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January

Record Breaking Year for Film

Figures published today revealed audiences embraced independent British features more than ever in 2011 and production spend in the UK was also at an all time high
Date posted: 31.01.2012

London’s Film Industry Celebrates the Oscar Nominations

Nominations for the 84th Academy Awards see Scorsese’s UK-shot Hugo leading the way plus a number of London-shot films including My Week with Marilyn, produced by Film London Chair David Parfitt.
Date posted: 25.01.2012

Local Screening Programmes Kick Start Community Activity

Two programmes of screenings, one on queer film and one curated by young refugees, start the activity supported through Film London's new audience development fund.
Date posted: 25.01.2012

Film London short Selected for Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival kicks off today in Utah with a Film London funded short in a programme which features a strong UK presence.
Date posted: 18.01.2012

Film London and the British Film Commission Welcome Film Policy Review Recommendations

The report recognises the key role of the BFC and the success of Microwave while putting audiences at the core, prioritising inward investment and developing film education and skills.
Date posted: 18.01.2012

The British Film Commission Welcomes PM’s Praise

The body in charge of attracting inward investment to the UK welcomed Prime Minister David Cameron’s comments today about the ‘crucial role’ of the BFC
Date posted: 11.01.2012

Film London Takes Producers Across the Globe

The Production Finance Market (PFM) continues to build international bridges for producers
Date posted: 11.01.2012

Brits Set for Success at the 69th Golden Globe Awards

A host of nominations have been received by London-shot feature films and TV shows, with nods to British actors across the board.
Date posted: 11.01.2012

The London Short Film Festival

The 9th London Short Film Festival, taking place from 6-15 January, presents the best of UK short film-making talent.
Date posted: 04.01.2012

Welcome to the Madhouse

In The Iron Lady, the House of Commons set at London’s Wimbledon Studios provides the stage for Meryl Streep in the hotly anticipated Thatcher biopic.
Date posted: 04.01.2012

Image of Coriolanus, directed by Ralph Fiennes

Old Street Police Station in Coriolanus

Our location of the month is Old Street Police Station in Coriolanus. Ralph Fiennes steps behind the camera for the first time, shooting key scenes at Old Street Police Station and Magistrates Court.
Date posted: 01.01.2012

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