London Screenings (formerly known as LUFF) is the only export market dedicated to UK film.
Now in its 13th year, the annual four-day export event provides a platform to celebrate and promote British films to the international market.
London Screenings regularly attracts over 120 buyers from all world territories, who come to see an exciting selection of new British titles.
The next event will take place in June 2016.
Breakthrough for emerging filmmakers
Producers with a feature film seeking sales representation and film festival exposure can have it seen by buyers, international sales companies and film festival directors with Breakthrough at London Screenings.
Applications for Breakthrough open a few months in advance of the event. Filmmakers across the UK are encouraged to apply for this opportunity to raise their film's profile amongst an international set.
Of 2014's eight Breakthrough titles, five have gone on to attract sales representation. These include Narcopolis (Altitude), Secret Sharer (Moviehouse) and The Hoarder (Genesis).
General enquiries about London Screenings should be directed to email@example.com
Film London presents London Screenings in association with the BFI and supported by Mayor of London, Film Export UK and UK Trade & Investment.
“London Screenings has proven to be an essential industry event, contributing to strong British film sales and the development of British cinema.”
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London
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