Are you a filmmaker looking to produce and possibly direct or write your first feature or a more ambitious short film? If so, this is the course for you.
Gain a firm grounding in the realities of producing for the film and TV industry in sessions delivered in an interactive environment by experienced producers and guest speakers who are experts in their fields.
Learn from the comfort of your home - our next intake on 30 March 2020 will be delivered online via Zoom between 10:00 and 17:00 (GMT)
Live video lessons lead by Thembisa Cochrane (producer of ‘Us Among The Stones’ and founder of Caspian Films) and Daniel Konrad Cooper (production manager of ‘Dunkirk’)
SPECIAL OFFER: LFA Producing Package – 10 days for £1,300, save £240! (Total £1,300 instead of £1,540). To benefit from this offer, simply apply for each of the following courses separately via the links below:
- Producing Certificate (5 Days)
- Producing: Movie Magic Budgeting & Scheduling (4 Days)
- Producing: Production Management (1 Day)
Once you have booked all three courses, please contact our admissions team on: +44 (0) 20 7386 7711 / email@example.com , and they will guide you through the payment process. You don't have to take the courses in any particular order, just as long as all three courses are taken within 12 months.
What Type Of Students Are We Looking For?
We are looking for committed and dedicated students who a proven passion and flair for filmmaking. We want people seeking to make a professional career in the film or television industry. You must be articulate, creating and a team player, and thrive in a practical hands-on environment working collaboratively.
- All applicants must be fluent in English: English Language Level: Upper-Intermediate.
- Minimum age 18.
Find Out More
Find out more about the Producing Certificate: www.londonfilmacademy.com/course/Producing-Certificate
About the School
Whether you’re an undergraduate, postgraduate, or professional looking for a specialised short course, London Filme Academy covers every filmmaking discipline from fiction to documentary-making. Recog ... Read More