Learn Filmmaking

In less than 1 minute our students tell you what the course is about and what challenges they choose to film at the end of each term (although they film practically every day)

filmmaking for young talents

We offer you a bit of everything: script, photography, acting, directing and editing, so that you are able to carry out your own audiovisual projects from start to finish. We have 3 types of filmmaking course, which one do you prefer?

online course

online course

Annual course

Annual course

Coffee Bean

Summer Camp

course specifications


In B.Movie School’s Annual On-Camera Acting Course you can learn first-hand what it is like to act in front of a camera, whether for a commercial, for television, for movies or simply a class video.

Classes will be taught in both English and Spanish, so it will be a unique opportunity to practice the language while you learn and enjoy the experience.


Our main goal is to introduce you in the most entertaining and didactic way to each activity. Therefore, we will give you total freedom so that you can bring to light your creativity and talent while we help and advise you at every step.


The Filmmaking course is aimed at young people between 12 and 21 years old who have an interest in the audiovisual world and want to train in the most practical way possible.


We offer a working and learning method based on the Learning-by-doing philosophy. The purpose is to improve the student’s skills by developing their creative capacity and stimulating their problem-solving abilities.

From the first moment, practical activities are carried out, thus helping students to take the first step in the audiovisual world while learning about themselves throughout the process.

We approach all courses based on specific projects. This way, we offer a continuous learning program where students see all their work and learning come to fruition.


  1. Script.
  2. Audiovisual languages and shots.
  3. Storyboard.
  4. Pre-production.
  5. Photography.
  6. Sound.
  7. Set lighting.
  8. Production.
  9. Post-production.

Throughout the course we will learn the meaning of each shot, its use and its intention, the steps you have to follow to create your own script from scratch, the basic rules of photography, how the different video and photo editing programs are used. You will also learn the different responsibilities on set, the tasks of the crew, the process of making a video from the script to the camera, the technical work from lighting to directing, production and post-production. Countless points that will shape you in the best way for your future.

Each of the contents and concepts will be studied carefully and at the same time you will apply them through a series of practices to complement what has been learned.


Throughout the courses, we will offer our students different experiences to develop their talent inside and outside of class, which includes all the different aspects of the audiovisual world.

Through the course, students will have end of quarter projects and an end of course project. These will allow the students to apply what they have learned and practiced during classes, and for that we propose these projects annually:

Short film or TV pilot episode

Music video or advertising spot

Short documentary or publicity spot on social awareness.

Out of class projects:

Script development: throughout the course, each student will develop their own script for a short film or a television pilot episode by applying the script writing techniques taught in class.

Scenes or monthly sketches: each student will develop a home video as practical exercises that add to the content taught in class.


We guarantee our students the experience of using professional cameras and filming equipment. Our students have access to and will be able to use first-hand top-of-the-range equipment used in professional sets. The students’ previous year projects were filmed with the RED EPIC MX 5K camera, BMPCC 6K camera and ZEISS compact cp2 professional cinema lens, among other devices.

Festival distribution

The student’s final project (or other project that proves to be of sufficient quality) has a life of distribution at festivals. Our philosophy is to always consider the project of our students as our own and as something that we want to have in our own study plans and for that, we try to ensure that their project reaches the maximum possible distribution by sending them to festivals and events that best fit the quality of the final result, ensuring their work the recognition it deserves.

Movie theater screening

As an annual event, we offer our students, their friends and family the opportunity to screen their project for the local community in a professional movie theater with a minimum capacity of 150 audiences, so they can have the experience of seeing their work on the big screen.

Production platform

We encourage our students throughout the course to begin to create among themselves a production platform, in which we will help them by guiding and supporting them to reach the closest possible level to the work of a newly created production company, in the hope to support the students to carry out more projects independently or with our sponsorship. On this platform, students brand their production line, run the brand’s social network, create its blog or website, submit projects to competitions, make a casting call, advance production tasks.


Filmmaking for Young Talents


Phone Numbers

+(34) 966 57 21 09
+(34) 622 21 29 35


Italia 33
03003 Alicante

Working Hours

Week days: 10-14h + 18-20h
Saturday:     10-14h

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