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Roz Mortimer and Paul Simon Richards receive FLAMIN productions development awards

We are very pleased to announce the recipients of the latest FLAMIN Productions development awards – London-based artist filmmakers Roz Mortimer and Paul Simon Richards will receive funding and support as they develop their new projects, respectively entitled The Deathless Woman and Quasi-Monte Carlo.
Date posted: 24.02.2017

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Stan Lee’s Lucky Man explores a hidden London

February 24 sees the return of Stan Lee’s Lucky Man – the comic book legend’s first London-set creation, and one in which the city takes centre stage.
Date posted: 24.02.2017

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London Games Festival unveils exciting line-up

The countdown to this year’s London Games Festival (30 March – 9 April) starts here, and today we can unveil four key events that will be forming part of the 11-day celebration of games and interactive entertainment.
Date posted: 17.02.2017

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Mary Poppins, Disobedience and Hard Sun: what’s shooting in London

Shooting in London this chilly February are a variety of toasty new feature films and TV series, along with continuing productions.
Date posted: 13.02.2017

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Dates announced for London Screenings 2017

We are pleased to announce the dates for this year’s London Screenings – the UK’s only export market dedicated to British film, and the 14th edition of the event.
Date posted: 10.02.2017

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Film London-backed films take on Berlinale

The Berlin Film Festival is upon us and we are delighted to see four Film London-backed films in the line up this year, showcasing an exciting range of emerging talent.
Date posted: 09.02.2017

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Kino Klassika present a century of revolt and rebellion on screen

Kino Klassika, working in partnership with Regent Street Cinema and the Barbican, are bringing audiences a new season of world films to mark the centenary of the October Revolution. A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen is backed by Film Hub London as part of our Exhibitor Activation Programme.
Date posted: 07.02.2017