The London UK Film Focus hasset its 2007 dates for June 25-28 and will move to its new home at therenovated BFI Southbank.

The fourth LUFF will invite150 buyers to screen about 40 British films.

The event has yet toannounce further plans for its new Production Finance Market, a CineMart-styleevent for new UK productions.

LUFF plans to continue twostrands introduced this year, Breakthrough, screenings of films seeking salescompanies, and Footage Screenings, which shows sneak previews of uncompletedfilms.

All the event's majorbackers - Film London, the UK Film Council, Film Export UK and the LondonDevelopment Agency - have renewed their support for 2007.

'The event has gonefrom strength to strength and has become a fixture for the internationalindustry, offering both a real opportunity to raise the global profile of thecapital as a filming hub and promote established and emerging home-growntalent,' said Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London.