Want to find out how you can capture beautiful drone footage of London? We gathered representatives from across the film industry last week for a seminar on filming with drones, presented in partnership with The Production Guild.
Date posted: 30.09.2015
The Tower of London was abuzz last night, as members of the London Filming Partnership enjoyed a night of networking along with the launch of our new Premiere Locations scheme, a service designed to support and promote London locations.
Date posted: 29.09.2015
Representatives from the Brazilian film industry joined us at the Barbican last week for the London-Rio+ Production Forum, an event aimed at creating opportunities for London businesses to forge global partnerships with their South American peers.
Date posted: 28.09.2015
We’ve joined forces with the British Council to launch Shakespeare’s Sister, a short film initiative to develop some of the UK’s best emerging female filmmaking talent and help tackle gender disparity within the film industry.
Date posted: 24.09.2015
We’ve partnered with the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) to help two London-based producers pitch at the prestigious No Borders International Co-Production Market, where they'll meet with global buyers, sales agents and financiers.
Date posted: 22.09.2015
Film London and Creative England have launched a brand new talent development scheme, aimed at filmmakers who have previously made short films for the London Calling and iShorts short film programmes.
Date posted: 17.09.2015
From a documentary about sheep, to fashion films in an east London manor house and a celebration of British animation, Film Hub London has supported a myriad of screening projects taking place this autumn.
Date posted: 13.09.2015
And the winners are... Emerging filmmaking talent from across the capital was on show at the BFI, with 21 short films screened for the coveted London Calling and London Calling Plus Awards.
Date posted: 10.09.2015
The 2015 Film London Jarman Award tour kicks off later this month with a record number of screenings taking place across the UK, profiling work by the six artists shortlisted for this year's prestigious moving image art award.
Date posted: 08.09.2015
Film London is inviting television producers from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland to apply for a place on our first familiarisation trip aimed at the Nordic territories.
Date posted: 08.09.2015
London takes Toronto! Discover tomorrow's top London and UK films, find out what it means to be the Festival's City to City focus and join us at London House if you're in the area.
Date posted: 05.09.2015
Michael French has been appointed to head up a new joint initiative from Film London and UK Interactive Entertainment (Ukie), which will position London as a world-class games centre.
Date posted: 04.09.2015
This morning saw the official launch of the programme for this year's BFI London Film Festival. Spanning 238 films from 57 countries across 16 London cinemas, this year's titles boast a scintillating mix of highly-anticipated hits and undiscovered gems which are sure to set the capital alight during the 12 days of the festival next month.
Date posted: 01.09.2015
- RT @aojwFL_BFC : Very excited to see World Premiere @sundancefest Of @idriselba ‘s confident, powerful directorial debut #YARDIE @Studiocana …
- Join us @GenesisCinema tonight for our special presentation of #MyPureLand , a feminist Western set in rural Pakista… https://t.co/wuu0rdtu37
- This Sunday, Richard Linklater's bittersweet road trip #LastFlagFlying will be followed by Q&A with @bryancranston … https://t.co/v00CWma9TE