School, Trevor Griffiths with Steven Brierley, Sales and Marketing Director for ILFORD Imaging and Steve Macleod, Senior Director Metro Imaging.

The cameras rolled and filming began as Bradford College’s WWI Film School teamed up with ILFORD Photo to make a new film that will be used as a teaching aid for photographers wishing to improve their printing techniques and will be distributed in schools, colleges and universities across the world.

Our students visit underground Bradford tunnels

Student from Bradford College will be helping to regenerate Bradford after being approached to design interiors of new bars and shops in underground Bradford tunnels.

Rad Miller

The free nationwide entry-level scheme travels across the UK to, providing support, training and master classes to 16-25 year olds from all backgrounds keen to break into the creative industry in the form of a 4Talent Day.

Enjoying work experience at the BBC

Three of last year's HND Creative Media Production students made such an impression on work placement at the BBC that they were offered further training and employment.

Thursday, June 4, 2015 - 17:00

Photography, film, animation and creative collections showcased by students from pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at Bradford-WW International Film School.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 19:00

Details of all the exhibitions, performances and fashion shows by our talented students.