Films are an important way to bring to life what an organisation does, allowing viewers to see and hear directly from them.

Filmmaking is an important skill across many courses at LCC, including BA (Hons) Film and Television, BA (Hons) Animation, BA (Hons) Film PracticeMA Documentary Film and MA Television.

Look Ahead

Look Ahead works with people with mental health problems and homeless people. They wanted to bring this work to life through film. BA (Hons) Film Practice graduate Gabriel Calderwood produced two films for events, website and social media – a filmed conversation between two residents and an animation explaining the impact Look Ahead has.

Superarts Academy of Performing Arts

Superarts Academy of Performing Arts wanted to showcase the wellbeing and health impact of dance for young people and their families. Shaneika Johnson-Simms and Raphael Boamah-Asare, both graduates of our BA (Hons) Film Practice course, developed, shot and edited a short film to tell this story.

Surrey Docks City Farm

Surrey Docks City Farm run a wide range of projects, including working with people with learning difficulties. They wanted to give people interested in taking part and service commissioners an insight into this project. Jacob Jelen, BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts graduate, produced two short films to do that.

The Bike Project Fix Up

The Bike Project fix up second-hand bikes and give them to asylum seeking refugees. With a strong brand and growing public attention, The Bike Project needed a film to tell their story and reach out to new supporters. BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts graduate Lucia Molina-Pflaum created a short film for web and social media.

Film for The Bike Project by Lucia Molina Pflaum.

Film for Superarts Academy of Performing Arts by Shaneika Johnson-Simms and Raphael Boamah-Asare.