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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
After I attended the course, I returned home and worked my way up as a PA on TV productions. I really think the Filmmaking Certificate was the best thing I could have done to carve a career in filmmaking.
Pietro Ponticelli, Filmmaking Certificate
Filmmaking seemed overwhelming and was, for a long time, just a distant dream - until I discovered the London Film Academy (LFA) in Fulham.
Jade Cunningham, Filmmaking Certificate
It was inspirational. I'll be sure to mention London Film Academy by name when I win my first Oscar!
Fred Sandilands, Filmmaking Certificate
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 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.
Michael Holden, Screenwriter
It was wonderful to be taught by working professionals whose wealth of knowledge was very humbling...I was able to gain a much more practical sense of what the film industry is like.
Rocky Palladino, Diploma Graduate
Being inspired is one of the most important things to feel in any industry but especially this one. I enjoy coming to class every morning, be it scriptwriting, cinematography, or sound - immersing and challenging myself within every department.
Tessa Von Erlach
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
Collaboration is crucial to filmmaking, and in keeping with this, one of the key criteria applied when selecting people for the diploma is there likely capacity for team work.