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Film London News Bulletin - 26 April 2010

London Recut | FLAMIN | Sci-Fi London | The London Palestine Film Festival | Kicks n Flicks | The Terracotta Far East Film Festival | Memory, Empire and Technology | The Engine Room Pitch | The Sheffield Doc/Fest | Vacancies |Dalerush | PayPal | Submissions | Heartless
Date posted: 26.04.2010

Re-Invent London’s History

London Recut is a unique initiative and competition launched today to give everyone easy access to extraordinary archive films.
Date posted: 22.04.2010

FLAMIN Productions Awards Announced and New Round of Applications Open

Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) today revealed the first five projects by London-based artist film-makers to be produced through FLAMIN Productions and opens the second round for applications.
Date posted: 21.04.2010

Chadha’s Funny Afterlife

Gurinder Chadha (Bend it Like Beckham) has returned to the big screen with It’s a Wonderful Afterlife. The film, set and shot in West London, is an Asian take on the Ealing comedy tradition.
Date posted: 20.04.2010

Film London News Bulletin - 19 April 2010

The Cannes Film Festival | Cemetery Junction | Shorts Film Fund Seminar | East End Film Festival | Roxy's Extraordinary Film Season | Portuguese & Lusophone Festival | The Whitechapel Gallery Children's Film Library | Enough of the Games | Future Proof | The Village Screen Project | C4 Production Trainee Scheme | Merton in 90 Seconds | Submissions | Inception
Date posted: 20.04.2010

Allen, Leigh and Frears’ London-shot Projects to Premiere in Cannes

The 63rd Cannes International Film Festival has announced the official selection including the latest works by Woody Allen, Mike Leigh, Stephen Frears and Oliver Stone, all of which shot in the capital.
Date posted: 16.04.2010

Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant Offset their Carbon Emissions

Cemetery Junction, the first co-directed feature from award-winning duo Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, is a recent release that has pioneered a 'green' attitude towards film-making
Date posted: 15.04.2010

Film London News Bulletin - 12 April 2010

LSA Tenders | Think Bike | Outnumbered | Urban Screen | North London Film Fund | Italian Cinema London | Psychoanalysis' Screening Programme | Festivals in London | Digital Flux | Life in 2050 | Foreign Language Film Seminar | Tribeca All Access | Enjoy England | Competition | Submissions | LFS Vacancy
Date posted: 12.04.2010

Blossoming Film Offer this Spring

Five very diverse and distinctive film festivals are taking place in the capital this month with the support of Film London.
Date posted: 08.04.2010

Third Time Outnumbered

The award-winning BBC comedy Outnumbered returns to our screens tonight for a third series. The first episode sees Grandma taking the Brockman family for an eventful day of sightseeing in London and location manager Harriet Lawrence reveals all the secrets behind shoot.
Date posted: 08.04.2010

Film London News Bulletin - 06 April 2010

Ashes to Ashes | Film London in 90 Seconds | Images of Black Women | East End Film Festival | Frames Per Second | LFS Workshop | The Industry Trust | Findanyfilm.com | CVMP | Submissions | Twitter
Date posted: 06.04.2010

The Last Burning Ashes

Ashes to Ashes is approaching the end of its successful run. The last series of the London-shot show airs on 2 April.
Date posted: 01.04.2010

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Limehouse Link Tunnel in Department of Transport advert

Our location of the month is Limehouse Link Tunnel, appearing in the Department of Transport's THINK! advert 'Think Bike'
Date posted: 01.04.2010

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