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London Film Academy gave me the opportunity to meet important players in the industry. They have been always there to help me find my way and develop my knowledge, even after the course had come to an end.
Jean Philippe Gossart, Filmmaking Diploma
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
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
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 Diploma gave me an informed opinion of what area of film I wanted to go into and insider knowledge of how to do that.
Toby Matthews, Filmmaking Diploma
LFA introduced me to filmmaking and it was the beginning of a beautiful journey.
Christine Cheung, Filmmaking Foundation
The intensity of the Diploma course, combined with a great deal of hard work, gave me a great grounding in all aspects of the film industry, short films on my showreel and friends from all over the world.
Rob Hall, LFA Graduate
All my success relates back to Panico. Not only do you have access to advice from experienced tutors, but from Panico Club members.
Jamie Payne, Director, Foundation graduate
I believe that the teaching I received at the LFA was a key factor in being able to start a career in such a competitive industry. I honed my craft, using the skills I received on the course and obtained my first screenwriting job, which quickly led to my current position as Development Exec for Elstree Studio Productions.
Jake Rowlands, Screenwriting Diploma
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.