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Film London Newsletter - 30 June 2010

Find out what we're up to, as well as highlights and opportunities from the film and media industries in the capital.
Date posted: 30.06.2010

Two Firsts for the Summer

Alongside football and tennis, this season is also bringing two exciting new film offerings to the capital. The First UK Portuguese Film Festival and the inaugural London Indian Film Festival open up a world of visual delights for cinema-goers this summer.
Date posted: 25.06.2010

Apatow's British Adventure

Judd Apatow's (The 40-year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Funny People) latest release, road-movie comedy caper Get Him to the Greek, now in cinemas, kicks off in London with Russell Brand reprising his role from 2008 smash hit comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Date posted: 25.06.2010

Film London Newsletter - 23 June 2010

Welcome to the new Film London bulletin. Find out what we're up to, as well as highlights and opportunities from the film and media industries in the capital.
Date posted: 23.06.2010

London Recut: Vote for Your Favourite Vision of London!

Now all the London Recut entries are in, you can watch them online and cast your vote.
Date posted: 17.06.2010

Edinburgh's International Perspective

The 64th Edinburgh International Film Festival will again showcase talent from the UK and across the world, including works and film-makers supported by Film London
Date posted: 16.06.2010

The Big Impact

The UK film industry contributes £4.5b a year to the country’s economy, a new independent report has revealed, with 75% of the industry based in London and the South East.
Date posted: 10.06.2010

Best of Boroughs - Have Your Say!

Online voting for this year's Best of Borough Audience Award is now open - pick your favourite short film now
Date posted: 08.06.2010

Clarke's Countdown

Noel Clarke, the BAFTA-winning writer/director/actor, has released his second film, an action-packed story about four teenage girls inadvertently involved in an international smuggling plot. Shot between London and New York 4.3.2.1 is Clarke's bid to make a 'British movie' with Hollywood-style production values.
Date posted: 03.06.2010

Image of crew shoot Hackney Borough Market Nike advert night

Hackney's Broadway Market in Nike advert

Our location of the month is Hackney's Broadway Market, appearing in new Nike advert 'Write the Future'
Date posted: 01.06.2010

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