Returning companies in the scheme include Diverse Productions, Number 9 Films and Tigerlily Films.
The scheme offers six-month paid work placements to those new to the film an TV industry, trying to attract more black and minority ethnic participants.
Adrian Wootton, chief executive of Film London said: ' London 's film and media industry boasts a highly skilled workforce and it is one of our greatest assets in attracting film productions to the capital. Building on the success of the first year, we are delighted both to provide business development opportunities and support the next generation of industry professionals through this dynamic scheme.'
Scheme details are available at www.filmlondon.org.uk/cps.