LFS MARCH ROUND-UP: STUDENT & ALUMNI NEWS

Alumnus Danny de Warren has co-produced the new Netflix Original Series The Letter for the King, available to stream now.  

Congratulations to graduate Juri Ferri who took home the Best Historical Short award from the New Renaissance Film Festival Amsterdam for his graduation film Meidagen.  

Daniel Guliyev was awarded the Potluck Award at the International Changing Perspectives Short Film Festival in Turkey, the main prize of the festival, for his graduation work Bastard.  

Amanda Nell Eu has been chosen to attend the Cannes Cinéfondation L’Atelier for 2020 with her project Tiger Stripes. The Manchester Film Festival hosted two LFS graduation films in the programme: congratulations to Julien Cornwall for The Lost Scot and Thomas Morelli for Water off a Duck's Back. 

Miguel Faus' grad film Calladita was selected for the Festival de Malaga. 

Congratulations to Nailah Robinson who has been selected as one of Film Independent’s Project Involve Fellows for 2020. 

Marlene Rios graduation film We Choose to Go has been selected for the Sci-Fi London Film Festival.  

Congratulations to alumnus Giorgio Bosisio whose latest short film A Youth will have its world premiere at the Aspen ShortsFest 2020! 

Alumnus John Walsh has just published a new book on the American artist and visual effects creator Ray HarryhausenHarryhausen: The Lost Movies includes never-been-seen-before artwork, sketches, photos and test footage from the Harryhausen Foundation archives.  

And congratulations to recent graduate Massimo Zannoni on La Petite Folie's acceptance to the Bedford Falls Film Festival! 

Photo Credit: (bottom) DP: Antoine Billon, Massimo Zannoni on the set of La Petite Folie