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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.”
The London Film School, the UK’s longest-standing institution for nurturing filmmaking talent in the UK has announced prolific Director/Writer/Producer Sir Alan William Parker CBE and Gurinder Chadha OBE as Honorary Associates of LFS. The accolade was awarded and presented by Chairman of the School, Greg Dyke at BFI Southbank, with Lord David Puttnam accepting on behalf of Sir Alan Parker OBE.
There are more ways than ever before to stay engaged with LFS, and as summer approaches, we are delighted to announce a series of events taking place on campus across the Spring Term, including our LFS CONNECTS series, MA Screenwriting Open Evening and MA Filmmaking Campus Tours.
Many congratulations to MA Filmmaking graduates Fateme Ahmadi (2012) and Koby Adom (2016), revealed as part of Film London's inaugural list of Lodestars, honouring the bright futures of 25 innovative filmmakers and craftspeople from across the capital! Read the article on the Evening Standard Insider here. The winners are all individuals from F
Congratulations to all crew and cast to the following films created at London Film School!
MA Filmmaking graduate Koby Adom won the 14th Screen Nation Film & TV Awards 2019 Rising Star: Crew (Producers of the UK’s Black Film, TV and Digital Media Awards). Many congratulations to this rising star indeed!
A cult classic sci-fi horror film for the ages, George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968) has always been known for its strong noir feel, locations and influential design. For the first time ever, this instrumental piece of cinema is being adapted for the UK theatre. But how does one re-create these singular scenes on the stage? Our Head of Production Design Matthew Button spoke with theatre Director Benji Sperring and Producer Katy Lipson about the challenges of translation between spaces