Adrian Wootton, Chief Executive of Film London and the British Film Commission, was formally awarded an OBE for his services to film this week. The investiture ceremony, held at Buckingham Palace, saw Prince William present the award, which celebrates and rewards a career devoted to the service of film.
Date posted: 13.10.2017
We caught up with artist filmmaker Charlotte Ginsborg ahead of the BFI London Film Festival premiere of her new film 22:22, a documentary portrait of static apnea world record holder Tom Sietas.
Date posted: 12.10.2017
In this week's Jarman Award interview we catch up with shortlisted artist Oreet Ashery to discuss her interdisciplinary practice spanning performances by her male Jewish Orthodox alter-ego and a web-series questioning issues of death in the digital age.
Date posted: 09.10.2017
The last few months have seen an abundance of Film London alumni screenings and award successes at festivals and events around the world. Find out what our filmmakers have been up to lately.
Date posted: 06.10.2017
In this week's Jarman Award interview, we catch up with shortlisted artist Melanie Manchot to discuss her practice spanning photography and moving image that explores ideas around portraiture as well as how a mountain is ‘produced’ for our pleasure.
Date posted: 05.10.2017
We are pleased to announce that London’s Screen Archives are hosting a Screen Heritage Conference in November 2017, exploring the outcomes of our three-year London: A Bigger Picture project.
Date posted: 04.10.2017
The 11th Production Finance Market begins on 10 October as part of the BFI London Film Festival. We're pleased to announce that Elizabeth Karlsen of Number 9 Films will be making a keynote address to our international delegation of producers and financiers.
Date posted: 03.10.2017