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February

Film London Jarman Award opens for nominations

For six years the Film London Jarman Award has been celebrating the best in innovative artist moving image. Now top industry figures have been invited to nominate the artists they think should be considered for the 2014 award.
Date posted: 28.02.2014

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For Jarman2014, Jarman Award Random Acts on the BFI Player

Since 2008 winners of the Film London Jarman Award have been making short works for Channel 4. Now, films by artists including Luke Fowler and Lindsay Seers are available to watch for free – on the BFI Player.
Date posted: 26.02.2014

When LOCO went Gothic: Half-term horror for all ages

Last week the funny people at LOCO showed us the lighter side of gothic when they teamed up with The Lost Pictureshow for three days of screenings, workshops and events – supported by Film Hub London and part of the BFI Gothic season.
Date posted: 26.02.2014

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Film London provides capital showcase to television and animation producers

Film London welcomes television and animation production executives from North America in a pair of familiarisation trips to London. This week sees a team of television producers to promote London as a destination for co-productions, while next week top US animation executives are set to explore the city's world-class animation offer.
Date posted: 26.02.2014

Bethnal Green goes bump in the night

Fear fans are for a treat next weekend, when the Lost Picture Show and DSK-PR pitch up at the eerily beautiful church of St John’s on Bethnal Green for an evening of Haunted Childhood, supported by Film Hub London.
Date posted: 19.02.2014

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Networking at the Natural History Museum

As dusk fell on London members of the London Filming Partnership joined premier film location managers, scouts and agents at the Natural History Museum for an evening of networking hosted by Film London in the new Darwin Centre.
Date posted: 19.02.2014

Lilting to open 28th BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

Hot off its success at Sundance Film Festival in Utah, where it won the award for cinematography and received glowing reviews, Film London Microwave’s eighth feature film is set to open the UK’s primary LGBTQI showcase.
Date posted: 12.02.2014

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Getting distribution right: Build Your Audience opens for applications

Applications open today for Film London’s Build Your Audience, an innovative four month programme helping film-making teams navigate the changing distribution landscape and build a tailored marketing strategy.
Date posted: 12.02.2014

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Film London-produced Lilting acquired by US distributor Strand

Audiences across North America will be given the opportunity to see Hong Khaou's stunning debut feature Lilting, as Strand Releasing picks up rights. A Film London Microwave production, the drama is set to hit US screens in late summer.
Date posted: 06.02.2014

One Direction new Midnight Memories video showcases the capital

Shot at locations from Wimbledon Studios to Lambeth Bridge and passing some of London's most famous sites, the latest One Direction video doesn't just promote their new single - it shows how much the capital has to offer productions big and small.
Date posted: 05.02.2014

Fairfield Halls in Cuban Fury

Our location of the month is Fairfield Halls, Croydon, featured in Cuban Fury
Date posted: 01.02.2014

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