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Filmschau Baden-Württemberg to screen STERNENKIND’s tale of love and loss

In LFS Filmmaker Daniel MichalosSTERNENKIND, expecting parents Julia and Hannes receive the worst news possible. After two trimesters, they learn that having contracted a lethal illness, the unborn child will slowly die within Julia. This harrowing news is the catalyst for the drama in the film, ultimately emerging from one simple question; What would you do after receiving such earth-shattering news?

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LFS films bring comedy to thriller and horror genre at EAT OUR SHORTS

On Friday 2nd December, 31 films from schools across the UK belonging to The National Association for Higher Education in the Moving Images (NAHEMI) will come together at the Regent Street Cinema as part of the EAT OUR SHORTS student film festival.  NAHEMI acts as a forum for debate on all matters pertaining to the teaching practice in the Moving Image in Higher Education, and this year two films from

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Two nominations for OUTSIDE: Underwire & Grand Off World Independent

Many people will be familiar with the tragic tale of British Antartic expedition to the North Pole led by Captain Scott. While the actions of Scott are well documented, Azerbaijani Director Javid Zaidov chose to retell the story in his short film, OUTSIDE, but from the perspective of one of Scott’s men.

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WRONG WAY FORWARD heading in right direction

Earlier this November, Tara Tchablakian, who graduated from The London Film School with a Distinction, had her 17-minute short film, WRONG WAY FORWARD, screened as part of the NewFilmmakers’ Short Film program.

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Award for KM73 as tragedy inspires fiction

When he was at high school, a young Radu Ghelbereu experienced tragedy when one of his friends died on the way to buy a suit for  his prom.  While Ghelbereu was obviously saddened that he’d never see his friend again, this difficult scenario stayed with him until he used it as inspiration for his graduation film at The London Film School.

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