Creative connections that transform




The King's Speech Brings Oscars to London

British royal drama The King's Speech last night bagged four Oscars® at the 83th Academy Awards ceremony. The London-shot film was joined by other winning features filmed in the capital including Inception (four wins) and The Wolfman (one)
Date posted: 28.02.2011

Film London Microwave is Open for Applications

Microwave, the award-winning feature film fund, returns with opportunities for emerging film-making talent in the capital and outlines changes to the scheme which will give successful film-makers more support to develop their projects.
Date posted: 28.02.2011

Second Round of Exhibition and Education Funding Awards Announced

Film London has announced the recipients of the second round of the Cultural Film Exhibition Fund and Education ‘Hubs’ Fund for the year 2010/2011
Date posted: 23.02.2011

Film London News Bulletin - 23 February 2011

Page Eight Shoots in Capital | Exhibition and Education Projects Awarded Funding | Latest from Microwave Online | Branchage School's Canon 5D Training | Tantric Tourists Screening | Beyond HD film and TV conference
Date posted: 23.02.2011

Star studded spy drama shooting in the capital

Filming has commenced in and around the capital on Page Eight, a contemporary spy thriller for BBC Two starring Bill Nighy, Rachel Weisz, Ralph Fiennes, Judy Davis and Michael Gambon.
Date posted: 22.02.2011

3 Mills Studios Announces New Owners

London's largest Studio, 3 Mills Studios, is now owned by the Olympic Park Legacy Company, the not-for-profit company, responsible for the long term planning, development and management of the Olympic Park.
Date posted: 16.02.2011

Film London Announces LUFF 2011

Film London has announced the return of London UK Film Focus (LUFF) for the 8th year, with the dates set for 27 - 30 June 2011. International film buyers will again flock to London's BFI Southbank for the four day event to acquire British feature films and bring them to an international audience.
Date posted: 16.02.2011

A Royal Flush for The King's Speech

The King's Speech, the highly acclaimed London-shot drama about King George VI's stammer swept the board at this week's BAFTA®s. The film picked up both the Best Film and the Outstanding British Film awards following its huge success premiering at the BFI London Film Festival last October.
Date posted: 16.02.2011

Film London News Bulletin - 16 February 2011

The Return of LUFF | Royal Flush for The King's Speech | 3 Mills Studios Announce New Owners | Midnight Movies returns to Curzon Soho | Oscar® Season at The Tricycle Cinema | Marketing Movies Online Labs 2011
Date posted: 16.02.2011

London in Berlin

The 61st Berlin Film Festival starts this week, with nearly 20,000 film professionals expected to attend. Film London will be on hand to discuss key industry initiatives as part of the European Film Market, while Film London short Spring will screen in the Festival’s Panorama strand.
Date posted: 09.02.2011

Never Let Me Go

The National Trust’s Ham House in London is transformed to become an eerie boarding school in Never Let Me Go, out in cinemas on Friday.
Date posted: 09.02.2011

Film London News Bulletin - 9 February 2011

New Projects Unveiled | Never Let Me Go | London in Berlin | Jenny & the Worm | New First Light Event | LFF Dates Announced
Date posted: 09.02.2011

Dickens 2012 Unveils New Projects to Mark One Year Countdown

Dickens 2012 is an international celebration of the life and work of Charles Dickens which will mark the bicentenary of the great author’s birth in 2012. This week, coinciding with what would have been Dickens’s 199th birthday, Dickens 2012 unveiled some of the new plans.
Date posted: 08.02.2011

Eastern Promises

PULSE film-maker Jo Ho talks to Film London about her BBC show Spirit Warriors. The ground-breaking children’s programme is now nominated for a Broadcast Award. The winners will be announced on 2 February.
Date posted: 01.02.2011

It's A Wrap For The Woman in Black

Shooting has just wrapped on The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe. It is the latest feature from the resurgent British horror brand Hammer Films.
Date posted: 01.02.2011

Image of location Regency Cafe

Regency Cafe in Brighton Rock

Our location of the month is Regency Cafe, featured in Brighton Rock. Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of Graham Greene’s iconic novel updates the action to 1964. Pimlico’s Regency Café with its striking Art Deco interior is the perfect double for mod Brighton.
Date posted: 01.02.2011

Film London uses cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy Close