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November

New London-shot Drama Debuts on CBBC

Penned by BAFTA-winning screenwriter Tony Marchant, Postcode is a three-part drama about tolerance and the power of friendship
Date posted: 30.11.2011

UK Film Minister Arrives in Hollywood

Film Minister Ed Vaizey arrives in LA to promote the UK to the US film industry and boost inward investment.
Date posted: 28.11.2011

Film London Reveals Pilot Screening Initiatives to Receive Support

A selection of exciting projects aimed at new audiences across the capital have been announced as the recipients of Film London’s new Community Pilot Fund
Date posted: 23.11.2011

London Ready for Film-makers During Olympic Year

With a new Portal to manage filming applications and a 2012 Microsite, Film London unveils measures to ensure productions continue to shoot in the capital in the run up and during the Olympic Games.
Date posted: 23.11.2011

When Marilyn Came to London

My Week with Marilyn, in cinemas from Friday, tells the story of when Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe came to London in 1956.
Date posted: 23.11.2011

The World Celebrates Charles Dickens on Screen

Part of Dickens 2012, the BFI has launched Dickens on Screen, a retrospective of film and television adaptations plus new works from the BBC and Film London.
Date posted: 17.11.2011

Under the Deep Blue Sea

Terence Davies’s London-shot adaptation of Terence Rattigan’s 1952 play, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’, starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleson, opens in cinemas next week.
Date posted: 16.11.2011

'Trainspotting' Author Pens New London-Shot Comedy Feature

Irvine Welsh has co-written the script for The Magnificent Eleven - a feel-good British comedy set to start shooting in the capital next week.
Date posted: 16.11.2011

Government Extends Film Tax Relief

The Prime Minister today announced an extension to the scheme, which has been welcomed by the British Film Commission and Film London
Date posted: 10.11.2011

Celebrating the Outsider in All of Us

A dazzling tribute to all things bold and fabulous, the “infectiously upbeat” latest Microwave feature The British Guide to Showing Off opens this Friday
Date posted: 09.11.2011

Films Find A Future at PFM

Miranda July’s second film, The Future is now in cinemas, but before the cameras started rolling, the film’s producers secured funding at the Film London Production Finance Market.
Date posted: 09.11.2011

Bond Returns to the Capital After Four Years

The 23rd Bond film, Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig and Ralph Fiennes, begins filming on Monday and will shoot in London and Pinewood Studios.
Date posted: 04.11.2011

From Bottom to Top

Dubbed ‘the British Wire’, Channel 4’s controversial new drama Top Boy filmed in East London and opened to rave reviews this week.
Date posted: 02.11.2011

The UK Jewish Film Festival Celebrates in the Capital

Until 20 November, the 15th UK Jewish Film Festival (UKJFF) is taking place in 13 venues around London, showcasing over 70 feature films, shorts and documentaries from around the world which promote awareness of Jewish life and cultures.
Date posted: 02.11.2011

Image of Andrew Logan with a contestant in The British Guide to Showing Off

The Roundhouse in The British Guide to Showing Off

Our location of the month is The Roundhouse, featured in The British Guide to Showing Off. The film follows the life of British artist Andrew Logan and captures his legendary Alternative Miss World Show at London’s Roundhouse.
Date posted: 01.11.2011

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