Silvia Beck

Silvia Beck has a career that spans over 25 years in the international film and TV industry working as a director, editor and cinematographer. She has headed up Met Film School Berlin as Director since it’s founding in 2012, where she shares her passion for film and storytelling with students from all over the world.

Under Silvia’s directorship student numbers at Met Film School Berlin have grown across both accredited programmes and short courses. This success has resulted in the school launching its first Masters programme in October 2015 in MA Directing. In addition, the school now offers short courses in both English and German languages. Silvia has also been instrumental in building up the School’s participation in local film festivals and forging links with local industry.

Whilst studying Cinematography at the National Film and Television School in the UK, Silvia shot two BAFTA-nominated short films; Going Down and Bait, and went on to become a respected director, editor and cinematographer for documentary films. Throughout her career, Silvia has worked on productions across Europe including I Am From Nowhere, The Trouble with Men and Women, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Veil of the Temple, Carmina Berlina and Nyman in Progress.