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Four Major Awards for LFS Talent at 67th Berlinale

Congratulations to our LFS staff, students and alumni who presented work at the 67th Berlinale. These were London Film School films through and through - brave, daring, surprising and tackling complex issues, and each made an impact.

The judges awarded LFS talent with 4 major awards this year at the Berlinale 2017:

GONZALO MAZA, LFS SCREENWRITING STUDENT | ‘UNA MUJER FANTASTICA (A FANTASTIC WOMAN)’ : SILVER BEAR FOR BEST SCREENPLAY, TEDDY AWARD - BEST FEATURE FILM 2017, INDEPENDENT JURIES, ECUMENICAL JURY, SPECIAL MENTION

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World Premieres and Debut Features for LFS at the Berlinale

The Berlinale International Film Festival is one of the most important dates for the international film industry, set in the exciting, cosmopolitan cultural hub that is Berlin.

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NFFTY gives HOW WE ARE NOW its online premiere

The National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY), founded in 2007, has grown into one of the world’s largest film festivals for emerging directors.  Each year, the festival showcases films by directors aged 24 and under, aiming to encourage and acknowledge young artists by promoting their accomplishments through festivals and programs.

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Serial Eyes accepting applications for 2017/18

SERIAL EYES is now accepting applications for the new class of 2017-2018.

WHAT IS SERIAL EYES?

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Documentary THE INVISIBLE WORD receives multiple digital releases

The London Film School (LFS) alumnus Alberto Boldini started writing scripts for short films while he was studying Literature and Philosophy in Italy. After joining LFS, he developed his technical skills by working as a cinematographer and editor whilst also discovering an unexpected interest in documentaries, the focus of term 3 for filmmakers on the MAF course.

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