London Screen Academy (LSA) is leading a seminar about the amazing free opportunities it can offer anyone aged 16/17 this September.
LSA is a state-funded sixth form academy, based in Islington, set up by industry for young people aged 16-18 who are interested in film, TV, animation and VFX.
LSA are changing the future of film and TV by training young people aged 16-18 from all backgrounds, in behind-the-camera skills and providing them with unprecedented access to real-world practice. Through the power of storytelling, our students develop their creative, technical, and academic skills to pave their journey into the industry.
Progression routes after LSA include entry-level roles in film and TV, undergraduate degrees at university, or students may choose to use the skills and knowledge they gain at LSA to succeed in other professions.
You will meet Rochelle Laurencin, who is the Community Partnership Manager at LSA, where she will fill you in about the film and TV industry, the types of career routes and how LSA can get your foot in the door.