Creative connections that transform

News

News

July

Image of Our Park Presents audience

Our Park Presents: Hounslow welcomes free family screening thanks to Film Hub London

Hounslow’s local community is being brought together through the power of cinema, thanks to support from Film Hub London. On Saturday they’ll head to Inwood Park for a free screening of Disney Pixar’s Up, a family favourite voted for by residents.
Date posted: 30.07.2014

Image of Naomi Christie and Ben Whishaw walk along the the Regent's Canal in Lilting

Lilting releases nationwide at 30 cinemas

UK audiences can now see Film London Microwave’s critically-acclaimed eighth feature as it opens at an incredible 30 cinemas across the UK next week. Written and directed by Cambodia-born British filmmaker Hong Khaou, Lilting is distributed by Curzon Film World's Artificial Eye in the UK. Buzz surrounding the film has rocketed ever since its premiere earlier this year at the 30th Sundance Film Festival.
Date posted: 30.07.2014

Image of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

London looks out of this world in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy

One of this summer’s biggest blockbusters will be blasting its way to cinema screens this Thursday, as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is released in the UK. Despite having the whole cosmos at their fingertips, the Guardians of the Galaxy crew made sure to touchdown in the capital, taking advantage of London’s world-class filming facilities and locations.
Date posted: 30.07.2014

Image of crew Filming Camera shoot

Independent films wanted for research project on innovative distribution models

We're excited to announce that Film London has teamed up with new VOD platform We Are Colony and Edge Hill University to deliver a £125,000 year-long project exploring new distribution strategies for independent film.
Date posted: 16.07.2014

Apsara Arts brings the best in Gujurati cinema to Vue Croydon Grants, thanks to Film Hub London

Celebrating the vibrant Gujurat culture and language, community organisation Apsara Arts is hosting a series of screenings at Vue Croydon Grants. The partnership has been made possible with funding from Film Hub London's Community Screen Scheme and a groundbreaking collaboration with Vue Cinemas.
Date posted: 16.07.2014

Image of Film London Jarman Award 2012

John Akomfrah and Marvin Gaye Chetwynd among 10-strong shortlist for Jarman Award 2014

10 of the best moving image artists working in the UK today have made it onto the shortlist for the 2014 Jarman Award. It’s a stellar line-up and, thanks to our touring programme, you’ll be able to see work by all of the artists across the UK this autumn.
Date posted: 09.07.2014

London’s Screen Archives celebrate film heritage at BAFTA

London’s Screen Archives celebrated screen heritage at a special event at BAFTA with presentations by invited speakers, including special guest and new patron Ray Davies, a screening of Seven Streets, Two Markets and a Wedding, and archive handling.
Date posted: 09.07.2014

Film Hub London’s Community Screen Scheme takes cinema across Sydenham

Sydenham Film Club and Sydenham Arts Festival have teamed up to produce a programme of events for the first time. The project Screen Sydenham: Fragments from a Century of Cinema, was made possible with support from Film Hub London’s Community Screen Scheme.
Date posted: 09.07.2014

Image of London Screenings 2014 delegate centre

Film London’s Export Market returns for a successful 11th edition.

The London Screenings (formerly London UK Film Focus) returned to London for its 11th edition, showcasing British film to over 200 international buyers, programmers and distributors as well as expanding the offer this year to include films available for pre-sale.
Date posted: 02.07.2014

Image of Ben Rivers' Two Years at Sea

Film London’s work with moving image artists set to continue with nearly £1m from Arts Council England

Film London’s work with moving image artists received a significant boost when it was included in Arts Council England’s announcement of their National Portfolio 2015-2018 Funding Programme.
Date posted: 02.07.2014

Image of film still 24: Live Another Day

Wembley Stadium in 24: Live Another Day

Our location of the month is Wembley Stadium, appearing in 24: Live Another Day
Date posted: 01.07.2014

Film London uses cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy Close