Adrian is responsible for the overall management and strategy of Film London and represents us on a national and international level.
Chief Operating Officer
Daniela develops and implements Film London's corporate strategy, managing the annual planning process and leading on the delivery of plans to funders and partners. She is also the lead officer in respect of agency finance, human resources and information services.
Head of Communications & Public Affairs
Anna is responsible for the development and implementation of Film London's communication strategies.
Head of Inward Investment & Business Development
Helena manages all matters pertaining to inward investment and business development, playing a key part in securing productions for London's screen industries and promoting Film London in the international marketplace.
Head of Talent Development & Production
Jordan is responsible for Film London's production and talent development strategy including the agency's shorts and feature length productions schemes, as well its range of training initiatives.
Head of Artists' Moving Image
Maggie heads up the artists' moving image team, and is responsible for overseeing the commissioning of artists' moving image work and talent development. She also explores opportunities to support creative talent in the animation sector.
Head of Film Culture
Paul manages the implementation of Film London's activity developing, supporting and celebrating film cultural exhibition and education in the capital. He manages Film Hub London, develops strategies to maximise available resources and access project funding to increase benefits and deliver meaningful projects across the capital.
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More than 100 hours of restored, unseen footage of London from the past 100 years will be released this month by London’s Screen Archives, thanks to the time and talents of local volunteers and film archivists.
Artists from the FLAMIN Fellowship scheme will participate in an innovative 3-week art residency in the town of Nuoro, Sardinia, starting 27th February 2019. The residency is the result of a new and exciting partnership between the Sardegna Film Commission and the MAN Museum of Modern Art.