Last week saw big developments with our ambitious Microwave International: Shakespeare India project, as the teams met for an intense week of training and development at Microschool. We spoke to some of our filmmakers and mentors to find out what Microschool meant for them, their teams and their projects.
Date posted: 28.07.2015
It's all go with Microwave International: Shakespeare India, with an innovative new funding arrangement in place, the teams selected, mentors on board and the intensive week-long Microschool now underway.
Date posted: 21.07.2015
Film London is heading down under for the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) to give a series of illustrated talks on Hollywood greats, and to select producers for this year’s Production Finance Market (PFM).
Date posted: 20.07.2015
The UK’s rich and diverse history is set to be showcased in Britain on Film, a three-year project run by the BFI which seeks to reveal hidden histories and forgotten stories of people and places from key film and television archives from across the UK.
Date posted: 14.07.2015
The South American film industry will come to London on 24 September for the London-Rio+ Production Forum presented by Film London and the Barbican, in association with the BFI and the Rio Film Commission.
Date posted: 07.07.2015
Following a successful first year, Film Hub London – the capital's 220-strong network of cinemas, film clubs and exhibitors – launches its strategy for the year ahead, investing £110K in audience-facing initiatives.
Date posted: 05.07.2015
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