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July

Summer Blockbuster Captain America: The First Avenger

Comic book hero Captain America hits UK cinema screens this Friday. Shot in various UK locations, including London and the South East, the World War II superhero takes on the Nazis
Date posted: 27.07.2011

New Film London Shorts Fund Open

Film London launches the Dickens 2012 Short Film Scheme, now open for applications until Monday 29 August 2011
Date posted: 27.07.2011

Cinema for Inclusion

With the support of Film London, Open Cinema is launching London Connect – a new programme of films and events aimed at London’s homeless and those suffering from social exclusion
Date posted: 27.07.2011

London Welcomes the Punch

Action film Welcome to the Punch, starring James McAvoy and Mark Strong, is currently in production in the capital
Date posted: 20.07.2011

Pixar Comes to London with Cars 2

Cars 2, the latest animation from Pixar, goes global taking in major capital cities including London
Date posted: 20.07.2011

Vote for London’s Best Short

The Best of Boroughs Film Awards (aka the BoBs) are back for a fourth year to celebrate shorts produced across the capital - watch and vote for your favourite now
Date posted: 18.07.2011

Yates and the End of Potter

David Yates made a short film through a Film London production scheme before going on to direct the last four films of the highest grossing film franchise of all time. Yates talks to Film London about his career and his short film Rank
Date posted: 13.07.2011

The Hour of Truth

New London-shot 1950s drama The Hour hits the screens this month and it’s tipped to give Mad Men a run for its money
Date posted: 13.07.2011

British Guide Shows Off with Verve Deal and Karlovy Vary Premiere

Microwave documentary The British Guide to Showing Off is presented in competition at the Czech festival following its UK distribution deal with Verve Pictures
Date posted: 05.07.2011

Film London Alumni Earmarked for Stardom

Film-makers Frances Lea and Michael Pearce have been named 'Stars of Tomorrow' by trade publication Screen International
Date posted: 01.07.2011

Image of Still from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

King's Cross Station in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Our location of the month is King's Cross Station, featured in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. AFor the final installment of the Harry Potter series, we look at a very special London location which has been integral to the books and films throughout.
Date posted: 01.07.2011

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