This Way Up is the UK film exhibition innovation conference that promises to inspire and enlighten, provoke and challenge. It is an annual event to connect and share.
From October 2019 to February 2020 the three films competing for the 2019 LUX Prize will visit more than 50 cities across 28 European countries, including the UK.
Running since 2007, the LUX Prize casts a spotlight on films that tackle topical social, political, economic and environmental issues and which are deemed to bolster our sense of a European identity.
31 Oct 2019
European Film Promotion (EFP) are returning to the American Film Market (6-13 November) and will be championing the latest European cinema through their Film Sales Support (FSS) initiative.
With grants totalling almost €57,000, FSS contributes to the promotion and marketing of the 22 selected films who attend the market with the view to securing distribution and boosting their awards campaigns.
Of the 22 European film awarded support, four are being sold by UK sales agents. They are:
30 Oct 2019
Nine films that received support through Creative Europe's MEDIA sub-programme have been nominated for the 22nd British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs), which were announced today.
A total of 43 feature films (of which 38 are British) are nominated across 23 eligible categories.
MEDIA-supported nominees include:
30 Oct 2019
For the past 15 years, Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (BFMAF) has attracted local and international filmmakers and moving image artists with the opportunity to showcase their work in a unique environment. Take for instance, the presence of Lav Diaz who didn’t attend the premiere of his latest film The Halt at the Cannes Film Festival but travelled to attend the screening in this small picturesque town in Northumberland because (in his own words) “it is much nicer than Cannes”.
17 Oct 2019
Creative Europe’s MEDIA sub-programme supports film, television, new media and video games, offering funding, training and networking opportunities.
The BFI have published a final report for their project 'Film: a language without borders', delivered as part of a consortium with the Danish Film Institute and Vision Kino in Germany.
15 Oct 2019
Promoting European films and its talent to Asia's unique public and growing industry is one of the pioneering initiatives of Access to Markets scheme.), whose activities - both inside and outside of Europe - are supported through Creative Europe's
02 Oct 2019
Bridging the Dragon has announced the 16 projects - eight of which are European and eight of which are Chinese - that will take part in the 5th edition of its Sino-European Project Lab.
Funded through Creative Europe's Access to Markets scheme, the Lab is an immersive workshop designed to foster collaboration between Europe and China and overcome cultural differences.
One project from the UK has been selected to attend:
01 Oct 2019