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September

London’s Screen Archives Screening at the Barbican

On 28 September, London’s Screen Archives presents a programme of films in the Barbican’s Urban Wandering – Film and the London Landscape season.
Date posted: 25.09.2013

Film London and the British Film Commission at MIPCOM 2013

Promoting the production of television and animation in the UK, both Film London and the British Film Commission will be attending MIPCOM 2013
Date posted: 25.09.2013

Win Tickets to Borrowed Time

Win tickets to the latest Film London Microwave feature screening at Ealing Town Hall on 2 October at 7pm!
Date posted: 25.09.2013

Microschool International in Georgia

Film London successfully delivered Microwave’s Microschool International for film-makers in Georgia, at the Batumi International Arthouse Film Festival.
Date posted: 25.09.2013

Cultivate 2013 Under Way

The second annual edition of Film London’s UK-wide film education training programme for exhibitors runs 18-20 September with an outstanding roster of speakers.
Date posted: 18.09.2013

Borrowed Time Released on Friday

The first film in the UK to raise its P&A through a successful Kickstarter campaign, Parkville Pictures utilises groundbreaking initiatives and platforms to directly distribute their film, the latest feature from Film London Microwave.
Date posted: 11.09.2013

London: A Bigger Picture

Film London, through the London’s Screen Archives (LSA) network, has received a grant of almost £500,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for ‘London: A Bigger Picture’, a major three-year project starting in January 2014.
Date posted: 11.09.2013

Best of Boroughs (BoBs) 2013

Film London showcased the 18 film-making teams who made a short film through the 2012/13 London Borough Film Fund Challenge (LBFFC), with one team winning the £2,000 BoBs Jury Award.
Date posted: 06.09.2013

57th BFI London Film Festival

Film London, in conjunction with the Mayor of London, invests £60,000 to support the festival’s crucial industry offer and the annual Mayor’s Gala, as well as presenting a series of events including the Film London Production Finance Market.
Date posted: 04.09.2013

Film Hub London Announced

Film London announced as lead partner for Greater London as part of the BFI’s new BFI Film Audience Network (FAN).
Date posted: 03.09.2013

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Crystal Palace Park in Rush

Our location of the month is Crystal Palace Park, featured in Rush. Rush is a biographical action film directed and produced by Ron Howard, focusing on the 1976 Formula 1 season between drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda. Shot extensively in London, Rush takes you on a thrilling race to the world title.
Date posted: 01.09.2013