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Saving UK Film Studios

Actress JULIE WALTERS has fired off an email to the Business Secretary urging him to step in to keep a top film studio open, insisting its planned closure will affect the country’s movie industry. 41 more words

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African Odysseys: The Black British Filmmaker's Guide to Success at BFI

As part of Tim Reid’s Legacy Media Institute programme, Nadia Denton introduces her book – a guide which outlines funding, marketing and distribution opportunities for filmmakers. 50 more words

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A future for British Film: It begins with the audience

A new approach to film education in British schools and financial incentives to encourage early collaboration between producers and distributors are among the recommendations of a report published today. 345 more words

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Cameron urges UK filmmakers to focus on box office

Cameron urges UK film makers to focus on box office British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday urged independent UK film makers to focus on box office success, ahead of a review to be published next week into the government’s policy on the movie industry. 417 more words

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IndieFlix makes it easy for Filmmakers to discover and License Music

IndieFlix announced its partnership with fellow Seattle-based company Audiosocket and its Music as a Service (MaaS™) platform to provide filmmakers with a hassle-free approach to securing proper music licenses. 175 more words

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EIS boost for the UK Film Industry

A boost to the UK film industry is edging even closer through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) but one stumbling block remains.

Some barriers, which threatened to prevent film production from benefiting when the cap on EIS is raised from £2 million to £10 million next year, have been dropped – this is according to draft legislation relating to new EIS rules from 6 April 2012. 164 more words

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Robert Redford's Sundance is coming to London

The O2, London, 15th March 2011 – Robert Redford, the non-profit Sundance Institute and AEG Europe today announced Sundance London, a four-day multi-disciplinary arts festival that will include film screenings, live music performances, discussions, panels and other public cultural programming to be held 26th – 29th April, 2012 at the world’s most popular music and entertainment venue, The O2. 341 more words
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