Apply to London Calling Plus
London Calling Plus offers five awards of up to £15,000, all of which are commissioned by Film London, and is open to black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) writers and directors with a proven track record across film, television or theatre, aiming to help ensure London’s film industry is diverse as the city itself.
Applications for London Calling Plus are now closed.
Deadline for applications: 12 noon, Tuesday 18 October 2016
The scheme is open to eligible applicants living in any of the 33 London boroughs.
Along with production funding, London Calling Plus delivers a comprehensive programme of training and expert mentoring, helping to nurture and champion the capital’s diverse talent.
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