Screen School

The Screen School goes beyond traditional academic models, designed instead to bring film and television together with the disciplines of games, animation, sound arts and design and live events.

Through the use of sight and sound, our students are creating lived experiences for their audiences. The School enables students to bridge the gap between aspiration and success in industry. Subjects are not taught in isolation, but within a diverse creative community that encourages working across disciplines, equipping students for the real world.

Watch // LCC Screen School Showreel 2016

Watch // Students and mentors take part in a 2 day Game Jam

Watch // Postgraduate Shows 2016: MA Sound Arts

Watch // LCC Degree Shows 2016: Film screening, showcase and panel discussion evening

LCC Student Voices // Valère Martin-Roland – BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design

LCC Student Voices // Josie Brown and Bradley Wilson – BA (Hons) Film and Television

LCC Student Voices // Jakub Pieta and Julia Konstantinova – BA (Hons) Film and Television

Watch // LCC Degree Shows 2016: BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design at Copeland Gallery

LCC Student Voices // Patrick Taylor – BA (Hons) Film and Television

Watch // BA (Hons) Animation student Monica Ng discusses her work at LCC Summer Shows 2015

Larra Anderson

Larra Anderson
Dean of Screen

As Dean of Screen at LCC, Larra leads undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Film, Television, Animation, Games Design and Sound Arts.

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"At LCC students broaden their experience in an environment that has collaboration at its heart." – Larra Anderson

  • Link to School of Screen Teaching Staff page.
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    School of Screen: Teaching Staff

    The School of Screen teaching staff are industry experts spanning the fields of film, TV, animation, games design, sound arts and more. Study here and you'll be taught by practising artists, film-makers, directors and designers.

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    Technical facilities

    Gain priceless experience and develop valuable skills in our industry-standard technical facilities – from our Film and TV Studio to our sound suites, plus a range of professional equipment available for free hire from our Kit Room.

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    Feature: Sir Howard Stringer

    BA (Hons) Live Events and Television students produced and broadcast a livestream interview with non-executive BBC director and former president and CEO of Sony Sir Howard Stringer in LCC's Film and Television Studio.

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    Course Spotlight: MA Games Design

    Rooted in experimental practice, MA Games Design ensures that students are equipped with both the technical and critical skills that allow them to produce a broad portfolio.