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Carolyn Crowcroft

  • Guiding Lights unveils 2014 participants

    2-Jul-2014

    Guiding Lights is run by Lighthouse and Creative Skillset and offers participants nine months of one-on-one mentor support, as well as industry training and networking events.
  • Act of Killing celebrates ICA anniversary

    2-Jul-2014

    Award-winning documentary has achieved 52 weeks of continuous play at London venue.
  • BAFTA announces school programme

    2-Jul-2014

    BAFTA members, award-winners and nominees to hold talks in UK schools.
  • Cinemagic kicks off 2014 edition

    1-Jul-2014

    Creatives behind The King’s Speech and Wallace and Gromit are in attendance for events and workshops at Cinemagic London (June 30-July 3).
  • Martin Kemp shooting Age of Kill

    1-Jul-2014

    Principal photography has started on UK action-thriller Age Of Kill, from director Neil Jones and writer Simon Cluett.
  • Couple in a Hole shoot underway

    1-Jul-2014

    Tom Geens feature centres on a couple living in a hole in a forest.
  • Galway to debate future of film

    1-Jul-2014

    The Irish Film Board and the Galway Film Fleadh have announced details for the 2014 Real Deal Film Conference, which will consider the future of the industry.
  • Screen Leaders programme welcomes 8 companies

    26-Jun-2014

    Irish Film Board supports the six month programme.
  • We Are The Freaks heads to Benelux

    25-Jun-2014

    Distributor Pink Moon has acquired the Benelux rights from 104 films to Justin Edgar’s feature We Are The Freaks.
  • Live screenings 'do not harm theatres'

    25-Jun-2014

    The National Theatre’s live cinema screening programme, NT Live, has no negative impact on England theatres, according to new research.
  • Irish Film Board appoints O'Neill

    25-Jun-2014

    Oisin O’Neill has been named senior legal and business executive at the Irish Film Board (Bord Scannan na hEireann).
  • Under Milk Wood begins shoot

    25-Jun-2014

    Principal photography on an adaptation of Under Milk Wood, starring Rhys Ifans, has begun in Wales.
  • Lucky Star tops Italian winners

    24-Jun-2014

    Carlo Verdone’s Under A Lucky Star (Sotto Una Buona Stella) picked up the top prize at the Italian Contemporary Film Festival, where AMBI Pictures’ 2047 – Sights Of Death scored a hat trick.
  • Locarno reveals first titles

    24-Jun-2014

    US features Listen Up Philip and Buzzard to play in competition at this year’s Locarno Film Festival, which promises “a strong American independent cinema contingent”.
  • Exploring possibilities with Edwyn Collins

    24-Jun-2014

    Pulse Films creatives explained how incorporating narrative into documentaries helps push the boundaries of the genre, in a panel at London’s Open City Docs Festival.
  • Katy Perry doc gets Facebook stream

    20-Jun-2014

    Concert documentary Katy Perry: Part Of Me is to be made available for streaming to the pop star’s Facebook fans from today (June 20).
  • WittiZ app set for UK rollout

    18-Jun-2014

    French entertainment company Cinesens Entertainment is releasing its app, WittiZ, in the UK following a successful launch in France.
  • Encounters reveals 20th edition plans

    18-Jun-2014

    Plans for the 20th edition of the Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, the first edition under the leadership of festival director Debbi Lander, have been announced.
  • Chinese delegation visit Elstree

    17-Jun-2014

    Chinese film star Qin Hai Lu has led a film and TV delegation from Beijing to the UK’sElstree Studios.
  • Horses gallops to Brussels victory

    17-Jun-2014

    Icelandic director Bendikt Erlingsson’s Of Horses And Men won the Golden Iris Award, the top prize at the 12th Brussels Film Festival.
  • Caesar's return

    12-Jun-2014

    Andy Serkis unveils clips from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
  • Al Pacino event set for UK cinemas

    4-Jun-2014

    Al Pacino is to present screenings of his filmed production of Salomé and documentary Wilde Salomé at an event in London that will be streamed across the UK.
  • Curzon Home Cinema site relaunched

    30-May-2014

    Curzon Cinemas’ Video-on-Demand service is being revamped as the company relaunches its Curzon Home Cinema site.

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