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Wrap up warm: Fortitude brings a winter chill to the capital

Prepare to brave sub-zero temperatures in Fortitude, a new 12-part drama premiering on Sky Atlantic tomorrow. While the action takes part in a sleepy Arctic town, audiences might be surprised to learn that the show’s interior scenes were filmed right here in the capital.
Date posted: 28.01.2015

How to get nominated for a BAFTA

The team behind BAFTA nominated short film Three Brothers talk filmmaking, the importance of encouraging diverse voices, and getting texts that say "Call me!!!!!!!!" first thing in the morning.
Date posted: 27.01.2015

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Inspiring the audiences of tomorrow at Cultivate

Last week saw the third edition of Cultivate, Film London's national training programme for film exhibitors looking to reach more young people through their work. We take a look at what they learned and find out some top tips from our speakers.
Date posted: 21.01.2015

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Romeo vs Juliet

Dance sequences and epic love songs take over London in the upcoming Bengali rom-com Romeo vs Juliet. Nary a London landmark goes unnoticed in the action-packed romance, out in Indian cinemas on 23 January.
Date posted: 13.01.2015

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Film London talent nominated for BAFTA Awards

We were thrilled to see Film London-backed projects recognised in two categories at the BAFTA nominations, with Lilting in Outstanding Debut and Three Brothers in British Short Film. Kajaki: The True Story, a graduate of our Build Your Audience training course, is also up for Outstanding Debut.
Date posted: 09.01.2015

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See the latest crop of London Calling shorts from the capital’s new and emerging talent

Brighten up your January with some of the latest London Calling and London Calling Plus shorts, screening across the city in the London Short Film Festival and LOCO London Comedy Film Festival.
Date posted: 06.01.2015

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Craxton Studios in The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything charts Stephen Hawking’s life from his early days at Cambridge to becoming a world-renowned physicist. Eddie Redmayne makes a highly-acclaimed turn as Stephen Hawking while Felicity Jones plays Jane. The site of their first meeting is London’s Craxton Studios, which doubles for a Cambridge interior.
Date posted: 01.01.2015

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