The first Ukrainian film school based on the largest film studio in Eastern Europe FILM.UA.
The first Ukrainian film school based on the largest film studio in Eastern Europe FILM.UA.
graduated students
short films
written scripts
acting shows
We are raising a new generation of workers in the Ukrainian film industry. Our students receive a decent film education, learn how to make a film in practice, and have the opportunity to gain knowledge from the best professionals in the industry. And there is no better place to do it than the largest film studio in Ukraine – FILM.UA.

It doesn't matter if you have previous experience in filmmaking or you are a beginner. Everyone will be able to find in the film school exactly what they are looking for – from the inspiration to create personal projects to the necessary skills needed to work in cinema the day after graduation.
Why choose us?
  • 1
    We are the first and most powerful film school in Ukraine.
  • 2
    Students have access to all resources of the film studio FILM.UA.
  • 3
    Teachers of the school - practices whose experience is impressive.
  • 4
    Students find like-minded people and build reliable business relationships with them.
The training takes place on the territory of the modern full-scale closed-loop film studio FILM.UA, which has released more than 6,000 hours of commercial content.
Who teaches?
Professionals of modern cinema work with students. Meetings and workshops with world-renowned representatives of the film and television industry will give you answers to important questions and motivation to move forward.
What do students have access to?
The film school has state-of-the-art lighting, sound and video equipment. We have our own shooting pavilions, production platforms Postproduction HUB and Dolby Premier Studio, our own cinema, as well as warehouses of props and costumes.
What are the prospects?
The door to the filming locations and castings of the studio's film and TV projects will open for you, both during training and after graduation from UFS.
Study programs at Ukrainian Film School

Curator: Maksym Mykhaylichenko
Open call for the 2022 school year
Curator: Taras Tkachenko
Open call for the 2022 school year
Curator: Oleksiy Lamakh
Open call for the 2022 school year
Curator: Kyrylo Horobets
Open call for the 2022 school year
Curator: Yaroslav Voytseshek
Open call for the 2022 school year
Acting for kids 6-11 years

Teachers: Iryna Voloshyna, Artur Artimenyev, Natalia Jura
Open call for the 2022 school year

Students get acquainted with process of film production. Students will learn the main stages of pre-production, production and post-production.

Open call for the 2022 school year
Film actor's profession

A course for teenagers for first meeting with the profession of actor in cinema. Preparing for roles, working in the frame, filming, learning about yourself and abilities.

Open call for the 2022 school year
Film Camp

Project camp for children from 8 to 14 years where they make their own movie.
Open call for summer 2022
Film Workshops

Intensive immersion in the world of cinema. 4 blocks of 3 days will teach you everything you need to know about cinema.
Open call for summer 2022
Acting Intensive

This is a practical intensive course for those who want to become a film actor.
The game. Intensive with Art Coach

Get rid of stoppers that prevent you from developing and improving your standard of living at this stage.
Dramaturgy of Editing

A practical course that combines screenwriting, directing and directing editing in a simple schematic presentation.

Scriptwriting workshop

Get the opportunity to learn more about the profession of screenwriter, get acquainted with special software, try yourself in writing a synopsis and get honest feedback from professionals

Our Teem
  • Alyona Timoshenko
  • Iryna Klintsova
    Project manager UFS
  • Oleksandra Gorelik
    Project manager UFS
  • Anastasia Dzogii
    Project manager UFS KIDS&TEENS
Our Partners
UFS Short - workshops and short programs
The address
Film studio FILM.UA
Ukraine, Kyiv
street Zakrevsky, 22