Screen School at London College of Communication encourages collaboration across different disciplines to mirror the real world creative environment.
Through the use of sight and sound, our students are creating lived experiences for their audiences. Courses include film and television, animation, sound arts, games design, visual effects and virtual reality.
Subjects are not taught in isolation, but within a diverse creative community enabling students to bridge the gap between aspiration and success within the creative industries.
Screen School playlist
Courses in the Screen School
Sound and Music
Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS)
Students can apply to the Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS), an optional year-long experiential learning opportunity, allowing you to undertake a variety of internships and professional experiences for a whole academic year in Year 3, as part of a four-year degree.
Screen School: Stories
MA Television students collaborate with Soccology to explore mental health in sport
Pranav Dali and Jeongyun Moon discuss shaping platforms for open discussion, gaining experience across different production areas, and exchanging ideas to bring a broadcast to life.
Screen School students recognised at NAHEMI Student Film Awards
Producer Tyla Sharp discusses developing a film during Covid restrictions, the importance of gaining live experience, and balancing a focus on logistics with creative vision.
London College of Communication explores the power of transitional spaces at LCC Shows 2023
Launching on Thursday 25 May, LCC Shows 2023 celebrates our graduating students through work that engages and inspires.
Lecturer in Film Practice Ted Wilkes explains the five protagonists every story needs in new BFI book, co-authored with fellow screenwriter Philip Hughes
Lecturer in Film Practice and Theory Ted Wilkes and fellow screenwriter Phil Hughes offer guidance to working and would-be screenwriters on the importance of character to stories in ‘Character is Structure: The Insider’s Guide to Screenwriting’