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Film London's Top Ten Spooky Locations

As the city gets ready for the scariest night in the year, we present you Film London’s pick of the scariest locations in the capital
Date posted: 30.10.2009

Image of Carey Mulligan and Dominic Cooper in An Education

A London Education

This beautifully crafted period film uses locations in London to their fullest affect
Date posted: 30.10.2009

First Film Commission For The Museum of London

The Museum of London has commissioned its first piece of film art. LDN24, an innovative media installation, will be unveiled in spring 2010.
Date posted: 29.10.2009

Underground Film Quotes

Look out for another ‘Know Your Lines’ campaign in Tube stations across the capital
Date posted: 28.10.2009

Film London Board of Directors Welcomes Three New Members

Producer Stephen Woolley, the CEO of Vue Cinemas Timothy Richards and CEO of Target Media Group Rob Wilkerson, will all bring specific industry expertise to Film London's board
Date posted: 27.10.2009

Film London News Bulletin - 26 October 2009

Production Finance Market | British Indepedent Film Awards | Digital Film Archive Fund | Peter and Ben | Crystal Palace Pictures | Ghosts of Hallowe'en Future | Pinewood | Bi-monthly Exhibitor's Forum | Electric Sheep | London Greek Film Festival | The Video College | Cre8 Urself | Fabulous But Forgotten | The Production Guild | The Smalls | Vacancy
Date posted: 26.10.2009

A Rendez-vous at the Production Finance Market

International producer Pierre-Ange Le Pogam addressed producers and financiers yesterday during the presentation keynote of Film London’s third Production Finance Market (PFM).
Date posted: 22.10.2009

Tails of The Unexpected

London’s 3 Mills Studios in Bow is fast becoming the world’s finest stop-motion animation centre. Film London visits the set of Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Date posted: 20.10.2009

Film London News Bulletin - 20 October 2009

Fantastic Mr. Fox | London Moves Me | Artists' Film at LFF | The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus | BFI Film Centre | Urban Screen | Hammer Festival | Fifth European Psychoanalytic Film Festival | 3rd Russian Film Festival in London | 3rd Native Spirit Festival | Met Film School | LFA Graduation Showcase | LFS Autumn Workshops | Archives Residential | Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang
Date posted: 20.10.2009

Gilliam Unleashes His Imagination in London

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus by writer/director Terry Gilliam shot extensively in the capital
Date posted: 16.10.2009

Film London News Bulletin - 12 October 2009

LFF Trailer | Best British Newcomer | Freestyle Talk | Happy Soul Festival | Digital Film Archive Fund | Exhibitors' Surgery | Film and Media Technicians New Entrants Scheme | Crystal Palace Pictures | Elefest | Festivals | ZOMBIE 48 Hour Film Challenge | Open Film Club | National Schools Film Week | Submissions | John Landis
Date posted: 12.10.2009

Film Lights Up the Capital

The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival (LFF) is fast approaching and its promotion is now in full motion led by a stunning brand new trailer shot in the capital.
Date posted: 09.10.2009

Identifying the Next 'Star of London'

PULSE film-maker Tom Harper has been announced as a contender for Best British Newcomer at this year's London Film Festival.
Date posted: 07.10.2009

Production Finance Market 2009

The Film London Production Finance Market (PFM) returns for a third year and has announced top European producer Pierre-Ange Le Pogam will deliver this year's keynote
Date posted: 05.10.2009

Film London News Bulletin - 5 October 2009

Film London Production Finance Market | Film Sutton in 90 Seconds | Take12:UK | Virtually a Reality: Digitising Your Festival | Kunsthalle Zurich | Desire | iFeatures | 14 Islands Film Challenge | BECTU Writers Producers and Directors Branch AGM | Electric Sheep | Oktoberfest | Submissions | Fantastic Mr. Fox
Date posted: 05.10.2009

Black History Month 2009

Diverse activities, in recognition of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora, take place across the UK in October
Date posted: 01.10.2009

Clerkenwell Close in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Our location of the month is Clerkenwell Close, featured in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Date posted: 01.10.2009

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