London Film School has found a tally new home on London City Island, the latest ‘glassandsteel’ Docklands neighbourhood to spring up on the capital’s eastern fringe. The LFS is following in the footsteps of the English National Ballet, and its associated school, that announced in May 2015 they would’ve been swapping their Kensington home in West London for a purposebuilt venue in the new neighbourhood. The LFS, that has been based in Convent Garden in central London for over 50 years, is looking for a tally new location for some amount of time. In 2015, it was forced to withdraw from a deal with the City of London to relocate to the Barbican Centre in 2017 after a $ 14m- $ 17m project to convert a former exhibition space fell through as long as a shortfall in private investment.
The LFS said in a statement that the new purposebuilt space -featuring two cinemas, studios and office space -would open in late 2017. The building is designed by Nicholas Hare Architects, who previously worked on the Courtauld Institute and The David Attenborough Building at The University of Cambridge. Funds will come from a range of sources, including Lottery funds, trusts, foundations and individual donors. LFS director and CEO Jane Roscoe said the school was excited to be joining the English National Ballet on London City Island. Screen International provides a range of effective advertising opportunities both in print and online.
Our commercial team will work with you to build the most effective package for your marketing requirement. Heads up -the book that I am writing with The Film Collaborative and Sheri Candler. I’ll also be doing one on one consultations with films on the 23rd through Creative Scotland. Then again, next week I could be in the UK. Doing an one day TOTBO workshop at the Edinburgh Film Festival on June 22nd therefore I’ll be doing a Keynote for Short Sighted presented by BAFTA and Shooting People on the 23rd. This is the case. Now look, a subscription now offers much greater value with full access to ScreenDaily.com, ScreenBase and Screen International magazine. Nonetheless, rely on us for expert news analysis, insight and data. Screen International is the essential resource for the international film industry. Screen International is the leading film industry resource covering the international film markets. Across print and online mediums, Screen International delivers analysis, opinion and commentary on the problems, people and products shaping the worldwide film industry. We provide a ‘whole industry’ perspective from a lot of most knowledgeable writers and data analysts in the business. At my London workshop, James gave a great presentation about booking theatrical in the UK and revealed two significant resources.
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Then the first is Launching Films which for 30 they will list your film in a schedule used by most film reviewers and bookers in the UK gether with all the major releases. Anyway, at my LFS workshop he spoke about the Ambassador program they are setting up -coordinating with community groups and community screenings venues to create a network of alternative screening locations to host live event/theatrical screenings. Actually I met with Terry Stevens who runs home video at Dogwoof. Besides, it seems that eventually the goal is to open up this ability to all films, initially this gonna be for Dogwoof films. I am could be spending the holidays with my family and won’t be on social media as much during it. Furthermore, I hope everyone has a happy holiday season and a safe and healthy New Year! Accordingly the second resource is The Independent Cinema Office which lists contact information for dozens of the independent theaters throughout the UK -giving you direct access to the people who program theaters. IFP has extended the deadline for submissions for its Made in NY.