When the film industry’s first film school was founded in the early 1900s, the idea of educating aspiring film makers was not an uncommon one.
Today, there are several film schools in the United Kingdom and the United States.
But the oldest of them all is the Royal School of Dramatic Art in London, founded in 1896.
It’s been around since 1869, and it has been teaching students to make and produce the world’s most famous movies for more than 50 years.
This year marks its 150th anniversary.
Here, we take a look at some of the highlights of the school’s history, from the founding of its first class to its current staff.1.
The Royal Academy of Dramaturgy was founded by the Queen in 1890.
Its founding charter states that its aim is “to promote the art and science of dramaturgy, the study of the arts and sciences of the world, with special reference to the drama, the history of film, and the history and practice of film writing and production.”
The Queen’s daughter, Princess Margaret, served as the school principal from 1902 until her death in 1910.2.
Royal Academy’s first class was named after Princess Margaret.
In 1905, Princess Mary married Prince George of Wales, who was already a student.
The pair began studying together and eventually married in 1912.
In 1918, the school was renamed the Royal Academy and was later renamed the University of London.3.
Royal College of Dramatology is a British academic institution that focuses on the study and teaching of drama.
Its current students are the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Its first class began in 1874 and graduated over 300 students, most of whom became famous actors and directors.4.
The first film produced by the Royal College was “The Queen in a New Dress,” written by James Thurber, an 1894 film student and film critic.
In the movie, Queen Elizabeth II is shown wearing a gown and a veil.
It was the first feature film produced for women.5.
Queen Victoria and Princess Margaret both attended the Royal Film School in 1909.
The Queen’s son, Prince Philip, joined the school as a drama student in 1914.6.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip attended the first Royal Film Festival in 1939.7.
The school’s first drama student, Arthur Conan Doyle, was a graduate of the Royal Cinema School in London.8.
The King and Queen of Scotland were among the first film makers to attend the Royal Dramaturgical Institute in 1913.
The two have attended the school ever since.9.
In 1926, the Royal Royal Academy was established in Edinburgh.
Its members are mostly known as film directors, producers and directors of screenplays.10.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons was founded to further the educational needs of the British medical profession.
It is the oldest and largest medical school in the world.11.
In 1925, the film school started teaching children about film and photography.
It also taught students about the effects of war.12.
Queen Charlotte and Prince Phillip joined the Royal Theatre School, founded by Lord Dunsany in 1871, in 1910, and became members of the College of Film Directors and Screenwriters in 1926.13.
In 1920, the Queen gave the Royal Opera Company a film production scholarship worth $100,000.14.
The Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts was established by the British government in 1908 as an independent body that could teach students music theory and composition.15.
In 1924, the College became the first of the leading music schools in Britain to be accredited.
It taught the leading artists and composers of the time.16.
The University of Westminster was founded as a British university in 1876.
It has remained the largest university in the U.K. since 1902.17.
The United Kingdom’s first television network was the BBC.
It opened in 1877 and is now known as the BBC Television Centre.18.
Queen Mary and Prince Albert attended the University College of London and were among its first graduates.19.
The First Film School was founded on the campus of the University, of which the Royal University of Art and Sciences is an affiliate.
The name refers to the school building where the first school was located.
The new school is now called the University Film School.20.
Queen Margaret married Prince Charles of Wales in 1902 and served as his principal until his death in 1907.
She was one of the founding members of Queen Elizabeth’s Royal Film Company and she was awarded the Queen’s highest honour in 1947.21.
The School of Film and Television was established as a branch of the Arts Council in 1920 and was known as Art College in the 1920s.
Its alumni include some of Britain’s best-known film directors.22.
Queen Anne and Prince Charles were the first royal daughters to graduate from the Royal Court.
Their daughter, Elizabeth, was also educated at the School of Cinematic Arts.