| |Avid Suite and Production Offices to Rent
Tailor-made Films are a production company with production offices and Avid suite to let in a beautiful listed building just off City Road, London. In this unit there is one large production space, two production offices and a brand new purpose built Avid Composer V10 offline suite with BetaSP facility and luxury seating for viewings. Each office and the edit suite is serviced by a digital ISDN phone system with voicemail and direct dialling numbers, 1MB fast internet connection, a high spec laser copier, Redcare keycode alarms, and a stylishly equiped kitchen area. Parking is also availabe. These facilities can be let seperately or as a package. For viewings and a rate ard contact: Michael Mulligan
4 Shirland Mews
Telephone: 020 8960 9487
Fax: 020 8960 9483
Comprehensive Sound Services
My company is Sphere Media Ltd. We trade as SphereAudio and provide location recordists with timecode DAT feature film kits with their own location vehicle, to features, shorts and TV projects. We also offer post production sound. Services include initial track laying spot effects ADR, and we lay off to 8 track for final mixing in studio. This system can be applyed at the clients premises and saves thousands in unneccasary studio time.
| |Indian Films for Sale
Indian films for sale New&Old for only £3.50 plus VAT, Internet site still under construction, cheques are only accepted, email firstname.lastname@example.org for application, or phone 07944920148, Films delivered by post within 2 Weeks
| |'Classic Shorts 2001 - Call for Entries'
Turner Classic Movies, in collaboration with the 45 th Regus London Film Festival, is looking for the classic directors of the future. The competition is open to all up and coming UK film makers for short film completed in 2001 UKP10,000 Prize Money Winner is UK's entry to Prix UIP Screening at Regus London Film Festival Screening on TCM Channel Judges include leading industry figures like Ridley Scott, Ewan McGregor, John Madden, Anthony Minghella. Closing Date: 17 September 2001
For full details, rules and entry form log on to our website http://www.tcmonline.co.uk
| |Brief Encounters Short Film Festival - Call for Entries
The Brief Encounters Short Film Festival invites entries for its seventh annual short film festival held from 14-18 November 2001 in Bristol, UK. The UK's premiere short film festival will showcase some of the best in British and international short filmmaking. In a film filled five days of screenings and events Brief Encounters is also the place to discover new talented filmmakers of the future. This year there are even more prizes including the inaugural Jameson Short Film Award and a gala closing night awards ceremony.
The deadline for entries is 16 July 2001 so visit http://www.brief-encounters.org.uk now for more information and to download an entry form.
Don't miss your chance to make 3 grand in 90 seconds! DepicT! 2001 is the Brief Encounters short short film competition for films of up to 90 seconds. This fantastic competition offers two cash prizes of UKP3,000 each for two different categories:
First Prize: UKP3,000
Second Prize: A state-of-the-art camcorder
First Prize: UKP3,000
Second Prize: A state-of-the-art camcorder
For full competition details and to download an entry form visit the DepicT! website: http://www.depict.org. This year's deadline for entries is 21 September 2001
| |Raindance Film Festival - Call for Entries
The 9th Raindance Film Festival is opening on Wednesday 17 October 2001 (ends 26 October), and is now accepting film submissions. All features and shorts must have been completed on or after 1 September 2000, and the final submission deadline is 15 August 2001. Held during the important pre-MIFED London Screenings, Raindance targets international film acquisition executives and attracts an audience of leading industry professionals.
Call 020 7287 3833, or email email@example.com for a Festival submission form, or visit http://www.raindance.co.uk.
Press Information call 020 7287 3833
| |British Short Screenplay Competition - Call for Entries
Kaos Films are calling all screenplay writers across the globe to submit scripts to the British Short Screenplay Competition. The winning script will be produced by Kaos Films and premiered to an audience of agents, producers, directors, film sales agents and fellow writers as well as being shown in UK cinemas. The film will also be entered into film festivals around the world. Sponsored by industry giants: Panavision UK, Kodak, Lee Lighting, Soho Images and Pinewood Film Studios, the Competition is unique in that it is set up by writers for writers. We recognise the difficulties young writers face for we ourselves have walked through the dark tunnel wondering if the light in the distance was a ray of hope or an oncoming train.
The competition closing date is January 11 2002. After which date a jury of industry professionals, directors, producers, actors and writers will pick the winning screenplay. The winner will be announced on Kaos Films website in April. Interested parties should look at http://www.kaosfilms.co.uk for further details, rules, entry forms etc.
| |Executive Producer for Short Film
The Ale & Quail Club Films are currently looking for an executive producer to among other things help raise the necessary finance for their forthcoming and new short film (shooting in August). If you would like to know more, please contact the producer, Ana Torres-Alvarez, firstname.lastname@example.org
| |Producer for Short Co-Production
An American Filmmaker in London looking for a British producer or production company to co-produce a neo-nightmarish short film with me. If you are new or old to the biz and eager to get involved in what could prove to be the catapult you are so desperately hoping for, Ive got the project for you. This 35mm short has a distribution plan that spans the U.S., England, France, and Australia, involving major festivals, theatrical releases, a DVD release, network television, and the Internet. A note for the leery; I will not ask you to participate financially at any point, I promise. The reason for my request is that the government of the U.K. provides many opportunities for British short filmmakers and because I feel strongly that this project is capable of attracting such support, I am willing to bring another producer on board to make this a successful venture for everyone involved.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact me via e-mail at email@example.com. I would be happy to provide a copy of the script, information about personnel and any additional questions you may have.
| |Script Synopses & Treatments
Writers are welcomed to send in a covering letter stating the length of the script, a brief synopsis as well as a SAE to Jason Young at Anglo-Caribbean Productions, 1a Gambole Road, Tooting Broadway, London
For details of scripts that we are developing, visit http://www.anglocaribbean.plus.com
Jason Young e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile : 07970 715080
Fax : 020 8801 7592