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HOW TO SHOOT A £1 MILLION CAR COMMERCIAL ON A ZERO BUDGET

Crewed entirely by award-winning women and with everyone volunteering their time,  this is not your usual car commercial! The Feminist Car Commercial, three interconnecting short films made to look like genuine car commercials, aims to highlight female film-making talent in the UK and to show advertisers how their marketing communications could be devised for women. The film will … Continue reading

ENCOUNTERS & SOHO SHORTS LAUNCH NEW MUSIC VIDEO AWARD

  We are thrilled and excited to tell you that Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival has launched a new competitive festival strand for music videos presented in partnership with Soho Shorts. Encounters has always had a flexible approach to programming that responds to industry developments and the needs of different sectors. 2010 saw the introduction of … Continue reading

BFI PUTS 2.5 MILLION DEVELOPMENT CASH UP FOR GRABS

The BFI has put up £2.5m to support 15 film and production companies via a new scheme, entitled the Production Company Vision awards 2013 – 15. The awards will provide up to £200k per company for the next two years, allowing film businesses to develop new projects by maintaining momentum on development activity across a … Continue reading

FILMMAKER BETWEEN 16 & 25? ENTER THE BFI FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL!

The BFI and Ideas Tap are inviting short film submissions from filmmakers aged 16-25 to be considered for inclusion in the 6th Future Film Festival in February 2013. Selected films may also be given additional screenings at the BFI Southbank during the festival – and filmmakers could even be nominated for a Future Film Award. … Continue reading

HOME MOVIE DAY 2012

SATURDAY 20 OCTOBER 2012 Yet another excellent event is being hosted at the Cinema Museum in Kennington: for the tenth international Home Movie Day. Film archivists will take time out of the film vaults to help the public enjoy and save their home movies. Home Movie Day shows how home movies on 8mm, Super8, 9.5mm and 16mm … Continue reading

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