Film London has revealed the return of its export market dedicated to UK film. The event – titled London Screenings – is back after cancellations and reconfigurations due to the pandemic. Buyers from all over the world will see an exciting selection of new titles, as well as meet UK sales companies and negotiate international […]
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Film London has announced that Lord David Puttnam CBA will be stepping down as Chair of the Film London Executive Task Force this month. The outgoing Chair will be succeeded by Left Bank Pictures CEO Andy Harries. The Task Force is a collection of key stakeholders from industry and the public sector, including: Netflix, Channel 4, […]
BAFTA-winner Paul Webster to give keynote interview at this year’s Film London Production Finance Market
Multi award-winning producer Paul Webster will give the keynote interview at 2021’s Film London Production Finance Market (PFM). The PFM is an annual two-day financing event held during the BFI London Film Festival, and Webster is expected to provide real industry insight by drawing from his 46 years of business experience.
Film London signs MOU with Apulia and Sardinia Film Commissions during Venice International Film Festival
The MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed during the 26th venice International Film Festival seeks to recognise and enhance the creative and business links London has with Apulia and Sardinia, and extend and enrich the long term partnerships with both agencies.
Film London have announced five new members to join its Board of Directors. The new appointees will bring expertise in finance, legal, government and education, strengthening its commitment to education and diversity.
London mayor gives GBP50,000 boost to Film London’s Equal Access Network. Industry titans HBO, STUDIOCANAL and Film4 also pledge support to the scheme.
Film London will hold a five-day familiarisation trip for Nordic TV producers from the end of November. Individuals from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and Finland will be invited to tour London studio facilities and attend C21’s Content London conference.
A three-day familiarisation (fam) trip organised by screen agency Film London is to showcase the UK’s animation industry to a US delegation. The UK offers a production tax credit of up to 25% on eligible animation work.
Film London has led a EuroScreen conference looking into the economic impact of screen tourism around the world. The event looked at how films like the Harry Potter series and TV dramas such as Wallander and Game of Thrones have benefitted their specific filming locations.
Film London and the Ile de France Film Commission have renewed their partnership agreement. The two organisations have pledged to work together for a fifth year and continue the city-to-city co-operation between London and Paris.