Larra Anderson

Director, Northern Film School

Larra Anderson is the Dean of the School of Screen at the London College of Communication at University of the Arts London. Previous to joining LCC, Larra was the Director of the Northern Film School at Leeds Beckett University. Larra holds an MFA in Film Production from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematics and is a Fellow of the RSA.

As a filmmaker, Larra has worked primarily as a cinematographer, though she also has produced, directed and written film and television.  Her award winning films have screened in cinemas internationally, as well as at over 60 festivals worldwide with screenings at the MOMA, Lincoln Centre, BAM, SXSW, ICA, and BFI.  Highlights include her work on the feature film “The New Women” starring Andy Warhol screen legend Mary Woronov and “Hit So Hard” a feature length documentary about Patty Schemel the drummer from Courtney Love’s band Hole.  Her newest film, the feature documentary “Mansfield 66/67”, is scheduled for festival release later this year.