LFS announces Honorary Associate and ex-tutor Colin Tucker has passed away on 6 August 2018.
Gisli Snaer, Director of LFS: “On behalf of all of us here at LFS, it is with great sadness that I deliver today the heart-breaking news of the death of a colleague and friend, Colin Tucker. Colin made many great contributions to the School and his work will not soon be forgotten. He will be very missed.”
Many congratulations to graduate Fateme Ahmadi, cast and crew on ‘Bitter Sea’, a commissioned short as part of the London Calling Scheme.
‘Bitter Sea’ is a short film by writer-director Fateme Ahmadi (Berlinale Talent 2017) and produced by Emma Parsons (Touching The Void, Captive), starring ADA Condeescu (‘If I Want to Whistle’, ‘I Whistle’, ‘Loverboy’).
Atlantic Founder and LFS' first student, Rex Tasker, paid tribute to by National Film Board of Canada
July 27, 2018 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB)
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is paying tribute to its Atlantic founder, Rex Tasker, who died on July 24 at his home in Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia.
Three London Film School students, along with tutor Richard Kwietniowski, are set to represent London Film School with a showcase of their graduation films at the Sarajevo Film Festival this August.
Carlos Armella C. 141 and Pedro Gonzales-Rubio C. 141 have won the Horizontes Award at the 53rd San Sebastian Film Festival this year with their first feature length documentary "TORO NEGRO" (BLACK BULL) directed by them both.
It has also been screened at this year's Toronto International Film Festival receiving great reviews.
Alessandro Celli C.149 shot a little independent film "LEO E SANDRA", just before his graduation film, which is doing extremely well at film festivals worldwide. For more information please see below:
"LEO E SANDRA'
writer/drirector: ALESSANDRO CELLI
production: BLUE SUEDE SHOOTS
35MM COLOR - 6'35"
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS AND AWARDS:
N.I.C.E.- New Italian Cinema Events
New York and San Francisco, USA
Festival International Cinema Meditteranean Montpellier, Montpellier,
France, October 2005
Frederik Hamm's 6th term (C. 148) graduation film "SIEBENSCHLAFER" (DORMOUSE) has been chosen for screening at The London Film Festival in November.
Ginevra Elkann's 6th term (C.150) graduation film "VADO A MESA" has been accepted for screening at the Venice Film Festival in September.