Creative connections that transform




Image of LOCO

LOCO London Comedy Film Festival

Earlier this month our BFI NETWORK London Region Exec, Jo Cadoret, was invited to speak on a panel at the 2019 LOCO London Comedy Film Festival. The panel, How to Get Started in Producing Comedy was part of Money Talks – a day-long programme open to filmmakers with a good eye for comedy.
Date posted: 23.07.2019

Image of Seen on Screen

Showcase set for international screen tourism conference

Experts from across Europe will meet to explore the intersecting worlds of film, television and tourism on 29 November 2019 at Seen on Screen, the UK’s leading international screen tourism conference
Date posted: 16.07.2019

Image of London on Screen and Filming

July: London on Screen and Filming

From Superheroes and industrial advances, to a brand new BBC drama, read all about the productions filming in London this month, as well as what will be hitting our screens here.
Date posted: 16.07.2019

Image of Green Filmmaking and Cinema

Film London hosts Green Filmmaking and Cinema event during London Climate Action Week

Last Friday Film London hosted a Green Filmmaking and Cinema event at the London Transport Museum. Supported by the inaugural London Climate Action Week, the event consisted of a series of industry specific environment and sustainability presentations and panels from Film London partners, followed by a screening of Aquarela by Viktor Kossakovsky.
Date posted: 09.07.2019

Image of LSA archive talk

London’s Screen Archives - How to Archive Film and Video

Earlier this month, our London’s Screen Archives team led an introductory course on the identification and handling of archive film and video at the London Metropolitan Archives
Date posted: 09.07.2019

Image of FLAMIN Fellowship composite

Early-Career Artists Selected for FLAMIN Fellowship Development Scheme

Six early-career artist-filmmakers have been selected for the second edition of Film London’s FLAMIN Fellowship scheme, a development programme offering mentoring, seed finance and professional development alongside access to audiences, curators and established artist advisors.
Date posted: 03.07.2019

Image of uktv
A previous EAN runner worked with UKTV on Dad’s Army. Photo Credit: UKTV

Film London’s Equal Access Network partners with UKTV

Film London’s Equal Access Network has teamed up with UKTV to launch All Voices, an initiative to give new entrants, mid-level professionals and returners the opportunity to gain access to mentoring, and paid work.
Date posted: 02.07.2019

Film London uses cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By continuing to use the site you agree to our Privacy & Cookies policy Close