Why Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School?
Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM) has more than 20 years of teaching experience.
Graduates leave with an extensive portfolio of films and audio-visual content for further career, plus an internationally validated university degree.
BFM believes in hands-on approach.
Internship possibilities in different media enterprises and also in the Estonian Public Broadcasting.
Lectures at BFM are given by well-known filmmakers and media professionals in Estonia such as Arvo Iho, Renita Lintrop, Marianna Kaat, Dirk Hoyer, Jüri Pihel and Indrek Treufeldt.
The university provides students with a state of the art facilities and equipment. BFM building houses Estonia’s first 4K cinema hall, film and sound studios, and editing rooms. In addition, BFM is home to Estonian Digital Centre, which offers post-production services.
BFM has over 30 partner universities in Europe and China, which offers a truly exciting mix of cultures that creates an invaluable professional network for your later career.