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Film London News Bulletin - 20 December 2004

Date posted: 20.12.2004

Film London has launched Locations Online:  a locations system on the web available for location managers and producers to use. For more information click here.

Vote for your favourite festive moment in a London shot movie here!

Finding Neverland* and Closer* have topped the Golden Globe® film nominations this year. Other films nominated include Being Julia*, De Lovely*, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers* and The Lost Prince*. TV Drama The Grid* is also up for an award. Winners will be announced on 16 January 2005.

Beck's Bier and the ICA have announced the short list for Becks Futures 2005, the UK's most generous art award worth £65,000. Among the nominees is filmmaker Daria Martin who's Film London LAFVA film Loneliness and the Modern Pentathlon* is currently in post production. An exhibition of the selected artists' work will show at the ICA in London from 18 March – 15 May 2005.

Gone to the Dogs' website has been nominated for a BAFTA. The Wandsworth borough film is currently in development. Find out which dog you are here.

Film London has welcomed the release of a major new anti-piracy report by the UK Film Council, Film theft in the UK, which calls on the government and the industry to work together to stamp out this growing illegal trade. London is the third biggest film production centre in the world with £1 billion spent on film-making in the capital last year alone but this new report highlights the threat film piracy poses to the sustainability of film in a city where the film and media industry employs 100,000 people. For more information click here.

The full length trailer for the much anticipated Batman Begins* is now online. View it here.

And finally…

A raven perched on the rim of a teacup, a bowler hat rolling along on a patch of grass, a window framing a view of raining umberellas and an ice cool blonde slowly and nervously walking down the corridor of a sumptuous interior…These Hitchcockian motifs are repeated in Johan Grimonprez's homage to the master of suspense at the Photographers Gallery.

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