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The Certificate Course is absolutely brilliant! Experienced and knowledgeable teachers, very nice technical background and amazing support from the team. I got a month of real hands on experience and felt that everything I learn will be useful in the industry
Kornelia Kiss - Filmmaking Certificate
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 Foundation course gave me the confidence to pursue my career as a director. Following the course I made my first film through Club Panico, with most of the crew being fellow students. I am now represented by an agent and have made several award-winning films.
Rachel Tillotson, Director, Foundation Graduate
No one was ever hired in the film industry on the basis of a paper qualification, making it in this competitive industry is a question of skills and contacts and that’s exactly what we give our students at the LFA.
Lou Spain LFA consultant, Independent Producer
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
I really think LFA is great. The facilities you need are always available to you.
Katharina Wegenast, Filmmaking Certificate
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
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
Filmmaking Foundation taught me the basics from which to get started and allowed me to meet lots of useful people
Brendan McGinty, Lighting Cameraman
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.