- learn different filmmaking and storytelling techniques
- apply this learning through filmed exercises
- learn how to give and receive constructive feedback
- develop a new vocabulary around creativity and filmmaking
- gain confidence in their artistic abilities
- get an insight into possible careers in the screen industries
Here is an example of a virtual classroom in action:
LFS SATURDAY FILM CLUB - APPLICATIONS CLOSED
The LFS Saturday Film Club offers filmmaking activities and discussion for young people aged 13–16. The new programme will launch on 4th of November and will run for a total of 16 weeks, giving club members a chance to watch, discuss, and make films with professionals from the London Film School in Covent Garden.
LFS FILM CLUB l FILMMAKING
A weekly programme of filmmaking sessions for children and young people, led by filmmakers from the London Film School. Through discussions, film assignments and analysis of their work, students develop an awareness of the building blocks of film including light, framing, music and sound.
LFS FILM CLUB l DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING
Participants learn about documentary filmmaking, create their own filmed exercises and discuss their work with peers. We provide resources to help them learn from other filmmakers and be inspired by their techniques.
LFS FILM CLUB l PRODUCTION DESIGN - APPLICATIONS OPEN
Interested in film, art & design? Aged between 16-19? Join us during the Easter break and find out about the skills needed to work in the art department of a film or TV show. Supported by the British Film Designers Guild.
Treat yourself to six afternoons of writing for the screen in a welcoming, encouraging, and supportive space.
LFS FILM CLUB | EDITING | APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
This course introduces students to the craft of fiction editing and covers techniques including continuity editing, intercutting, coverage, and how these approaches may be used to create a story in the edit. Students will also learn how to plan their shots to provide editors more creative options when editing. Throughout the sessions, there will be analysis, activities, and debates.
Start date Saturday 13 January 2024.
|FILM EDUCATION COLLABORATIONS
LE CINEMA, CENT ANS DE JEUNESSE (WITH BFI)
LFS filmmakers work alongside UK teachers to deliver an international filmmaking programme run in collaboration with the British Film Institute. This unique programme gives young people (aged 7 to 18) a chance to experience cinema, by discovering cinematic heritage and taking part in filmmaking exercises.
Young people in schools around the world make films that respond to an aspect of film language which changes every year. The programme is tightly structured into exploratory exercises and the production of a final film. A comprehensive ‘viewing curriculum’ of clips taken from the history of cinema is offered alongside practical workshops.
Filmmaking groups in education settings in the UK are welcome to join the project by emailing LFS Outreach: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can watch previous films that we have produced as part of this programme here.