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LFS represented by a diverse and mainly female body of graduates

This year’s Cannes Film Festival launched amid a storm of protest and controversy this year. In the midst of a tumultuous festival, London Film School’s own alumni have also made their mark.

LFS graduate Zhannat Alshanova is due to show her grad film, 'End of Season', on 17 May. The prestigious Cinéfondation had 2,426 submissions this year by film schools all over the world and selected 17. Of the 20 directors, 12 of them are women.

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Welcome to New Head of Camera at London Film School

London Film School welcomes Timo Heinänen F.S.C., cinematographer and previously a professor at Aalto University, Finland as Head of Camera.

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LFS ALUMNI AT THE EAST END FILM FESTIVAL

The tenth annual East End Film Festival begins today in east London. The festival, which celebrates both local and international rising talent, will run until the 29th of April and will screen three projects from LFS grads and alumni during its run. Those projects selected are Monica Santis' 'Hacia el Sol', Hero Mackenzie's 'Release', and Toby Wharton's 'Master of Ceremonies' - the last of which LFS graduate Laura Seward DP'ed.

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'AGAINST THE LAW' NOMINATED BY BAFTA TV AWARDS

Congratulations are in order once again; Matthew Button, LFS' Head of Production Design, had an exciting award show season last year, with several nominations for his work on the critically and commercially successful animated feature film 'Loving Vincent'. Yet again, Matthew's work takes centre stage in another well-received project. 

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