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Mastering the intensive art of filmmaking craft in the heart of London.
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JOB VACANCY: Camera Equipment Manager
Reports to: Head of Department
Department: Camera Department
Contract: Permanent
Salary: £30,500 per annum, full-time

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The Camera Department delivers teaching across the school including the MA Filmmaking (MAF) programme, and works with a network of specialist industry professionals.

ABOUT THE ROLE
The London Film School is looking for a camera department manager. This role is primarily to provide students with camera equipment for classes and shoots. You need a working knowledge of motion picture cameras, related equipment and equipment management skills. The role includes representing the department and the school at appropriate technical committees. The ideal candidate has working experience of film and digital equipment, workflows, geared head, dollies and related grip. Applicants should have worked in a camera rental facility and have had experience on set.

Full details and application forms: http://lfs.org.uk/who-we-are/jobs-at-lfs

Vacancy closes 15 March 2017
Interviews start week commencing 20 March 2017

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JOB VACANCIES AVAILABLE: Head of Short Courses Outreach and International, Media and Communications Manager, Student Funding Administrator, Graduate Intern: Festival and Community Coordinator. For more information: http://lfs.org.uk/who-we-are/jobs-at-lfs

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Congrats to recent LFS graduate Carla Simón who has just been awarded the Holland Film Meeting's Cam-a-lot & Filmmore Cinema Emerging Talent Prize for the Best Project at the Netherland Film Festival!

http://lfs.org.uk/content/carla-sim%C3%B3n-wins-cam-lot-filmmore-cinema-emerging-talent-prize-best-project

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LFS graduate Duccio Chiarini has been selected as part of next year's Cannes Film Festival Cinefoundation Residence! He is the tenth LFS graduate to have been selected for the programme.

http://lfs.org.uk/content/lfs-graduate-duccio-chiarini-selected-2016-festival-de-cannes-cin%C3%A9fondation

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Congratulations to LFS graduates Daina Oniunas-Pusic and Aristotelis Maragkos whose latest shorts were selected and screened at this year's Telluride Film Festival!

http://lfs.org.uk/content/lfs-gradsat-telluride-film-festival

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Good luck to LFS Filmmaking graduate Emre Kayis whose graduation film THE TRANSLATOR has been nominated for the 2015 European Short Film Award at the upcoming European FIlm Awards.

http://lfs.org.uk/content/lfs-graduate-emre-kayis-graduation-film-translator-nominated-european-film-awards

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Congrats to LFS Screenwriting graduate Ben Cleary whose latest short STUTTERER has been enjoying festival success picking up the Audience Award at DC Shorts and Best Foreign Film at LA Shorts!

http://lfs.org.uk/content/lfs-screenwriting-graduate-ben-clearys-stutterers-festival-success

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Simon Mesa Soto's LFS graduation film LEIDI wins fiction section of the Tenth Cilect Prize Competition. The film's editor was another LFS graduate Ricardo Saraiva.

http://lfs.org.uk/content/lfs-graduation-film-leidi-wins-top-prize-fiction-tenth-cilect-prize-competition

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Congrats to LFS graduate Carla Simon whose recent LFS graduation film has been selected for the Beijing Film Academy's International Student Film and Video Festival next month!

http://lfs.org.uk/content/carla-sim%C3%B3ns-those-little-things-beijing-film-academys-international-student-film-and-vide-0

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Check out the new LFS logo and our website for our latest news and events!

www.lfs.org.uk
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