Screen School at London College of Communication encourages collaboration across different disciplines to mirror the real world creative environment. Courses include film, television, animation, live events, sound arts and design, games art and design, visual effects and virtual reality.
London College of Communication wins TIGA Games Industry Award for Best Education Initiative for the Games Fusion Project
The TIGA Games Industry Awards recognise excellence in games development, business and education and celebrate the achievements of both small and large games development studios.
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About the Screen School
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Dean Of Screen
As Dean of Screen at LCC, Larra leads undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Film, Television, Animation, Games Design and Sound Arts. "At LCC students broaden their experience in an environment that has collaboration at its heart."
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Screen School: Courses
Through the use of sight and sound, our students are creating lived experiences for their audiences. Screen 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.
International Studies and Progression
Screen School teaching staff are industry experts spanning the fields of film, TV, animation, games design, motion capture, sound arts, virtual reality and more. Study here and you'll be taught by practising artists, film-makers, directors and designers.
Develop valuable skills with our industry-standard technical facilities including film and TV studios, sound suites, animation and games studios, visual effects and virtual reality, plus a range of professional equipment available for hire from our Kit Room.
Screen School: Stories
MA Documentary Film graduate selected for prestigious 2020 One World Media Fellowship
Leslie Maria Lampe is one of 20 emerging journalists and filmmakers who will be supported to produce engaging and creative media in developing countries.
BA (Hons) Film and Screen Studies students explore film criticism through collaboration with Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival
Led by newly appointed Senior Lecturer, Ed Webb-Ingall, the collaborative project provided an opportunity for students to review a range of films programmed as part of the Festival’s tenth edition.
UAL Outreach at London College of Communication: running the UAL Insights Spring Schools online
By adapting to challenges posed by the current landscape, teams and tutors were able to rethink ways of engaging with post-16 students to grow their creative aspirations.
Students at London College of Communication collaborate with world-leading visualisation studio, The Third Floor
The project combined the talents of students on MA 3D Computer Animation and MA Visual Effects to further develop their skills and industry insight.