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Academy Films Ltd
16 West Central Street
London
WC1A 1JJ

About

Academy Films is a world-renowned film production company, creating commercials, music videos, short films, digital content, art installations and feature films. Lizie Gower set up Academy in 1985 and continues to run the company at the head office in London. Some of the world’s finest directing talent can be found within the 36 strong Academy roster, including Jonathan Glazer, Frederic Planchon, Seb Edwards, Si & Ad, Martin De Thurah, David Fincher, Garth Davis, Johnny Green and Lynne Ramsay.

Academy have won almost every major award from around the world, including 2 D&AD Black Pencils for the much revered Guinness ‘Surfer’ film, directed by Jonathan Glazer.

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“Music Reigns Supreme Over Culture”

“Music Reigns Supreme Over Culture”

Academy’s new head of music Maurizio Von Trapp tells LBB’s Laura Swinton why music video is more relevant than ever

Academy Appoints Maurizio Von Trapp as Head of Music Division

Academy Appoints Maurizio Von Trapp as Head of Music Division

Maurizio joined Pulse Films in 2017 to be a part of its award winning music video division

Director Trey Edwards Shults Signs to Academy

Director Trey Edwards Shults Signs to Academy

Trey joins Academy for UK and European representation

Mura Masa Video Captures the Raw Emotional Intensity of Youth

Mura Masa Video Captures the Raw Emotional Intensity of Youth

Marcus Söderlund of Academy Films directed the promo for the track ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’

An Intimate Portrait of an Unlikely Indian Skateboarding Star

An Intimate Portrait of an Unlikely Indian Skateboarding Star

Academy director Sasha Rainbow tells the story of making Kamali - her Bafta-nominated short profiling one girl as she pursues her passion

Jonathan Glazer Launches Unsettling Surprise Short Film

Jonathan Glazer Launches Unsettling Surprise Short Film

‘The Fall’ premiered unannounced on BBC Two, on iPlayer and in select British cinemas on Sunday, October 27th