[email protected] Film Fest
Date: Wednesday 3rd November
Venue: 1 Birdcage Walk, London, SW1H 9JJ
This panel discussion, produced in association with
Bafta and The New Producers Alliance, and featuring a respected panel of
film professionals from home and abroad, will debate a range of
subjects focusing on British and European cinema. Over the coming weeks
we will be gathering questions, from industry representatives and cinema
goers, to put to our panellists. In doing so, we'll address the issues
that we know you will be interested in. So, while we can't give details
on the exact nature of the areas debated, we can promise that the
discussion will be both lively and extremely topical.
If you are planning on attending this event, and would like to pose a question to our panel, please email your question to: with your name and contact details.
For updated details on event panellists please refer to the Festival's website, www.lff.org.uk
NPA Networking at the 'Green Room Club'.
20th October 4th November
Venue: The Green Room, 23 Romilly St.
During the London Film Festival the newly re-furbished
Green Room Club is opening its doors to LFF delegates and to members of
the NPA. You are invited to come, relax, drink complimentary coffee,
prop up the bar, eat in the restaurant, and... network.
The Green Room Club was founded in 1877 by Bram Stoker,
Henry Irving, and Charles Dickens Jr. as a place for thespians to relax.
It is now situated at 23 Romilly Street, W1 - right in the heart of
Soho - and is open from 11 am to 1 am.
A VHS / DVD projection room is currently being fitted out.
Please note - access only by NPA membership card. For more information, and a map, go to
On Tues 12th 7pm
NPA in association with London City Airport are hosting an evening of
shorts featuring Peter Chipping's Another Green World.
UCI theFilmworks Greenwich
Bugsby's Way SE7
Nearest tube North Greenwich Jubilee Line
all programmes £5/4 concs.
GFF 2004 presents a mix of local and global films . Highlights include
a programme to celebrate Black History Month on Sunday 10th (noon) and
the premiere of Rocklands a documentary which features the New Cross
music scene. This alongside shorts from Saudi Arabia's only female
director and films from Chad, Lesotho, Bangladesh and beyond make for
our strongest and most exciting festival yet.
Film makers and students of film may be interested in our industry
workshops and chances to meet and question directors and writers.
Mon 11th 7pm sees a programme of short films which
explore the new expanded cinema where animation, digital technology and
live action converge.
On Weds 13th at the Greenwich University ARISTA are
holding a day long intensive workshop on treatments and short documents
lead by script expert Stephen Cleary to download festival details: