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While Academy work placements may help students get jobs…they will be better prepared to seize the opportunities when they arise, ahead of those with theoretical knowledge but no practical experience.
The Daily Telegraph
The Filmmaking Certificate course was, without doubt, the highlight of my year. Thank you to all the staff at LFA for a fantastic month where I had a great time, I made new friends and I learned a lot.
Aaron Williams, Filmmaking Certificate
Going through all of the aspects of filmmaking in my one year at LFA has been a positive stepping stone into the professional world. This course helped me select Directing as a career path for the future.
Mehreen Hasan, Filmmaking Diploma
The LFA gave me the opportunity to learn as much as I could about editing, in particular the editing process, and the different software used within the industry. I always knew I wanted to be an editor but the LFA gave me the tools to become a professional one.
Lior Lovitz, Filmmaking Diploma
The skills I learnt, alongside industry-standard tutoring, at the LFA have enabled me to work with confidence and enter the film industry at a level that would have otherwise taken years to achieve.
John Paul Lancaster, Filmmaking Diploma
Filmmaking Foundation taught me the basics from which to get started and allowed me to meet lots of useful people
Brendan McGinty, Lighting Cameraman
No short cuts from the LFA. All films we receive are well documented and of a very high standard, certainly a Film School we are proud to be associated with.
Len Thornton, Soho Images
My year at LFA was a fantastic investment. I have become a multi-skilled filmmaker and I can make informed and well-grounded decisions during the whole production.
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LFA introduced me to filmmaking and it was the beginning of a beautiful journey.
Christine Cheung, Filmmaking Foundation
The LFA Screenwriting Diploma is particularly useful since its academic objectives are tied into LFA’s commitment to faithfully reflect the conditions of real world filmmaking, where the pressures and challenges of development and production are an intrinsic part of the process. The necessity of rewriting is often omitted from less grounded portrayals of the craft, at LFA it is front and centre from day one.