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Killed By My Debt wins at RTS: Congrats to tutor Matt Button and graduates

We'd like to wish a heart congratulations to tutor Matt Button, Head of Production Design at London Film School, who, alongside three graduates, won Best Single Drama at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards!

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March Roundup: Emerging LFS talent to watch out for

It has been a busy month for our students and graduates on the film festival circuit! Below is a selection of the many screenings and nominations in the UK and beyond. 

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"It's all about voice!" An interview with up-and-coming screenwriter Kaamil Shah

Recently, we were thrilled to announce that alumnus Kaamil Shah (MA Screenwriting 2018) was selected for Series Mania, a week-long TV series writing workshop in Lille, France in March 2019, in collaboration with Paris College of Art. (Click here to read the announcement.) Kaamil graduated from LFS ready to make waves in the industry, and the achievements he's had since graduating are astounding.
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MA Screenwriting Alumni Selected for Series Mania and Canneseries

Screenwriters embrace the world through words. Championing unique viewpoints, diverse stories and provocative conversations, screenwriters are changing and challenging the film landscape today. 'From script to screen' starts with the script, and we're proud to say that these scriptwriters' journeys have started at Covent Garden.

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Female representation and ‘strong women’ paradox with LFS Honorary Associate and 2019 BAFTA winner for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema, Elizabeth Karlsen

At a time when much of the conversation in the film industry revolves around gender parity and representation of women on the world’s top film sets, Elizabeth Karlsen is one of the industry’s mavericks whose views on the subject might offer some insight. The multi-award-winning producer’s most recent films Colette and Carol are illustrative of the type of stories that can win critics and audiences while giving women’s narratives centre stage. She is currently a Patron of the Women’s Film and Television Network.

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