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MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

‘Moon’, directed by LFS graduate Duncan Jones

Membership

Film Society Events

Special Access

Entertaining

Individual

2 invitations to each Film Society Event

1 invitation to one Speakeasy and one Q&A industry event organised by LFS each year which attract leaders in the film industry. Recent speakers include Lasse Hallstrom and Danny Huston

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

2 invitations to one Speakeasy and one Q&A each year

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

Couple

4 invitations to each Film Society Event

Corporate

Your organisation will 4 invitations to one present one Film Speakeasy and one Society Event during Q&A each year the year, with 10 tickets for use by your staff and clients; 6 tickets for every other Film Society Event

Crediting

SUPPORT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL AND GET AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF INDEPENDENT FILM

Cost

Become a founding member of The London Film Society and gain exclusive access to unique events at one of the world’s great film schools and help it grow.

£1000

THE

Your company will present one event, all materials for which will have your company name and logo

The London Film Society Ltd is a private limited company, limited by guarantee and registered in England no 7886379 Registered office address c/o Wedlake Bell, 52 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4LR Registered charity number 1146656

LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

£2000

Company name £5000 and logo on the website and in the graduation programme

AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

lfs.org.uk

www.londonfilmsociety.org.uk


Britain’s first Film Society was founded in 1925 at the New Gallery Kinema in Regent Street, London. Its original members included: George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, Maynard Keynes, Anthony Asquith, Sidney Bernstein, Ivor Montagu and Augustus John.

LFS has trained Directors, Cinematographers, Producers, Editors and other professionals working around the globe. The Covent Garden building works as a studio and delivers around180 films every year by graduate students from 60 countries. Graduates include Mike Leigh (Secrets and Lies, Vera Drake, Another Year and currently LFS Chairman), Michael Mann (The Insider, Heat, Collateral), Duncan Jones (Moon & Source Code), Iain Smith (The Killing Fields, Children of Men), Danny Huston (21 Grams, Ivansxtc, The Constant Gardener), Roger Pratt (Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, The End of the Affair, Chocolat), Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, Moby Dick), Ann Hui (Boat People, A Simple Life).

The primary objective of the Film Society was to screen works that had either been banned by the censors or could not be seen anywhere else in Britain, alongside more mainstream films. Some of the first programs included screenings of Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (1928) and the Charlie Chaplin short The Champion (1915). As the Film Society developed and gained more members, screenings evolved into events in which art exhibitions, lectures and group discussions situated the films shown within an historical and critical framework.

The legendary society for discovery and innovation in cinema is reconceived inside a world film conservatoire. Be a part of it.

The last screening in its original format occurred on April 23rd 1939 and now the London Film School brings this organisation back to life in a contemporary context, offering an exclusive vehicle to support the school. Since opening, LFS has played host to screenings and presentations of new work, open to its industry subscribers. Contributors in the early years include Fritz Lang, Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir and JeanLuc Godard, who became LFS Associates. Recent participants in Q&A’s include Mike Leigh, Lasse Hallström, Bruno Dumont, Stephen Frears, Paul Greengrass, Roger Michell, Jeremy Thomas Tessa Ross, Samantha Morton and Danny Boyle.

THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF FILMMAKING SINCE 1956

LFS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Honorary Chairs: As a member of The London Film Society, you’ll meet the leaders of today’s film industry and the key talent of tomorrow, whilst exploring the filmmaking process in a fun and social environment. LFS is building a new kind of film school in the heart of the capital – a graduate conservatoire with state-ofthe-art facilities, professional training workshops, public and film industry events, regular screenings, collaborative and cross-platform work and educational outreach programmes. Your support is essential as it ensures that London Film School maintains its position as a hub for independent filmmaking talent for years to come. Your membership of The London Film Society will directly support the campaign for the new London Film School, opening 2015 in the Barbican Arts Centre.

Danny Boyle Jim Broadbent Sir Michael Caine Ken Loach Michael Mann Sir Paul McCartney Sam Mendes Dame Helen Mirren

o as an individual for £1,000 o as a couple for £2,000 o as a corporate member for £5,000 YOUR DETAILS Name(s) ____________________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Postcode ___________________Telephone number(s) _______________________________

Members: David Aukin (Chairman) Lawrence Atkinson Don Boyd Dan Chambers Simon Chinn Will Clarke Tony Elliott Stephen Garrett Marc Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Iain Smith OBE Colin Vaines Amanda Walsh Roger Wingate

E-mail address _______________________________________________________________ As part of our service to you, we will hold your details on our database to fulfil your membership and provide you with information about LFS and The London Film Society.

o I do not want to receive information from LFS other than that which pertains to my membership. I WOULD LIKE TO PAY BY

o Cheque - I enclose a cheque payable to The London Film Society Ltd for £________________ o Annual standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms o Monthly standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Please specify the name by which you would like to be credited _________________________ Or o I would like to remain anonymous.

THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS: David Aukin Don Boyd Dan Chambers Will Clarke Tony and Janey Elliott Stephen Garrett Keith Greenhalgh Christo Hird Patricia Jackson Olivier Kaempfer Paul Kafka Mike Leigh Wasseem Mahmood OBE Marc and Odile Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Michael Sackler Anthony Smith

I would like to join The London Film Society:

As a UK tax payer, you can increase the value of your gift to LFS at no extra cost to you. Consent to Gift Aid and LFS can reclaim the tax already paid on the donation element of your membership.

GIFT AID DECLARATION

o please

tick I would like The London Film Society to reclaim tax on all donations and subscriptions I have made since 1 January 2006, and all further gifts until I notify you otherwise. I confirm I am a UK taxpayer and that I have paid an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax equal to any tax reclaimed by the LFS. I will inform you should my tax status change.

Signature __________________________________ Date _________________

If you are a US tax payer, your gift may be tax deductible. Please contact Kate for more information: k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Find out more: contact Kate Wilson at k.wilson@lfs.org.uk or call 020 7836 9642 ext 236

Please return this completed form to: Development Office The London Film School, 24 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9UB email k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Note to printer...please trim an extra 3mm from this edge

About The London Film School

!

The London Film Society


Britain’s first Film Society was founded in 1925 at the New Gallery Kinema in Regent Street, London. Its original members included: George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, Maynard Keynes, Anthony Asquith, Sidney Bernstein, Ivor Montagu and Augustus John.

LFS has trained Directors, Cinematographers, Producers, Editors and other professionals working around the globe. The Covent Garden building works as a studio and delivers around180 films every year by graduate students from 60 countries. Graduates include Mike Leigh (Secrets and Lies, Vera Drake, Another Year and currently LFS Chairman), Michael Mann (The Insider, Heat, Collateral), Duncan Jones (Moon & Source Code), Iain Smith (The Killing Fields, Children of Men), Danny Huston (21 Grams, Ivansxtc, The Constant Gardener), Roger Pratt (Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, The End of the Affair, Chocolat), Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, Moby Dick), Ann Hui (Boat People, A Simple Life).

The primary objective of the Film Society was to screen works that had either been banned by the censors or could not be seen anywhere else in Britain, alongside more mainstream films. Some of the first programs included screenings of Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (1928) and the Charlie Chaplin short The Champion (1915). As the Film Society developed and gained more members, screenings evolved into events in which art exhibitions, lectures and group discussions situated the films shown within an historical and critical framework.

The legendary society for discovery and innovation in cinema is reconceived inside a world film conservatoire. Be a part of it.

The last screening in its original format occurred on April 23rd 1939 and now the London Film School brings this organisation back to life in a contemporary context, offering an exclusive vehicle to support the school. Since opening, LFS has played host to screenings and presentations of new work, open to its industry subscribers. Contributors in the early years include Fritz Lang, Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir and JeanLuc Godard, who became LFS Associates. Recent participants in Q&A’s include Mike Leigh, Lasse Hallström, Bruno Dumont, Stephen Frears, Paul Greengrass, Roger Michell, Jeremy Thomas Tessa Ross, Samantha Morton and Danny Boyle.

THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF FILMMAKING SINCE 1956

LFS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Honorary Chairs: As a member of The London Film Society, you’ll meet the leaders of today’s film industry and the key talent of tomorrow, whilst exploring the filmmaking process in a fun and social environment. LFS is building a new kind of film school in the heart of the capital – a graduate conservatoire with state-ofthe-art facilities, professional training workshops, public and film industry events, regular screenings, collaborative and cross-platform work and educational outreach programmes. Your support is essential as it ensures that London Film School maintains its position as a hub for independent filmmaking talent for years to come. Your membership of The London Film Society will directly support the campaign for the new London Film School, opening 2015 in the Barbican Arts Centre.

Danny Boyle Jim Broadbent Sir Michael Caine Ken Loach Michael Mann Sir Paul McCartney Sam Mendes Dame Helen Mirren

o as an individual for £1,000 o as a couple for £2,000 o as a corporate member for £5,000 YOUR DETAILS Name(s) ____________________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Postcode ___________________Telephone number(s) _______________________________

Members: David Aukin (Chairman) Lawrence Atkinson Don Boyd Dan Chambers Simon Chinn Will Clarke Tony Elliott Stephen Garrett Marc Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Iain Smith OBE Colin Vaines Amanda Walsh Roger Wingate

E-mail address _______________________________________________________________ As part of our service to you, we will hold your details on our database to fulfil your membership and provide you with information about LFS and The London Film Society.

o I do not want to receive information from LFS other than that which pertains to my membership. I WOULD LIKE TO PAY BY

o Cheque - I enclose a cheque payable to The London Film Society Ltd for £________________ o Annual standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms o Monthly standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Please specify the name by which you would like to be credited _________________________ Or o I would like to remain anonymous.

THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS: David Aukin Don Boyd Dan Chambers Will Clarke Tony and Janey Elliott Stephen Garrett Keith Greenhalgh Christo Hird Patricia Jackson Olivier Kaempfer Paul Kafka Mike Leigh Wasseem Mahmood OBE Marc and Odile Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Michael Sackler Anthony Smith

I would like to join The London Film Society:

As a UK tax payer, you can increase the value of your gift to LFS at no extra cost to you. Consent to Gift Aid and LFS can reclaim the tax already paid on the donation element of your membership.

GIFT AID DECLARATION

o please

tick I would like The London Film Society to reclaim tax on all donations and subscriptions I have made since 1 January 2006, and all further gifts until I notify you otherwise. I confirm I am a UK taxpayer and that I have paid an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax equal to any tax reclaimed by the LFS. I will inform you should my tax status change.

Signature __________________________________ Date _________________

If you are a US tax payer, your gift may be tax deductible. Please contact Kate for more information: k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Find out more: contact Kate Wilson at k.wilson@lfs.org.uk or call 020 7836 9642 ext 236

Please return this completed form to: Development Office The London Film School, 24 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9UB email k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Note to printer...please trim an extra 3mm from this edge

About The London Film School

!

The London Film Society


MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

‘Moon’, directed by LFS graduate Duncan Jones

Membership

Film Society Events

Special Access

Entertaining

Individual

2 invitations to each Film Society Event

1 invitation to one Speakeasy and one Q&A industry event organised by LFS each year which attract leaders in the film industry. Recent speakers include Lasse Hallstrom and Danny Huston

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

2 invitations to one Speakeasy and one Q&A each year

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

Couple

4 invitations to each Film Society Event

Corporate

Your organisation will 4 invitations to one present one Film Speakeasy and one Society Event during Q&A each year the year, with 10 tickets for use by your staff and clients; 6 tickets for every other Film Society Event

Crediting

SUPPORT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL AND GET AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF INDEPENDENT FILM

Cost

Become a founding member of The London Film Society and gain exclusive access to unique events at one of the world’s great film schools and help it grow.

£1000

THE

Your company will present one event, all materials for which will have your company name and logo

The London Film Society Ltd is a private limited company, limited by guarantee and registered in England no 7886379 Registered office address c/o Wedlake Bell, 52 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4LR Registered charity number 1146656

LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

£2000

Company name £5000 and logo on the website and in the graduation programme

AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

lfs.org.uk

www.londonfilmsociety.org.uk


MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

‘Moon’, directed by LFS graduate Duncan Jones

Membership

Film Society Events

Special Access

Entertaining

Individual

2 invitations to each Film Society Event

1 invitation to one Speakeasy and one Q&A industry event organised by LFS each year which attract leaders in the film industry. Recent speakers include Lasse Hallstrom and Danny Huston

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

2 invitations to one Speakeasy and one Q&A each year

One opportunity to Website hire the LFS cinema Graduation for a private event Programme per year

Couple

4 invitations to each Film Society Event

Corporate

Your organisation will 4 invitations to one present one Film Speakeasy and one Society Event during Q&A each year the year, with 10 tickets for use by your staff and clients; 6 tickets for every other Film Society Event

Crediting

SUPPORT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL AND GET AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF INDEPENDENT FILM

Cost

Become a founding member of The London Film Society and gain exclusive access to unique events at one of the world’s great film schools and help it grow.

£1000

THE

Your company will present one event, all materials for which will have your company name and logo

The London Film Society Ltd is a private limited company, limited by guarantee and registered in England no 7886379 Registered office address c/o Wedlake Bell, 52 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4LR Registered charity number 1146656

LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE

£2000

Company name £5000 and logo on the website and in the graduation programme

AT THE LONDON FILM SCHOOL

lfs.org.uk

www.londonfilmsociety.org.uk


Britain’s first Film Society was founded in 1925 at the New Gallery Kinema in Regent Street, London. Its original members included: George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, Maynard Keynes, Anthony Asquith, Sidney Bernstein, Ivor Montagu and Augustus John.

LFS has trained Directors, Cinematographers, Producers, Editors and other professionals working around the globe. The Covent Garden building works as a studio and delivers around180 films every year by graduate students from 60 countries. Graduates include Mike Leigh (Secrets and Lies, Vera Drake, Another Year and currently LFS Chairman), Michael Mann (The Insider, Heat, Collateral), Duncan Jones (Moon & Source Code), Iain Smith (The Killing Fields, Children of Men), Danny Huston (21 Grams, Ivansxtc, The Constant Gardener), Roger Pratt (Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, The End of the Affair, Chocolat), Franc Roddam (Quadrophenia, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, Moby Dick), Ann Hui (Boat People, A Simple Life).

The primary objective of the Film Society was to screen works that had either been banned by the censors or could not be seen anywhere else in Britain, alongside more mainstream films. Some of the first programs included screenings of Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin (1928) and the Charlie Chaplin short The Champion (1915). As the Film Society developed and gained more members, screenings evolved into events in which art exhibitions, lectures and group discussions situated the films shown within an historical and critical framework.

The legendary society for discovery and innovation in cinema is reconceived inside a world film conservatoire. Be a part of it.

The last screening in its original format occurred on April 23rd 1939 and now the London Film School brings this organisation back to life in a contemporary context, offering an exclusive vehicle to support the school. Since opening, LFS has played host to screenings and presentations of new work, open to its industry subscribers. Contributors in the early years include Fritz Lang, Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir and JeanLuc Godard, who became LFS Associates. Recent participants in Q&A’s include Mike Leigh, Lasse Hallström, Bruno Dumont, Stephen Frears, Paul Greengrass, Roger Michell, Jeremy Thomas Tessa Ross, Samantha Morton and Danny Boyle.

THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF FILMMAKING SINCE 1956

LFS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Honorary Chairs: As a member of The London Film Society, you’ll meet the leaders of today’s film industry and the key talent of tomorrow, whilst exploring the filmmaking process in a fun and social environment. LFS is building a new kind of film school in the heart of the capital – a graduate conservatoire with state-ofthe-art facilities, professional training workshops, public and film industry events, regular screenings, collaborative and cross-platform work and educational outreach programmes. Your support is essential as it ensures that London Film School maintains its position as a hub for independent filmmaking talent for years to come. Your membership of The London Film Society will directly support the campaign for the new London Film School, opening 2015 in the Barbican Arts Centre.

Danny Boyle Jim Broadbent Sir Michael Caine Ken Loach Michael Mann Sir Paul McCartney Sam Mendes Dame Helen Mirren

o as an individual for £1,000 o as a couple for £2,000 o as a corporate member for £5,000 YOUR DETAILS Name(s) ____________________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Postcode ___________________Telephone number(s) _______________________________

Members: David Aukin (Chairman) Lawrence Atkinson Don Boyd Dan Chambers Simon Chinn Will Clarke Tony Elliott Stephen Garrett Marc Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Iain Smith OBE Colin Vaines Amanda Walsh Roger Wingate

E-mail address _______________________________________________________________ As part of our service to you, we will hold your details on our database to fulfil your membership and provide you with information about LFS and The London Film Society.

o I do not want to receive information from LFS other than that which pertains to my membership. I WOULD LIKE TO PAY BY

o Cheque - I enclose a cheque payable to The London Film Society Ltd for £________________ o Annual standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms o Monthly standing order - please e-mail me the standing order forms ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Please specify the name by which you would like to be credited _________________________ Or o I would like to remain anonymous.

THE LONDON FILM SOCIETY FOUNDERS: David Aukin Don Boyd Dan Chambers Will Clarke Tony and Janey Elliott Stephen Garrett Keith Greenhalgh Christo Hird Patricia Jackson Olivier Kaempfer Paul Kafka Mike Leigh Wasseem Mahmood OBE Marc and Odile Mourre Franc Roddam Lisa Marie Russo Michael Sackler Anthony Smith

I would like to join The London Film Society:

As a UK tax payer, you can increase the value of your gift to LFS at no extra cost to you. Consent to Gift Aid and LFS can reclaim the tax already paid on the donation element of your membership.

GIFT AID DECLARATION

o please

tick I would like The London Film Society to reclaim tax on all donations and subscriptions I have made since 1 January 2006, and all further gifts until I notify you otherwise. I confirm I am a UK taxpayer and that I have paid an amount of UK income tax or capital gains tax equal to any tax reclaimed by the LFS. I will inform you should my tax status change.

Signature __________________________________ Date _________________

If you are a US tax payer, your gift may be tax deductible. Please contact Kate for more information: k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Find out more: contact Kate Wilson at k.wilson@lfs.org.uk or call 020 7836 9642 ext 236

Please return this completed form to: Development Office The London Film School, 24 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9UB email k.wilson@lfs.org.uk

Note to printer...please trim an extra 3mm from this edge

About The London Film School

!

The London Film Society


London Film Society Brochure  

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