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The London Short Film Festival 2013

London Short Film Festival (LSFF), now in its 10th year, is an annual event presenting the best of UK short film-making talent. This year’s event takes place 4-13 January 2013 in 24 venues across London.
Date posted: 20.12.2012

2012: A Gold Medal Year for the Capital

As 2012 draws to a close, Film London reviews highlights of an extraordinary year for the capital. Alongside London's landmark sporting events, film production in the city has been booming and the agency delivered a number of successful events and initiatives throughout the year.
Date posted: 19.12.2012

Love From London: Charles Dickens’s Magic Lantern

Film London launches a Dickens Layer of online Movie Map, Love From London in time for Christmas. Users can explore London through Dickens’s eyes, a city the author described as his “magic lantern” and arguably the most important character across all his work.
Date posted: 19.12.2012

London Sees Huge Growth in Appetite for Heritage Film

Film London reports results of the London’s Screen Archive’s extensive screen heritage survey, and outlines strategy for the future.
Date posted: 14.12.2012

Season's Greetings from Film London

Film London, a coordinating partner of Dickens 2012 celebrating the bicentenary of Charles Dicken's birth, assisted the London location production of Great Expectations, in cinemas now.
Date posted: 13.12.2012

Film London and BAFTA present Breakthrough: A Guide to International Film Sales & Distribution

Film London has once again joined forces with BAFTA to present a seminar designed to guide emerging producers in the UK through the roles of traditional sales companies and distributors.
Date posted: 12.12.2012

Thriller Shot In the City of London

Writer/Director Barnaby Southcombe’s debut feature I, Anna shot extensively in the capital. A psychological drama, the film stars Charlotte Rampling alongside Gabriel Byrne, and is currently screening in selected cinemas across the UK.
Date posted: 12.12.2012

Lilting Goes Into Production For Microwave

Film London Microwave’s eighth production, Lilting, starring Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei Pei, has gone into production.
Date posted: 05.12.2012

Film London Announces Community Pilot Fund Awardees

Projects receive support from Film London’s Community Pilot Fund which aims to support the development of new film exhibition projects in underserviced communities around London.
Date posted: 05.12.2012

Elizabeth Price wins Turner Prize

FLAMIN-supported artist film-maker Elizabeth Price has been announced as the winner of this year's prestigious Turner Prize.
Date posted: 04.12.2012

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Swakeley's House in Mr Stink

Our location of the month is Swakeley's House, featured in Mr Stink, based on David Walliams’ second novel of the same name.
Date posted: 01.12.2012

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