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February

Report from the Berlin International Film Festival

The Film & Cinema Manager at Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) attended the 65th Berlin International Film Festival on a Film London Training, Accommodation and Travel Bursary. Read about his experience here.
Date posted: 20.02.2015

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Film Hub London funds 11 new screening projects

An immersive horror shorts weekend, a Maya Angelou Film Festival, a series of French language films for children and more are coming to a screen near you! We could not be more excited for the 11 upcoming projects funded and supported through Film Hub London's Community Screen Scheme and Boost Awards.
Date posted: 19.02.2015

Image of Desiree Akhavan in Independent Spirit Award nominee Appropriate Behaviour, which went through the Build Your Audience course

Build Your Audience with Film London

Everyone wants their film to be seen, but how do you reach your audience? We’re here to help with the third edition of Build Your Audience, our innovative course on distribution, sales and marketing.
Date posted: 11.02.2015

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Hit micro-budget filmmaking training scheme Microschool lands in Malta

Following Microschool International successes in Croatia, Georgia and Stockholm, Film London’s acclaimed training-through-production scheme has reached new shores with a jam-packed week in Malta for five filmmaking teams.
Date posted: 11.02.2015

Image of film still Snow in Paradise

Snow in Paradise puts East London in the spotlight

Expect the unexpected in Snow in Paradise, an unruly take on the traditional gangster flick and a directorial debut from Andrew Hulme. Set in a series of bustling streets and dimly lit flats in East London, the film uses the well-worn framework of the gritty crime genre to tell a new and unanticipated story.
Date posted: 11.02.2015

Image of Cinderella descending steps, directed by Kenneth Branagh

London film gets the red carpet treatment in Berlin

The Berlin International Film Festival starts tomorrow, bringing with it its characteristic mix of auteur-driven arthouse and crowd-pleasing blockbusters. In true Berlinale style, the festival will provide a sneak peek at what the rest of the world has coming up in film over the next year, from big upcoming releases to industry events.
Date posted: 04.02.2015

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London continues to be top spot for film and television production

The BFI has released its annual statistics detailing the total amount of film and television production that has taken place in the UK for the past year. Once again, London shines – with roughly £1bn spent on production in our city in 2014.
Date posted: 03.02.2015

Image of behind-the-scenes production still from Jupiter Ascending at the Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum in Jupiter Ascending

Our location of the month is The Natural History Museum, featured in Jupiter Ascending
Date posted: 01.02.2015

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