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  • The Fugue (dir. Xavier Bonnin): International Trailer

    The Fugue (dir. Xavier Bonnin): International Trailer

    As part of our short listed drama’s for The 2013 Van d’Or Independent Film Awards and subsequently cemented into our Official Selection for 2014′s Cannes in a Van season, ‘The Fugue‘, written and directed by Xavier Bonnin through the support of french production and research group G.R.E.C, has launched its first international trailer. A little snippet on G.R.E.C: G.R.E.C (or GREEK) Group Research and Testing Cinema was created in 1969 by Pierre Braunberger, Anatole Dauman and Jean Rouch – producer and filmmaker – [...]

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  • Launch of the National Youth Film Festival

    Launch of the National Youth Film Festival

    Schools and youth groups invited to take part in free film screenings as part of £26 million investment in film education 21 October – 8 November 2013 sees the first National Youth Film Festival – a nationwide programme of free film screenings and related activities for children aged five to 19. Building on the success of National Schools Film Week which ran until 2012, the festival will be an annual celebration of film and cinema, enabling young people right across the UK to [...]

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  • Gorilla Film Magazine – By Filmmakers for Filmmakers

    Gorilla Film Magazine – By Filmmakers for Filmmakers

    For any fresh-faced filmmakers it can be hard to discover vital tips and tricks of the trade when looking to turn heads in the always-intimidating film industry. You could very well waltz into your local Waterstones, grab the first ‘How To-‘ book on the shelf with the glowing review from people you haven’t even heard off, but it can be frustrating not knowing the right direction to go in.

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