The London Film School: Film by Practice
|Institution||The London Film School View institution profile|
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Students on this programme will benefit from a wide range of research expertise and professional experience from both Exeter University and the London Film School. They can offer supervision across a range of areas in film history, theory and criticism in North American, European and world cinema, including: gender and sexuality, film technology and special effects, sound, genre, digital cinema and new media, postcolonial and ‘accented’ cinema, questions of national and transnational cinema. Specialist supervision from the London Film School can be given across all areas of film practice: directing, cinematography, editing, sound and screenwriting. They welcome proposals that will draw on the full range of narrative, documentary and non-narrative/experimental filmmaking. Students are currently being supervised in the following areas: Cinematography and the dynamics of authorship; folk and oral traditions in the context of national cinema; new directions and approaches to the essay film; exile and home in immigrant or accented cinema; representations of parenthood in contemporary British cinema; women in central Asian cinema.
Doctor of Philosophy - PhD
|Level||RQF Level 8|
Successful applicants will be expected to have considerable experience in filmmaking already, including a professional postgraduate degree in filmmaking and a good 1st degree (at least 2.1 or international equivalent) in a relevant discipline. Applicants whose 1st language is not English are required to meet the English language requirements.
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24 Shelton Street
London Film School
‘LFS has a great record of delivering exactly what the film industry needs – talent. If I were going to film school, I’d go there.’ Danny Boyle, Director SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, 127 HOURS.
‘What I valued was the opportunity to explore many different roles, because it gives you empathy with others in the team. It also gives you more flexibility in your career – important in such a fast-evolving industry.’
Olivier Kaempfer, MA Filmmaking 2007, Producer BORROWED TIME, THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST
‘I worked on 24 short films here at LFS. At any other film school, in two ...
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