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We are enormously proud of the Silver Bear Jury Prize win for Rafael Mendoza’s (MAF 192) graduation film Filipiñana at the 70th Berlinale. Read all about the film and the award-winning team behind it here. The film has also been selected to screen at this year's
London Film School was delighted this weekend to hear that LFS student, Rafael Manuel, had won the Silver Bear at the Berlinale Film Festival for the Short Film Jury Prize with his LFS graduation film, Filipiñana!
Director of LFS, Gisli Snaer, said: “We are all tremendously proud of Rafael and the entire Filipiñana crew for producing such a stunning, unique film. Each and every one of them richly deserved to be nominated and win this prestigious award.”
Gigi Roccati C. 146 graduation film "CHLOE TRAVELS TIME" won the UNIVERSAL STUDIO CINEMASTER 2005 which gave Gigi a three week internship at Universal and Focus Film in May in LA where he had a chance ot meet top executives and directors. Chloe has been bought by the Sky Channel Universal Studio and has been broadcast.
Mike received his award at the Belgium-based festival beginning of October from Imelda Staunton, Oscar-nominated star of his 2004 drama "VERA DRAKE".
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.