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03/06/2004

Film London Education and Audience Development Fund calls for applications

Film London's Education and Audience Fund is inviting submissions from London based organisations who wish to apply for project funding to support education and audience development in film and media.
This will be the only Film London scheme to support film related exhibition, participatory video and education projects.
The awards are part of the UK Film Council's RIFE (Regional Investment for England) funding strand.
Applicants can apply for a minimum of £1,000 and a maximum of £20,000. There is a total of £200,000 available for the 2004/05 period.
There is one remaining deadline for this fund, 4.30pm on Friday, July 30 2004, for projects starting between October 1 2004 and March 31 2005.
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