20 January 14
See what film industry events are coming up in the BAFTA calendar.
Screening across the UK until Thursday 8 May
A feature-length package of films nominated in the British Short Film and British Short Animation categories at this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards. Following a successful theatrical release of nominated shorts in 2013, the UK-wide rollout of BAFTA Shorts 2014 continues for a second year.
Tuesday 18 March at 7.00pm
WPaul Greengrass is one of the most highly regarded British directors, with a distinct style and a distinguished career that spans nearly thirty years to date. Originally known for his television films concerned with social and political issues, over the last decade Greengrass has directed a series of commercially and critically acclaimed feature films including United 93, Green Zone, The Bourne Ultimatum and Captain Phillips.
Tuesday 27 March at 6.30pm
In partnership with Film Export UK and BAFTA, Film London will bring together a panel of top industry professionals to guide the audience on an entertaining journey following the life of a hypothetical film project from inception to exhibition to demonstrate how the Film Value Chain really works. Market Place Live challenges its panel (Paul Brett, Partner, Prescience Film Finance; Claire Binns, Programming & Acquisitions Director, Picturehouse Cinemas; and Dave Shear, Shear Entertainment) with fictional scenarios in life of a fictional feature project.
Wednesday 26 March at 6.45pm
We explore the current environment for developing, producing and distributing children’s films in the UK, and look at the extent to which children’s film fits into the future strategy of the BFI’s Film Forever plan. The discussion will be chaired by Briony Hanson, Director of Film at the British Council. Confirmed panellists include Linda James, Sly Fox Films and Board Member, CMF; Justin Johnson, British Film Institute; Rupert Preston, Vertigo Films; and Jocelyn Stevenson of Mind Candy, co-writer and producer of Moshi Monsters: The Movie.
Monday 31 March at 7.00pm
Michael Price is one of the UK’s most sought after composers. His work on the critically acclaimed BBC series Sherlock has earned him double Emmy and BAFTA nominations as well as a Royal Television Society Award. Prior to achieving acclaim as a composer himself, Michael enjoyed significant achievements as a music editor, working on some of the most celebrated films of the past decade, including The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Richard Curtis’ Love Actually and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, and Children of Men.
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