Following on from the hugely successful training programme Microschool, six teams from the original shortlist of 12 have been taken into the next stage by a panel consisting of scheme partners and external industry advisors for further development on their feature film project.
Date posted: 25.03.2015
Last week saw a first for Film London, as we partnered with games trade body Ukie to showcase the capital’s games industry to five US executives. Find out what they had to say about games in London and their place within the screen industries.
Date posted: 18.03.2015
We’ve greenlit three ambitious moving image projects from London-based artist filmmakers as part of latest round of FLAMIN Productions, with combined production funding of £100,000.
Date posted: 18.03.2015
Last week, we hosted five animation executives from the US for a Familiarisation trip in London. The jam-packed three days included visits to studios, networking receptions, studio showcase screenings, a round table about the tax reliefs and pitching session with producers from the UK. We hear from both the executives and the producers about the trip and how the animation landscape is changing.
Date posted: 11.03.2015
Following a successful premiere at last year's Sundance, Desiree Akhavan's Appropriate Behaviour arrives on UK screens today. The film is a graduate of the first edition of Build Your Audience, Film London's innovative distribution training course for filmmakers.
Date posted: 06.03.2015
From over 620 applicants, 21 short film projects have been commissioned through Film London's internationally esteemed and BAFTA-nominated production funds London Calling and London Calling Plus.
Date posted: 05.03.2015
Young people all over London can enjoy a vast range of exciting and diverse films and talks thanks to Cinemania. A London-wide programme, Cinemania is bringing over 100 events to 11 London boroughs - all at the bargain price of £4 a ticket for under-24s.
Date posted: 04.03.2015
- The 1-2-1 sessions are underway! Concise but effective, the producers and financiers have just 20 minutes to discus… https://t.co/tlYQK6brkI
- Turning an old department store in Croydon into a fully serving studio, In Fabric’s director Peter Strickland, prod… https://t.co/bwVUobFbhR
- ‘What excites me about British Cinema is its sense of freedom. Bold risks are taken to make bold movies - you can a… https://t.co/mBlAlxDb6R