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STILL ROLLING to premiere at JIFF 2017

Born in Singapore and having spent most of her formative years in Mumbai, LFS filmmaker Natashja Rathore’s affinity towards Hindi cinema is understandable: "India has done as much for cinema as America, and there are as many great Bollywood films as there are great Hollywood films. However, despite being the second largest movie industry in the world, Hindi films are often indefensibly ignored.”

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Strong LFS contingent to screen eight shorts at LSFF 2017

The London Short Film Festival (LSFF), now in its 14th year, has been recognised as the premiere UK showcase for cutting-edge UK independent film, while now accepting international submissions. Renowned for daring cross-arts programming, they have showcased the very best of the country’s raw talent for 12 years.  Every year the Festival’s large and loyal audience flock to screenings and events, and this network has grown steadily over a decade and beyond.

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Yanqi Chen’s THE ROAD scoops Best Student Film at UKFF

Towards the end of the November this year, LFS graduate Yanqi Chen’s THE ROAD screened at the UK Film Festival (UKFF).  The film followed Jinle, a Chinese high school student, who tries to find a way out of the educating system.

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Screenwriting is Filmmaking

The Screenwriting Masters (MAS) at The London Film School is not solely for the out-and-out writer.  Many have ambitions of directing, or are directors who hope to better understand the art of storytelling to add to their skillset.

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88 festivals and counting for Emre Kayis' THE TRANSLATOR

Students from The London Film School have produced a vast array of short films and documentaries that have gone on to do extremely well at festivals around the world. Though the success of Emre Kayis and his film, THE TRANSLATOR stands out for many reasons.

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