LONDON – Parkville Pictures' "Borrowed Time" has become the first U.K. film to use crowd-funding to secure a theatrical release. The filmmakers behind the micro-budget film turned to crowd-funding…
U.k. Film Focus
The 10th London U.K. Film Focus, a mart for British movie projects, will take place June 24-27.
The British Film Institute has launched its revamped Distribution Fund with an annual budget of £4 million ($6.35 million) to support U.K. distribs and boost audience attendance for British…
BFI Film Fund director Ben Roberts says a key area of the org's focus is developing talent and projects, with 150 funding opportunities planned each year.
The British Film Institute will invest nearly £500 million ($807 million) in U.K. film over the next five years it revealed today as it launched "Film Forever: Supporting U.K. Film 2012-2017."
By Robert Mitchell LONDON Over the past 20 years, U.K.'s Raindance Film Festival has shown a knack for recognizing talent early. The fifth edition in 1997 opened with the first public screening…
Having experienced the newfound confidence of the independent film market, the willingness to make deals that break borders and the flexible thinking needed to overcome setbacks, U.K.-based Future…
Artificial Eye has snapped up U.K. rights to D.R. Hood's "Wreckers" while Content Film has boarded the pic for international sales.
London Eye: There's never a good time to sack your staff and file for administration. But Renaissance Films topper Angus Finney would probably have preferred not to pull the plug in the week when 200…
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