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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
Today I have today a secure and successful career in film and television, thanks to knowledge gained at LFA.
Akbar Allana, Filmmaking Diploma
LFA courses are designed to paint a real picture of the film industry.
Terry Jones, Writer, Director & Actor
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
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
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
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.
The Guardian, Shooting Stars
I have sharpened my focus on how the industry works and where I want to exist within it
Bradford Yates, Filmmaking Diploma 14
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
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.