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Portobello Road comes alive again on August 28th with the 18th Portobello Film Festival, the FREE festival that guarantees glamour, grit and gratuitous fun. This 18th birthday edition has rock’n’roll as its theme, and more than 600 independent films to show. We can’t put it better than ‘The Independent’, “Forget Cannes: Portobello is the place […]
The British Film Institute (BFI) is inviting applications to its Programming Development Fund, which seeks to enhance audience choice by enabling exhibitors to back more adventurous programming. The Programming Development Fund supports high-profile programming initiatives of cultural significance with a wide reach. It’s looking for programmes that encourage curatorial ambition, achieve economies of scale and […]
If you’re aged 16 to 24, and interested in film making, there’s a new opportunity from QPR for volunteers that might be just right for you. The QPR in the Community Trust and the Octavia Foundation are going to make a film called ‘Story of QPR’ which will tell the story of Queens Park Rangers […]
Film4 FrightFest returns for its 14th year to the Empire in London’s Leicester Square from Thursday 22nd to Monday 26th August 2013. This year’s FrightFest is showing films at the main Empire 1 auditorium and two Discovery Screens. The new FrightFest Extra strand in Screen 2 is where you can catch up with any sold-out […]
The East End Film Festival is running a three-day training programme for new and aspiring film makers. The course is aimed at those who are moving from shorts to features, television to film or debut to slate. Too many first-time filmmakers never make a second film. Prepare to move on from your first film triumph to a […]
Watch this website for news, events on seminars, showcases, q&as, and special screenings with top names from the film industry. WLFN.ORG will also be hosting films & contacts from film makers, and is developing a database of the new wave of London Film. WLFN will also provide funding information and public screening opportunities for film makers.
With over 500 fully signed up members already, this network will provide much needed assistance, publicity, professional development, and networking for new film makers based in West London and beyond. West London Film Network was launched in May 2013 at The Tabernacle, Powis Square, London W10. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/187397221348331
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West London Film Network
54 Blechynden Street
London W10 6RJ