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Film & Acting Courses in London

London School of Film, Media & Performance:
LSFMP is a vibrant school led by media industry practitioners, academics and recognised specialists in creative production. We are one of seven specialist schools at Regent's College London – the largest provider of private higher education in the UK.

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Undergraduate & Postgraduate Programmes:

Acting Foundation Course:

Why is this programme different?
The Acting Foundation Course is an intensive, highly practical two semester programme for those who wish to gain the core physical, vocal and communication skills of the actor. It is designed to equip you with the resources, confidence and the industry know-how to negotiate your way through the transfer to drama school or university.

Who is this course for?
If you are looking to gain admission to a drama school, this course will provide the stepping stone that you need to compete strongly and to maximise your potential, in what is a fiercely competitive market for places. Equally,Photo of Film & Acting Courses in London if you wish to explore acting while you are making decisions about your future educational objectives and career, this course will provide an excellent introduction. We welcome mature students and those returning to study, as well as post-secondary students from around the world. It is suitable for those with limited practical experience.

What will I gain?
• Audition technique, sight reading, and interviews and Q-&-A sessions with directors, agents and casting directors
• Acting for the lens, stage combat and other specialist acting styles and techniques
• Access to performances at London theatres, off-campus workshops, and backstage theatre tours

What do our students say?
“I chose the Acting Foundation Course to further my knowledge and experience of acting, and to hopefully help me to audition better in the future when looking for work in the industry. My teacher is also a practitioner; this course is the perfect stepping stone into the industry.”

Chelsey Lee, Year 1

Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (BA Hons) in Acting & Global Theatre:

Why is this degree different?
The Acting & Global Theatre degree offers students training in acting techniques from a range of world theatre cultures. Through its comparative study of world theatres, you will explore your creative potentials in acting, voice, movement, and theatre-making. All students enrolled on this degree spend a compulsory semester abroad at one of our partner institutions in the US, Australia, Chile or the Czech Republic.

Who is this course for?
If your goal is to work in the theatrical or creative industries, this degree will greatly enhance your employability, and will provide you with the opportunity to research and experience a range of possibilities within this sector, prior to graduation.

We are looking for students who are intellectually curious, passionate about theatre and committed to collaborative work. We welcome post-secondary students as well as mature learners who wish to explore an approach to performance in international contexts.

What will I gain?
•First hand experience of working with a professional actor
•A portfolio of acting techniques to suit the varied needs of performance texts
•Performance experience in Artspace, Regent's College Summer Festival
•An enhanced cultural understanding through your Study Period Abroad
•Skills in video filming and editing, and digital sound recording

What do our students say?
Image of Film & Acting Courses in London“I chose this degree because the course is not only about acting, or singing, but also about the culture of theatre from around the world. So it’s not only practical but also includes theatre-studies, which I'm really interested in. I believe this knowledge will benefit me as an actor in the future.”
Bobby Odenhoven, Year 1

Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (BA Hons) in Creative Industries:

Why is this degree different?
The Creative Industries degree will provide you with the transferable skills to create, produce and manage within the media industries. It will provide you with the broad training necessary to work at any level in the creative industries, across both creative and decision-making management roles.

Who is this course for?
People who want to work in the creative industries, but without necessarily being an originator of material. This course will provide you with management skills and industry knowledge required to strengthen your employability by operating from a different perspective from that of the traditional director or writer.

What will I gain?
•Practical experience through the mandatory 4-6 week industry placement
•The ability to innovate, design and develop a range of media projects
•An understanding of how the law works in the creative industries
•The ability to market and promote your own projects and those of others
•An understanding of negotiation and contract management

What do our students say?
“The London School of Film, Media & Performance gives me the opportunity to undertake an industry placement and actually work on creative projects prior to graduation. This should increase my ability and my future career prospects. My teachers are working professionals – they can offer me great insight into the fast moving media industry.”
Pilar Montague-Moore, Year 1

Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (BA Hons) in Screenwriting & Producing:

Why is this degree different?
The Screenwriting & Producing degree will develop the new breed of writer-producers who have the ability to both create work and produce it – individuals who can work on both sides of the film and television industry. In doing so it goes further and encompasses more than a pure creative writing degree – it marries together both creative development and management skills.

Who is this course for?
As a writer, this degree will nurture your creative development, but will also sharpen your business acumen and understanding of the production process. If you wish to work in this industry as a producer, you will gain the competencies to do so, but will also gain industry-standard skills in script evaluation and in writing quality, plus the skills to write high-quality scripts yourself. A career as both screenwriter and producer – will also be possible upon successful completion of this degree.

What will I gain?
•The ability to write, cast, direct and produce your own scripts
•Multi media technology skills; the ability to film, edit and produce screen projects
•The ability to make key industry judgments – why and how a major screen project will work
•Practical experience through the mandatory 4-6 week industry placement
•Marketing, legal, budgeting and financial knowledge

What do our students say?
“When I read about this course, I immediately felt that this was the right one for me; I feel that it will nurture my creative talents while encouraging me to be firmly grounded in the producing side of the course. I realise that this is a tough business to be in, and feel that the chances this course will give me, to work in the industry as well as to study, will allow me to succeed.”
Hannah Rowland, Year 1

Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree (BA Hons) in Film, TV & Digital Media Production Degree Programme:
The Film, TV & Digital Media Production degree responds to changes in the modern broadcast landscape, you will learn about ‘360-degree broadcasting’, alongside the traditional skills of drama, documentary, studio and outside broadcast training. ‘360-degree broadcasting’ refers to the range of different platforms on which we are now able to broadcast, watch and interact with media. This is the only course of its kind in the UK.

Who is this course for?
This degree is designed for students looking for a career in global media, in roles such as film and TV producers, directors, camera operators, editors and production managers.

What will I gain?
•Practical experience through the mandatory 4-6 week industry placement
•Core competencies in oral, written and multi-media presentation
•IT skills; multimedia skills; techniques of filming and editing
•Writing skills including narrative writing, essay writing and reasoned analysis

What do the professionals say?
“The course offers a really well-balanced combination of theory and practice and is structured in a way that should offer graduates an impressive portfolio of work to take to potential employers. Students are offered a valuable insight into a wide range of types of production – documentary, drama, short, commercial and TV formats.”
Phil Nodding, Scriptwriter (‘Shameless’)

Master of Arts (MA) in Writing for Screen & Stage:

Why is this degree different?
It is in the delivery and structure of the MA in Writing for Screen & Stage that makes this degree different. The programme is divided into three stages; each stage comprises 7 months of study. It is taught by a mixture of five one week residential periods on campus that take place across the three stages. These are combined with periods of off-campus distance learning – at home or in fact anywhere in the world.

Who is this course for?
This programme is designed for people who wish to develop an alternative career as a professional writer, or who already write for pleasure and wish to increase their creative range, or who simply have ideas which they wish to turn into scripts for theatre or screen performance. We offer exceptional entry to the MA Writing for Screen & Stage for candidates who either do not meet the formal academic requirements, or whose qualifications were obtained a significantly long time ago and cannot provide formal evidence of these qualifications. It is suitable not only for those who have gained a creative undergraduate degree, but also those who have studied or worked in other areas.

What will I gain?
•Transferable script skills which can be deployed in all areas of origination and creative analysis
•Enhanced employment prospects
•You will learn how to convert ideas into a saleable product and market and sell your work
•Legal and financial knowledge
•Confidence in taking power in relationships with directors, actors and agents

What do our students say?
“Head of School and Course Leader David Hanson has a wealth of knowledge and experience within the industry; he understands the specific requirements of a good writer and I really feel he’ll be able to supply me with the tools I need. My first week, residential number one, was fantastic, I absolutely loved it. We had an intense time, cramming in lots of information and ideas and projecting my creative juices. Good jump start for the brain!”
Paloma Casco, Year 1

Master of Arts (MA) Creative Leadership:

Why is this degree different?
The MA Creative Leadership is a new, contemporary and revolutionary programme, addressing leadership from a diverse range of disciplines. The programme has been designed by a range of specialists and is collaborative in its design and delivery, utilising the knowledge and experience of senior faculty members from business, management, humanities, arts and social sciences.This collaboration has resulted in a holistic view of leadership, recognising its importance beyond just the positional leader. The programme is part-time, across 16-20 months, including five one week residential workshops and distance learning.

Who is this course for?
The Creative Leadership programme is relevant to both commercial and non-profit organisations as well as people who want to make a difference in their careers and communities. This programme is designed to suit people from all backgrounds, offering the ability to study whilst maintaining a demanding career.

What will I gain?
•Ability to instigate change, manage change and ensure people are led through change successfully
•Establish an ethical method of leadership suited to the 21st century
•Progress in your current career path
•Instil the confidence and ability to develop or change career direction
•Lead with vision, motivation, planning, creativity, diversity and communication
•Work with and understand other specialists in diverse fields

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