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LFS ALUMNI AT SUNDANCE 2018

  • Thursday 18 January
  • 4:03pm

Today marks the start of Sundance 2018. The festival runs until the 28th of January and will feature many of 2018's most promising new films. This year there are four LFS alumni involved in the event.

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HERO MACKENZIE'S 'RELEASE' FEATURED AT LSFF'S SHOW ME YOUR SCARS

(Film still from Hero MacKenzie's 'Release'. Director of Photography Arturo Vaquez)

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EMRE KAYIS SELECTED FOR SAM SPIEGEL INTERNATIONAL FILM LAB

(Film still from Emre Kayis' 'The Translator'. Director of Photography Nick Cooke)

Emre Kayis, the 2013 MA Filmmaking grad, and writer-director of 'The Translator', has been selected for the prestigious Jerusalum-based film lab. Sam Spiegel, which founded the film lab in 2011, has already produced such talents as Laslo Nemes ('Son of Saul') and Nadav Lapid ('The Kindergarten Teacher').

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'LOVING VINCENT' RECEIVES BAFTA NOMINATION

The nominations keep rolling in for 'Loving Vincent', which just received a BAFTA nomination this morning for Best Animated Film. The film, which LFS's Head of Production Design, Matthew Button was the production designer for, was nominted by the Golden Globes this year as well.

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LFS TUTOR, MATTHEW BUTTON, NOMINATED BY ADG

London Film School's Head of Production Design, Matthew Button, has been nominated by the Art Directors Guild for Outstanding Production Design for his work on Loving Vincent. The film, which follows the life of famed painter Vincent Van Gogh, was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at the 75th annual Golden Globes. Additionally it was a major box office success grossing over $20 million at the worldwide box office.

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LFS TERM TWO FILM SELECTED BY FIVE FESTIVALS

(Film Still from Sequeira's Danke. Director of Photography Eng Teck Ng).
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WATCH THE 75TH GOLDEN GLOBES THIS SUNDAY

The Golden Globes will be hosted this Sunday, the 7th of January 2018. For two members of the London Film School community it will be more than just penciling time into their television viewing schedule.

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DECEMBER ROLL CALL: LFS FESTIVAL LINEUP

(Film still from Yingqing Gong'e 'Three Days'. Director of Photography Pierfrancesco Cioffi)
 
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Softly Softly Catchy Monkey nominated for Best Drama award at London International Story First Festival

Victoria Hayford's powerful LFS graduation film Softly Softly, Catchy Monkey has been nominated for the Best Drama award at the London International Story First festival, which takes place in January 2018.
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15TH ANNUAL LSFF SELECTS 5 LFS GRADS & ALUMNI

(Film still from Hero MacKenzie's Release. Director of Photography Arturo Vaquez)
 

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