Creative connections that transform




Image of Ritesh Batra, Vikas Bahl, Vishal Bhardwaj and Cinestaan's Rohit Khattar for Microwave International: Shakespeare India

Cinestaan Film Company adds support to Microwave International

India’s Cinestaan Film Company has added its support to Film London Microwave International: Shakespeare India, and high-profile Indian mentors Vishal Bharwaj, Ritesh Batra and Vikas Behl have been announced for project.
Date posted: 30.04.2015

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Build Your Audience projects announced

Hot on the heels of the successes of last year’s participants, 11 new teams are about to start their Build Your Audience journey, crafting the perfect release and marketing strategy for their feature films.
Date posted: 29.04.2015

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First Microwave International feature greenlit for production

Five filmmaking teams took part in the training and development stage of Microwave International: Malta. One project has now been greenlit through the scheme and awarded a €200,000 production budget.
Date posted: 28.04.2015

The Avengers in London

What’s red and gold and London all over? Ultron! Hear about how the latest in the popular Avengers franchise transformed our city and created what one Location Manager called, “the best filming experience of my career”.
Date posted: 22.04.2015

Image of Alan Rickman as Louis XIV in A Little Chaos

London plays France in A Little Chaos

Alan Rickman’s upcoming period drama focuses its lens on the Palace of Versailles, where a talented landscape designer played by Kate Winslet is working on the royal gardens for King Louis XIV. London masks beautifully as France in the Grand Siècle for the film.
Date posted: 15.04.2015

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The Raft of the Medusa: a unique experimental broadcast commission

Film London Artists’ Moving Image (FLAMIN) has collaborated with BBC Radio Drama and Cast Iron Radio on an innovative new audio-visual commission featuring a unique collaboration between writer Simon Armitage and filmmaker Richard Heslop, inspired by the work of Derek Jarman. Available from this weekend!
Date posted: 14.04.2015

Image of Rachel Maclean The Lion and the Unicorn (2012)

Moving Pictures: Artists' Films from the Film London Jarman Award

A comprehensive and innovative programme of artists' moving image, taken from seven years of the Film London Jarman Award shortlist, will tour venues around the world over the next three years as part of a new partnership with the British Council.
Date posted: 08.04.2015

Image of Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds in Woman in Gold

London shines in Woman in Gold

This Friday will see the true life story of Maria Altmann brought to the silver screen as Woman in Gold hits UK cinemas. Starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, the film shot in London, Vienna and Los Angeles, with many London locations doubling for international counterparts.
Date posted: 08.04.2015

Image of film still Annette Bening American Beauty

Born in the USA: American classics come to Barking and Dagenham

At the end of the month Chadwell Heath Cinema Club launches with a season of American cult classics, from the slapstick Marx Brothers hit Duck Soup (1933) to the landmark coming-of-age story Stand By Me (1986) and the moody and astonishing American Beauty (1999) at Chadwell Heath Community Centre.
Date posted: 08.04.2015

Image of Sherlock - Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock and Martin Freeman as Watson in front of Thames

Screen tourism part of Mayor of London’s new vision for visits to the capital

The Mayor of London has announced a new vision to build on London’s success as a top destination for cultural tourism. This follows the publishing of a new report on the economic impact of cultural tourism in London, which highlights screen tourism as an important drive for international visitors.
Date posted: 01.04.2015

Image of Big Iron Man in Avengers: Age of Ultron

Metropolitan Police Peel Training Centre in Avengers: Age of Ultron

Our location of the month is the Metropolitan Police Peel Training Centre, appearing in Avengers: Age of Ultron
Date posted: 01.04.2015

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