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I had the best experience with London Film Academy. The tutors are amazing, they are teaching us every single aspect of filmmaking, and they're always ready to help us in every situation
Cecilia Fasciani - Documentary Certificate
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
I learned everything from directing actors and lighting a scene to how to operate cameras – it was one of the best experiences of my life.
Carlos Zoyzaya, Filmmaking Certificate
The LFA Showcase kick-started everything for me. It helped get me an agent, meetings with production companies and invitations to several film festivals.
Tom Rowson, Filmmaking Diploma Graduate
I have sharpened my focus on how the industry works and where I want to exist within it
Bradford Yates, Filmmaking Diploma 14
Superbly taught – an amazing experience. The course is very detailed and the tutors explain material and theory in an accessible way. Then we put theory into practice immediately via workshops.
Leah Margoye, Filmmaking Certificate
The commitment of the tutors is very strong and I appreciated being in touch with them even after my year of studies.
Jean Philippe Gossart, LFA Graduate
To produce work of such high quality in such a short space of time is astounding. I would hotly recommend the LFA to anyone thinking of a film career.
Michael Ayers, Actor
The standard of education at LFA enables students to go out into the industry with the skills and experience necessary to find professional employment.
John Ward, Steadicam Operator ('Full Metal Jacket', 'The Fifth Element', 'The Ninth Gate') and LFA tutor
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.