This year’s Cannes Film Festival launched amid a storm of protest and controversy this year as would only be fitting.
London Film School welcomes Timo Heinänen F.S.C., cinematographer and previously a professor at Aalto University, Finland as Head of Camera.
The tenth annual East End Film Festival begins today in east London. The festival, which celebrates both local and international rising talent, will run until the 29th of April and will screen three projects from LFS grads and alumni during its run. Those projects selected are Monica Santis' 'Hacia el Sol', Hero Mackenzie's 'Release', and Toby Wharton's 'Master of Ceremonies' - the last of which LFS graduate Laura Seward DP'ed.
Congratulations and Celebrations go to Babak Jalali as his film "Heydar, An Afghan in Tehran" has been nominated for a BAFTA in the Best Short Film Category 2006.
"HEYDAR, AN AFGHAN IN TEHRAN" Graduation film written and directed by Babak Jalali (C. 149)won Best Student Film at the New York City Short Film Festival, November 2005. The film also got a Special Mention at the Cork Film Festival, Ireland - October 2005.
This film is doing really well as it has been accepted at 12 festivals and already screened at 9 of them.
"I AND THOU" Written and directed by Federico Spoliansky (C.147), which was his graduation film, has just won Best Experimental Film at the Miami Short Film Festival, USA, 21-26 November.
Also, at the same festival, Daniel Silber's "HOUNDS" was one of the runners up for Best Short Movie.
"TEMPUS FUGIT" Written and directed by Enric Folch, C.110 has now won all the following awards: