Shalini Adnani’s Term 5 short 'Algo Más Banal' (Something More Banal), which she wrote and directed, has been nominated for the 'Best Screenplay Award' at Eindhoven Film Festival.
Algo Más Banal is a dark comedy reflecting the bizarre realities of how we deal with death in our contemporary world. It takes place on an unusual work day, as people contemplate life and the dead man hanging in front of them in a Mexican factory.
Greek filmmaker and MA Filmmaking graduate Jacqueline Lentzou’s short film FOX has been awarded the prestigious ‘Award in Memory of Ingmar Bergman’ at the Uppsala International Short Film Festival in Sweden, following an incredible run of over 40 festivals and 20 awards.
Maria Balduzzi’s graduation film WOLVES has been awarded the ‘Horizon Award For Most Promising Filmmaker’ at the 24fps International Film Festival in Abilene, Texas.
The film, which was produced by fellow LFS grad Dévorah Corona Méndez, DOP’d by Nicholas Nazari and edited and co-written by Joachim Neef, also won ‘Best Original Score’ by composer Dmitrios Ntontis.
LFS alumna Amanda Nell Eu’s film LAGI SENANG JAGA SEKANDANG LEMBU has received a special mention at this year’s Uppsala International Short Film Festival in Sweden.
Recently graduated Joshua Magor is having continued success with his term five film People at Night, which has just been awarded Best Student Film in the Lithuanian Ramunas Atelier International Independent Film Awards. This comes off the back of an outstanding list of accolades including:
2nd Place Student Film at the 22nd Indie Gathering, Ohio 2017
Honourable Mention at Experimental Forum, Los Angeles 2017
Honourable Mention Los Angeles Underground Film Festival 2017
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Screenwriter Katie Golden has made it through to the final five in the Screenwriting Comedy Feature Film Script category at the prestigious Austin Film Festival, which begins on Wednesday October 25th.
Katie, who is originally from Ohio but currently lives in Los Angeles, graduated from the LFS Screenwriting program this summer. She entered her feature film script Walking on The Moon - a comedy about a group of out-of-work actors who are hired to fake the moon landings - which she wrote as part of her MA at LFS.