PRESS RELEASE - LONDON, 25.03.2019
London Film School is now a registered higher education provider with the Office for Students (OfS)
London Film School (LFS) is proud to announce that we have been accepted onto the OfS Register of English higher education providers. This means the School meets the OfS requirements for academic standards, course quality, student support, and student protection.
The deadline for MA Filmmaking and MA Screenwriting September programmes are rapidly coming, and we want to make sure that every student can attend, no matter their financial situation. At LFS, you'll have access to an internationally renowned film industry network in the heart of London, taught craft excellence, and the ability to put sought-after credits to your name. Scholarships and bursaries are available to UK and EU/EEA students, highlighted below and Federal Funding is available to American students.
We'd like to wish a heart congratulations to tutor Matt Button, Head of Production Design at London Film School, who, alongside three graduates, won Best Single Drama at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards!
It has been a busy month for our students and graduates on the film festival circuit! Below is a selection of the many screenings and nominations in the UK and beyond.
"BLUE'S IS MY MIDDLE NAME" 132/4/A, Writer/Director Winta Yohannes has won Best Film/Video by a black filmmaker at the Fountainhead, Black International Cinema Film Festival in Berlin 6/9 and 14/16 May 2004. She received a certificate and the School a paperweight.
"THICKER THAN WATER" 142/5/C Writer/Director Daneeta Loretta Saft has won the Silver Pelican Award at the Pelican D'Or Short Film Festival, Chalmette, Louisianna, USA 23/24th April 2004.
"PAUL'S LUCKY DAY" 141/4/C, Writer/Director Jamie Palmer, has won 1st Prize at Mar Del Plata International Film Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina 11-20th March 2004. This is the most prestigious festival in the whole of South America and the director is an ex-student Miguel Pereira. Jamie got a certificate, a Kodak Award which is 5 reels of 35mm negative and they will help with his first feature but post-production would have to be in Argentina! Special Mention by the Argentina Cinematography Journalists Association and the Cinecolor Laboratories for the Postproduction Award.
KODAK STUDENT COMMERCIAL FILM AWARDS 2000/01
TOBIAS WEBER’S FILM (AMERCIAN EXPRESS)
1st in Brief
2nd Over All
3rd Prize DOP – Diego Rodriguez
3rd Prize Editing – Ian Bonhote
AARON STEWART’S FILM ( KODAK IMPULSE)
2nd In Brief
DUNCAN JONES’S FILM (KODAK SINGLE USE)
1ST Prize DOP – Eric Lehner
IAN BONHOTE’S FILM (KODAK IMPULSE)
2ND Prize DOP – Tobias Weber/Diego Rodriguez
OTHER FESTIVAL AWARDS: