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02/11/2006

Film Festivals To Benefit From Film London's Audience Development Fund

A new range of film festivals and cinema projects is set to benefit from the latest round of Film London's Audience Development Fund.
In all 14 projects from across the capital will offer Londoners access to a broad range of film festivals and cinema projects.
A total of £79,250 will be distributed among the selected projects:
  • BDA (British Deaf Association) Sign Arts & Film Festival
  • China On Screen
  • North West London Cineclub Network (Brent and Harrow)
  • Film Crash 2006
  • DocHouse Film Festival - Crossing the Line from Fact to Fiction
  • Film Card/Cineschool
  • Real To Reel
  • The Downham Film Umbrella
  • Popcorn
  • Elefest 2006
  • First Take Film Festival
  • Spring Into Film
  • Fire This Time! Queering Black History Month
  • UK Jewish Film Festival in London

The Audience Development Fund aims to support education and audience development through; projects that bring new audiences to film, projects that educate London audiences and develop a deeper understanding of cinema and projects that increase the range of cinema available to London audiences.
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