The London Screenings
The London Screenings (formerly known as LUFF) returns to the capital 23-26 June 2014 at the official venue of the BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, London.
The four-day export event will provides a platform to celebrate and promote British films and talent to the international market.
The London Screenings attracts over 120 buyers from all world territories who come to see approximately 50 new British feature films in a focused environment, meet UK sales companies and negotiate international distribution deals. It also provides a sales market for over 30 British sales companies.
As the London Screenings is an industry event, participation and entry is strictly by invitation only.
Already registered? Login to get information for delegates
Breakthrough for emerging filmmakers
In addition to the screenings of new British films represented by UK sales companies, we also offer the Breakthrough strand. Breakthrough showcases completed feature film projects from emerging British filmmakers seeking sales representation and provides sales companies, buyers and film festival directors from across the globe the chance to monitor upcoming talent.
Many thanks to everybody that submitted a film. Applications for Breakthrough are now closed.
Film London presents the London Screenings in association with the BFI and supported by Mayor of London, Film Export UK and UK Trade & Investment.
General enquiries about the London Screenings should be directed to email@example.com
- Composer Stuart Earl spoke to @NFTSFilmTV about his experiences working on @LiltingFilm . Here's what he had to say... http://t.co/uWUsXDd0ud
- Female directors! Get £10,000 towards your comedy short with iShorts+ Funny Girls, thanks to @creativeengland & @BFI : http://t.co/7vD0EnoyIE
- Heads up! Applications for our Microwave feature funding scheme close Weds 30 July at 5pm: http://t.co/cnY0cy6ZTq http://t.co/HQ7uXbvsjg
We're excited to announce that Film London has teamed up with new VOD platform We Are Colony and Edge Hill University to deliver a £125,000 year-long project exploring new distribution strategies for independent film.