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Jarman Award Shortlist Artist Profile: Laura Buckley

In the latest of our weekly series of Jarman Award Artist Profiles, we speak to Laura Buckley about the process behind her immersive installation works and what the work of Derek Jarman means to her.
Date posted: 30.09.2014

Shoot for Urban Hymn kicks off in the capital

Director Michael Caton-Jones is in the capital this week as filming gets underway on his latest project, Urban Hymn. Set against the backdrop of the youth riots that spread across the UK in 2011, it is a story of struggle, aspiration and hope.
Date posted: 24.09.2014

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Making connections at Stationers’ Hall

Last night, representatives of the London Filming Partnership joined members of the Locations Crew Diary at the City of London’s historic Stationers’ Hall for an evening of networking hosted by Film London.
Date posted: 24.09.2014

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Jarman Award Shortlist Artist Profile: Rachel Reupke

In the second of our weekly series of Jarman Award Artist Profiles, we speak to London-based artist Rachel Reupke about her formative experiences of Derek Jarman's work and how she came to start working with film.
Date posted: 22.09.2014

Capital’s young audiences get a boost with £50,000 investment from Film London

Young people of London, Cinemania is coming for you! This October the ambitious audience development project is going to do everything in its power to increase the engagement of young audiences with cultural cinema, thanks to a major investment by Film Hub London
Date posted: 17.09.2014

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Jarman Award Shortlist Artist Profile: Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard discuss 20,000 Days on Earth

Part of a series profiling all the shortlisted artists in the 2014 Jarman Award shortlist, we spoke to Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard about their practice and their upcoming feature 20,000 Days on Earth.
Date posted: 17.09.2014

London Calling Awards shorts showcase celebrates the capital's filmmaking talent

Short film was put under the spotlight last night, as Film London celebrated emerging filmmaking talent at the London Calling Awards. The event championed the films produced through the last round of London Calling and London Calling Plus. The two schemes have just opened for another round of applications.
Date posted: 12.09.2014

London-shot Before I Go To Sleep hits cinemas

Oscar-winning stars Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth joined Mark Strong in London to film psychological thriller Before I Go To Sleep. In UK cinemas now, it tells the story of woman who wakes up every day remembering nothing.
Date posted: 10.09.2014

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Pride of London!

Marching to a screen near you this weekend, Matthew Warchus' Pride is a joy-filled, heart-melting tale of the LGBT activists who raised money to help families affected by the 1984 Miner's Strike. It's a journey that takes the activists to a remote mining village in Wales, and the residents of that village back to London - where they attend their first Pride march.
Date posted: 10.09.2014

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Image: Steven Claydon, The Ancient Set, 2008. Copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Jarman Tour hits the road to take the best of artists' moving image across the UK

John Akomfrah, Rachel Reupke and Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard are among the celebrated artists speaking at galleries across the UK as part of the 2014 Film London Jarman Award tour.
Date posted: 10.09.2014

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58th BFI London Film Festival

Film London, in conjunction with the Mayor of London, invests £60,000 to support the annual Mayor’s Gala and the festival’s crucial industry offer, as well as presenting a series of events including the Film London Production Finance Market.
Date posted: 03.09.2014

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London takes the stage at TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) kicks off tomorrow, bringing 10 days of the best of international cinema to Canadian shores. Many of the programme's standout films were shot here in London, including Mr. Turner, The Imitation Game and A Little Chaos.
Date posted: 03.09.2014

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Jamaica Wine House in The Riot Club

Our location of the month is Jamaica Wine House, featured in The Riot Club
Date posted: 01.09.2014

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