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Film Partners Ltd

Film Partners Ltd. was established in 1994 as a service production company, line-producing commercials, videos, shorts and documentaries for international clients. After 35 feature films, Chris Rose founded Film Partners to provide a base for other itinerant genius, and in 2001 he was joined by producers Richard Turner and Carrie Hart; together the three have […]  More

Posted: June 9, 2011
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Sae Institute – London

SAE London opened its doors in 1985 and has steadily grown to become one of the largest SAE Colleges in Europe. SAE London is located in East London just a short bus ride away from Old Street tube station on the Northern Line. SAE London offers courses in audio engineering, film making, electronic music production […]  More

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Canterbury Christ Church University College Department Of Media – Film, Radio And Television Studies

This is not primarily a technical or vocational course; equal amounts of time are given to theory and practice. Nevertheless many graduates enter the media industries, frequently as trainees who will complete their technical training ‘in-house’. In terms of entry requirements no specific subjects are required and students from a wide range of backgrounds are […]  More

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National Film And Television School Nfts

The NFTS offers a variety of programmes, all of which assume a little previous experience. The amount and kind of experience required varies according to the course and could be obtained through a degree or other course, independent filmmaking or voluntary or professional work, not necessarily in moving image media. Some NFTS graduates will go […]  More

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Film London

Film London is a new strategic agency for the film and media sector in London. Film London will invest in film production, exhibition, education and in the economic and industry development initiatives across the capital. The agency will lead the drive to enhance London’s status as a world-class film location. Film London is designed to […]  More

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BFI Southbank

BFI Southbank (previously the National Film Theatre) screens screen over 1,000 films a year, from rare silent comedies to cult movies and archive television screenings.  More

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BFI National Library

History From humble beginnings as a small collection of books on an office shelf to the world’s largest collection of moving image materials, the BFI National Library has a rich and fascinating history. Collection policies The BFI National Library collects books, pamphlets, periodicals and other printed materials, as well as published resources in microform and […]  More

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British Film Institute

The BFI (British Film Institute) promotes understanding and appreciation of film and television heritage and culture. Established in 1933, the bfi runs a range of activities and services. 1. Film and television heritage The BFI cares for the world’s richest and most significant collection of film and television. The BFI National Archive preserves almost one […]  More

Posted: June 8, 2011
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Bectu

BECTU is the independent union for those working in broadcasting, film, theatre, entertainment, leisure, interactive media and allied areas who are primarily based in the United Kingdom. The union represents permanently employed, contract and freelance workers within these sectors. BECTU (Broadcasting Entertainment Cinematograph and Theatre Union) offers a wide range of services to its more […]  More

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Department For Culture Media And Sport (DCMS)

The DCMS is responsible for setting UK film culture and industry policy. It works to help create a strong film industry that brings cultural and economic benefits to the UK. It actively promotes British film through funding and support of key initiatives. Working in partnership with industry bodies, the DCMS strives to create a sustainable, […]  More

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Wildscreen Festival

The Wildscreen Festival aim is to celebrate, applaud and encourage excellence, and responsibility, in wildlife and environmental filmmaking – films which increase the global viewing public’s understanding of the natural world, and the need to conserve it. Founded by Sir Peter Scott in 1982, and held biennially in Bristol ever since, the festival attracts many […]  More

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Edinburgh International Film Festival

The festival is open to Short, Animation, Documentary Films, Feature Films in 16 mm and 35 mm Films may not be older than two years. Film cannot have been shown in Great Britain. English subtitles are necessary Prizes/Awards Guardian New Director’s Award, Standard Life Audience Award, Standard Life Audience Award (Best New British Feature), The […]  More

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Kino

Kino aims to create awareness of and develop audiences for the short film format through its innovative programming and education work throughout the local community. Within this we strive to work with and to develop programmes of work from culturally diverse ethnic minorities. In addition, Kino will explore and follow developments in new technologies to […]  More

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Olsberg Films Consultancy

Olsberg|SPI delivers recommendation, reviews, analyses, and feasibility studies in the fields of film, broadcast and interactive media sectors. The company counts an impressive list of clients among which: BBC Worldwide, Channel Four Television, Czech Ministry of Culture, EM Media, European Commission, ICAM, Portugal  More

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Film Education

In supporting teachers, Film Education gives pupils the opportunity to analyze and evaluate not only film but also a wide range of Media. In addition to providing free educational materials, Film Education organizes training courses, conferences, workshops, seminars and events including National Schools Film Week. Studies resources include film specific CD-ROMs and educational online resources, […]  More

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Apparatstudio

Record Production – Records, produces, arranges and composes music for various recording projects. Film/TV/Theatre – Experienced in film, documenatry, tv-shows, theatre and musicals. Commercials/Multimedia/Sound Design – Apparat creates jingles, music and sound for radio, cd-rom or the web. Music Library – Apparat has buit a large library of compositions, songs, ambient music and instrumental pieces […]  More

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Felicia Film

Coproduced by: Northern LIghts Comunications, Film i Väst, TV4 Sweden, TV1000, Svenska Filminstitut (SE); TV2 Norge AS; Danish Film Institut (DK); Nordisk Film & TV-Fond; Eurimages Produced “TSATSIKI, MUM AND THE POLICEMAN” by Eddie Thomas Petersen. The film represented Sweden at the ASEM film festival in Hanoi in September 2004  More

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Auto Images Ab

In the fall of 2003 Auto Images’ first independently produced feature film premiers. It is Björn Runges “If I turn around”, with Ingvar Hirdwall, Marie Richardson and Pernilla August, just to mention a few.  More

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Hogskolan For Fotografi Och Film (The School Of Photography And Film)

The School of Photography and Film is a state-financed department of Art within the Fine Arts faculty of Göteborg University. Degree Course in Film Directing This is a three and a half-year course leading to a Degree of Bachelor in Film Directing. The main emphasis on the course is on the art of film and […]  More

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The Swedish Film Institute

The Swedish Film Institute aims include the promotion, support and development of film in its cultural and broader contexts, the allocation of grants for the production, distribution and public showing of Swedish films at home, and the promotion for Swedish cinema at international level. The Institute is also extensively involved in the preservation and promotion […]  More

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Sveriges Dramatikerforbund (Sdf)

SDF looks after the economic and artistic interests of Swedish playwrights. It concludes general agreements, assists members at writing agreements and disputes about the interpretation of agreements and about tax and copyright matters.  More

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Kulturdepartementet (The Ministry Of Culture)

The Ministry of Culture is responsible for such matters as the arts, cultural heritage, the media and religious communities. The ministry is also responsible for 25 government agencies, some 40 institutions and foundations, etc, and four enterprises wholly or partly owned by the state. Arts Division The division is responsible for issues concerning theatre, dance […]  More

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Uppsala International Short Film Festival

Taking place in the university town of Uppsala at four cinemas located in the city’s classic cinema district, the Uppsala International Short Film Festival is a meeting place for audience, industry and media. More than 250 films are screened each year at the different sections of the festival, which includes International Competition, National Competition, Nordic […]  More

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S/S Fladen Film

Fladen Film is a Swedish Production company that was founded in 1998 by CEO/Producer Patrik Ryborn and the Directors Måns Herngren and Hannes Holm. Fladen Film is today owned by Patrick Ryborn, Hannes Holm, Producer Joakim Hansson and Nordisk Film.  More

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Nisi Masa Sverige

NISI MASA Sweden’s aim is to be a resource and an inspiration for young Swedish filmmakers and to provide a gateway to international collaboration through NISI MASA. Since 2008 NISI MASA Sweden has three local groups, one in Malmö, one in Göteborg and one in Stockholm. First Contact with NISI MASA: NISI MASA Sweden was […]  More

Posted: June 7, 2011
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The Arts Grants Committee

The Arts Grants Committee awards government grants to individual artists within the areas of visual art and design, music, theatre, dance and film. The Arts Grants Committee supports professional artists’ work, development and international contacts and keeps itself informed about artists’ financial and social circumstances. These activities are financed by the Swedish government. The financial […]  More

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Lund International Fantastic Film Festival

Each year during 10 days in September, Lund, the idyllic city of southern Sweden, becomes a meeting place for film-audiences, film-business and filmmakers from all over the world. Here everyone is offered a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the best and the latest within fantastic cinema. In addition the festival offers lectures, exhibitions and […]  More

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Swedish National Board Of Film Classification

The Swedish National Board of Film Classification previews, decides on age limits, and eventually deals with the prohibitions of films and video that are for public release. The organization websites provides with an English version of the Swedish Examination and Control of Films and Videograms Act.  More

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Swedish Filmproducers Association

The organisation for Swedish Filmproducers. SFP is a non-profit association, with commitment to provide support to members, mainly regarding economical issues in the process of producing and exploiting Swedish films. The Swedish Film Producers´ Association has 35 members who regularly produce Swedish feature films. More than 90% of cinema tickets sold for Swedish films are […]  More

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Dramatiska Institutet

The school was founded in 1970. DI is an institute of higher education that embraces many forms of artistic expression such as: theatre, film; television, radio and the new media. DI is a national university college that offers University Diploma in Performing Arts and Media. The professional training aims at enabling the students to start […]  More

Posted: June 7, 2011
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