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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
The course taught me so much in such a short amount of time that just a couple months after finishing, another student friend and I won third place in an International television contest with our short film.
Carlos Zoyzaya, Filmmaking Certificate
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
I’ve found LFA unique among comparable institutions in its..commitment to collaboration and endless innovation
Kerry Lee Crabbe, Screenwriter
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 films produced here are as good and in some respects better than many of the more high profile film schools in the UK. This is the right place for motivated and enthusiastic young filmmakers who want to develop their skills.
Sandy Lieberson, Film London
I have sharpened my focus on how the industry works and where I want to exist within it
Bradford Yates, Filmmaking Diploma 14
Every time I walk into LFA I'm struck by the atmosphere of creativity and support
KT Roberts, Get A Job In Film student
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
Filmmaking seemed overwhelming and was, for a long time, just a distant dream - until I discovered the London Film Academy (LFA) in Fulham.