Film School Fees

Film School Fees

Filmmaking course fees start from around £11.00 per hour.

Course fees include all tuition, all equipment, provision of post-production services and additional membership benefits.

Course fees vary at each film school location. Courses in London tend to have higher fees, associated with higher running costs.

We offer free filmmaking trial classes, where you’re able to try out our courses before committing to a whole term. Book a trial class here >>

For details of local film school fees, please find classes at your nearest film school here >>>

Sibling & Group Discounts:

Sibling and group membership discounts are offered, along with occasional promotional offers.

Please contact your local Sparks Film School office to redeem any membership or sibling discounts.

Payment Options:

Course membership is available with flexible payment options, including monthly or termly payments.

Monthly subscription members receive a 10% discount on term time courses.

You can register for holiday courses with a deposit, paying the remaining balance in monthly instalments. Simply contact us if you would like to arrange a payment plan.

You can register for any of our filmmaking courses using Childcare Vouchers and the Childcare Choices scheme. Please see here for more details >>

Membership & Notice

All we ask is that when you choose to move on from your membership, that you provide a month’s notice. This helps us to manage our class waiting lists and ensure that another child is able to benefit from the space.

You can find our full Terms and Conditions here.

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Student testimonials

Rachel Woolcott

Parent

Great camp to develop creativity and for children to learn about film making. In this short period of time the teachers were engaging; the group developed a story for a short film, acted, set the scenes and were behind the camera, my son loved the activities.

Seb.

Young Filmmaker

I've learned so much here I don't know where to start.
I’ve learned how to shoot a film properly, how to compose a shot. I’ve learned how to edit, how to take an idea and turn it into something you can see on the screen. It’s been amazing.

Guilia Merlo

Parent

My 7 year old had the best time at Sparks summer camp, it really helped him grow his confidence too! He was initially reluctant to be in front of the camera, we were reassured by Sparks that he wouldn't need to but once he was there, he actually really enjoyed having a few lines in the final movie :) He still speaks highly of his time at Sparks several weeks later!

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