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BBC New Music Shorts

BBC New Music ShortsA new filmmaking initiative from the BBC21 July 2006. A new filmmaking initiative called BBC New Music Shorts was launched today. BBC Electric Proms, BBC Film Network and BBC New Talent are offering a challenge to new filmmakers to develop original and creative ideas around music...

Weak culture body needs more muscle

Weak culture body needs more muscleA lack of funding and resources are seriously undermining the London Cultural Consortium’s (LCC) potential to influence and promote arts, heritage and sports in the capital, a London Assembly report says today1.So far, the LCC has proved to be merely a ‘talking...

19th Seagate Foyle Film Festival Announces

Call For Entries to the Stella Artois Film Awards 2006The 19th Seagate Foyle Film Festival (SFFF) will run from the 10th - 19th November 2006, once again playing host to the competition for the increasingly sought after Stella Artois Film Awards, where hundreds of films compete for outstanding recog...

NEW LINE CINEMA GREENLIGHTS THE GOLDEN COMPASS FOR A SEPTEMBER 4 START DATE

12-year-old British schoolgirl to play Lyra in adaptation of the first of Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy.Film set for November 16, 2007 release dateNew Line Cinema has officially greenlit production on The Golden Compass, the highly anticipated adaptation of the first of author Phili...

Re: New collaborative framework launches next generation of British independent films

Sounds interesting. What sort of films are you planning? Horror? fantasy?James...

New collaborative framework launches next generation of British independent films

slingshot challenges status quo with innovative new film-making ventureA new all-digital independent film production and distribution company has been formed to offer British film-makers the environment to make innovative and critically acclaimed pictures that would otherwise not make it to the big ...

Re: London Assembly investigates film making in London

Hmm! Interesting stuff!I feel as if the British Film Industry is struggling to get back on its feet..Thanks to the Government..They never helped the filmmakers themselves by offering support..!...

London Assembly investigates film making in London

12 June 2006The importance of the film industry to the capital's economy and the challenges faced by film makers will be investigated by the London Assembly on Tuesday 13 June.There is a major film production industry in and around London, which dominate the British film industry. London as a...

"To Kill a Mockingbird" is best film adaptation

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is voted best film adaptation of all time2nd June 2006 – The Book Marketing Society, in association with The Guardian, today announced the results of a national poll to find the best ever film adaptation. The winner, To Kill a Mockingbird by...

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