We have unveiled plans to help ensure the capital's screen industries reflect the city itself, and are calling on film, TV and post-production companies to help 150 Londoners from our growing talent pool - many of whom hail from under-represented communities - into paid opportunities throughout 2018. Find out more and how you can help.
Date posted: 31.01.2018
We're delighted to confirm that Film Hub London will continue to be the capital's lead organisation in the BFI Film Audience Network. Find out about what this means for cinema exhibitors and audiences.
Date posted: 26.01.2018
With an unprecedented list of London's most iconic settings including 10 Downing St, House of Commons and Somerset House, Darkest Hour shows off the capital's versatility as a shooting location. Get our behind the scenes insight.
Date posted: 11.01.2018
London Short Film Festival celebrates its 15th anniversary this year with an acclaimed international programme featuring a number of Film London alumni. Read our roundup of the festival.
Date posted: 09.01.2018
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