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October

Film London Jarman Award at the Whitechapel Gallery

This weekend Film London and the Whitechapel Gallery are giving you the chance to judge the artists shortlisted for the 2013 Film London Jarman Award.
Date posted: 30.10.2013

Borrowed Time becomes first UK Tugg screening

Last night the men and women of London made cinema history. Microwave’s Borrowed Time became the first ever film to get a cinema screening in the UK as a result of crowdsourcing initiative Tugg.
Date posted: 30.10.2013

The Escape Artist

BBC One’s new three part legal drama written by David Wolstencrost and starring David Tennant premiered 29 October.
Date posted: 30.10.2013

London in Focus at Regiofun

Film London’s award-winning production schemes were celebrated in last week’s Regiofun Film Festival in Poland, with a 23 Film London short retrospective and a screening of Microwave film Borrowed Time.
Date posted: 30.10.2013

London: Loved By Hollywood Stars

Having shot across London for the new Marvel superhero film Thor: The Dark World, lead cast Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth laud the city’s many virtues.
Date posted: 23.10.2013

Celebrate Mexican Gothic at the Day of the Dead weekender

Forget Halloween, this year it’s all about the Day of the Dead. Supported by Film London, Mexican Gothic hits the capital in the form of the Dia de los Muertos Experience at the Rich Mix from 1-2 November.
Date posted: 22.10.2013

Film London Production Finance Market 2013: Highlights from the keynote

Introduced by organiser Angus Finney as “high end speed dating” between producers and financiers, the 2013 Production Finance Market got off to a flying start with a keynote speech from legendary Co-President of Sony Pictures Classics — Michael Barker.
Date posted: 17.10.2013

Co-President of Sony Pictures Classics opens the Production Finance Market

Delegates at this year’s Film London Production Finance Market will get considerable insight into successfully producing and distributing independent features, courtesy of a keynote speech from Michael Barker, Co-founder and Co-director of Sony Pictures Classics.
Date posted: 15.10.2013

BFI London Film Festival 2013 opens

To celebrate the opening of the BFI London Film Festival, Film London offers some highlights in the main programme, and outlines its involvement in this landmark event in the capital’s calendar.
Date posted: 09.10.2013

Film London speaks alongside Lord Puttnam at First Indonesian Film Policy Forum

Helena Mackenzie, Film London’s Head of Inward Investment and Business Development headed to Jarkarta, Indonesia, for the inaugural Indonesian Film Policy Forum.
Date posted: 09.10.2013

New micro-budget finance market launched

On 16 and 17 October, 19 micro-budget film-making teams will head to Central London for Film London’s first ever Micro-Market — a day of meetings with financiers looking for great projects with a small price tag.
Date posted: 08.10.2013

London Calling

On 1 October, Film London launched London Calling and London Calling Plus, offering more opportunities to the capital’s film-making, building on 10 years of success discovering London’s new and emerging talent.
Date posted: 02.10.2013

Image of Thor: The Dark World

Searcy's Restaurant at The Gherkin in Thor: The Dark World

Our location of the month is Searcy's Restaurant, featured in Thor: The Dark World. Directed by Alan Taylor with many of the cast reprising their roles from the first film, the anticipated sequel shot in the capital and utilised the iconic Gherkin.
Date posted: 01.10.2013

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