Last night marked the annual LFA Graduation Ceremony at the BFI Southbank co-hosted by Director, Nic Roeg and Actress & Screenwriter, Alice Lowe, with the principals of the London Film Academy, Anna MacDonald & Daisy Gili.
‘Street Fighter’ was the audience award-winning short film directed by LFA Filmmaking Diploma student, Emanuele Gabbi. The film tells the story of a character fighting for something that was never his to win.
London Film Academy, the UK’s most unique and innovative film school, generates graduates who make up the life-blood of the British Film Industry and is Britain’s only female-run film school, operating as a not-for-profit trust.
Founded and run by co-principals Anna MacDonald and Daisy Gili, filmmakers in their own right, they recently set up their own production company.
“It’s so full of original an imaginative work (graduation screenings), it is like a production company of its own…truly, I have never seen such a programme of terrific movies.” Nicolas Roeg
“LFA is a much-needed addition to training for an industry that needs all the talent and skills it can get.” Lord Puttnam