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London Film Academy




The London Film Academy is an exciting and innovative venture in practical film training based in the hub of one of the world’s leading film capitals. Founded in 2002, in less than four years the LFA’s commitment to practical courses in all the key areas of filmmaking is proven to get results. The LFA is producing a new generation of filmmakers meeting the industry demand for individuals who are multi-skilled, collaborative and innovative. Our graduates have successfully entered the film and television industry with an unparalleled breadth of experience and specialised knowledge proving they have a unique advantage over those graduates who have focused knowledge in only one area. The LFA’s commitment to teaching a wider range of practical skills, working on both film and digital mediums, allows students to find their creative voices whilst also enhancing their chances of making a living and forging a successful career in this field.

The LFA punches above its weight and expects everyone who comes on the course to do the same. The LFA is small and personable. It is about passion for film. It is about people. Filmmaking is one of the most team-intensive industries around.

As technology changes so do our courses. We incorporate digital elements in all our training but remain primarily geared around working with professional 16mm film to give our students experience that is closest to the professional world of film making. Whatever the changes in technology, the language and grammar of making films always remain the same. Working primarily on 16mm film gives students a rare discipline and a higher quality of training that prepares them to work effectively and creatively within other mediums including digital technology.

Realistically, we all know a paper qualification isn’t enough to get a foot on the ladder in this competitive industry. What also counts is contacts and practical career advise and that’s what we provide. The LFA is unique in being able to offer all students free membership and access to events run by Club Panico, our emerging filmmakers' member’s club, situated in Covent Garden. The activities of the club aim to equip the students with a range of knowledge, contacts, skills, production support and discounted equipment/facilities hire to help students to make independent films and find work or work placements during our courses and long after they leave us.



School name:London Film Academy
Address:The Old Church, 52a Walham Grove
Zip & city:SW6 1QR England
Phone:+44 (0) 20 7386 7711
Web:http://www.londonfilmacademy.com/
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The London Film Academy is an exciting and innovative venture in practical film training based in the hub of one of the world’s leading film capitals. Founded in 2002, in less than four years the LFA’s commitment to practical courses in all the key areas of filmmaking is proven to get results. The LFA is producing a new generation of filmmakers meeting the industry demand for individuals who are multi-skilled, collaborative and innovative. Our graduates have successfully entered the film and television industry with an unparalleled breadth of experience and specialised knowledge proving they have a unique advantage over those graduates who have focused knowledge in only one area. The LFA’s commitment to teaching a wider range of practical skills, working on both film and digital mediums, allows students to find their creative voices whilst also enhancing their chances of making a living and forging a successful career in this field.

The LFA punches above its weight and expects everyone who comes on the course to do the same. The LFA is small and personable. It is about passion for film. It is about people. Filmmaking is one of the most team-intensive industries around.

As technology changes so do our courses. We incorporate digital elements in all our training but remain primarily geared around working with professional 16mm film to give our students experience that is closest to the professional world of film making. Whatever the changes in technology, the language and grammar of making films always remain the same. Working primarily on 16mm film gives students a rare discipline and a higher quality of training that prepares them to work effectively and creatively within other mediums including digital technology.

Realistically, we all know a paper qualification isn’t enough to get a foot on the ladder in this competitive industry. What also counts is contacts and practical career advise and that’s what we provide. The LFA is unique in being able to offer all students free membership and access to events run by Club Panico, our emerging filmmakers' member’s club, situated in Covent Garden. The activities of the club aim to equip the students with a range of knowledge, contacts, skills, production support and discounted equipment/facilities hire to help students to make independent films and find work or work placements during our courses and long after they leave us.



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