Film, video and new media
Details of key organisations and resources for film, video and new media are listed below.
Events and activites are listed on the film, video and new media - what's on page.
If you'd like your event or organisation listed on these pages, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (providing concise details, contacts, times and access information) or submit your details for inclusion in the Lambeth Arts Database.
From 1 May 2013, FilmFixer Ltd will be managing all film enquiries on behalf of the London borough of Lambeth.
FilmFixer hope to build on the excellent relations they have established with the film industry as a result of their work with Camden, Southwark, and Lewisham over the last few years and hope to begin to establish common standards and film friendly policies which will facilitate film production while protecting the interests of residents and businesses.
Please call 0845 190 1970 or email email@example.com if you have any enquiries, otherwise visit the Lambeth Film Office website to make an application to film.
The aim of the fund is to help create and promote our residents' work, to encourage cross-borough collaboration and to provide sustainable support for filmmakers from development to distribution.
Local film, video and new media organisations
Brixton-based digital media organisation that aims to nurture new talent and create industry connections for emerging digital artists, film-makers, visual artists and sound artists. Activities include workshops, screenings, studio sessions, talks, networking events.
The British Film Institute (BFI) has wheelchair access to all areas. They hold workshops for children during term breaks. Educational resources are available for teachers bringing school groups in to watch a movie.
Independent cinema which runs world exclusive events, clubs, autism-friendly screenings and much more.
The Cinema Museum is an utterly unique collection that represents the history of the cinema and the cinema-going experience in the UK.
Brixton-based production company.
Innovative multimedia arts website.
Insight Free Cinema Club
A free weekly cinema club at the Insight Hub, in Lilian Baylis Old school, Lollard Street, SE11. Showing a combination of international feature films, documentaries, shorts and locally made films. Every Thursday 7PM.
A new website for those involved with, or interested in, film, new media and digital arts in South London. The site includes news, events, networking, an online directory and specially commissioned new media projects.
Brixton-based mixed media arts organisation specialising in audio-visual media productions and mixed media projects. They aim to address issues such as the environment, racism and urban life.
One of the UK's most prestigious film theatres, located on London's South Bank.
NOH Budget Films
32 Weymouth House, Dorset Road, London SW8 1EN.
Tel: 0795 6 877 358.
Multi-screen cinema in Streatham.
Acclaimed independent five-screen cinema which runs world exclusive events, clubs, autism-friendly screenings and much more.
Storymakers TV is a film production company located in the heart of Brixton, at the Bon Marché Centre in Ferndale Road. Their mission is to produce quality films, working with writers and directors in the delivery of gripping fiction, documentaries and music promos relevant to a fast moving, fast changing world. In addition to producing films for the big and small screen, they provide training and education packages in writing for the screen and filmmaking for a range of organisations.
They have a well equipped studio with two FCP editing suites and colour grading facilities, for wet and dry hire and also run video editing courses in-house.
Film screenings and social space in a unique location beneath railway arches in Loughborough Junction.
Film, video and new media resources
Features a lot of useful information for film-makers and film fans as well as information about what is showing at the National Film Theatre.
Non-profit company that helps people make videos and films. Mainly working with schools, they also run adult courses and workshops.
If you are looking for locations or crew, or if you need advice about filming in London, you may benefit from Film London's range of services for film-makers. Their website also holds a database of locations in Lambeth.
Works in partnership with a number of London's councils to help filmmakers set up their location shoots.
An comprehensive resource for film-makers, writers and fans. Features trailers, discussion boards, audience film reviews and the latest film news.
Information for film-makers and an excellent guide to film funding.
Raindance fosters and promotes independent film in Britain and around the world. It isunique in combining film training courses with the UK's only independent film festival
An online filmmaking network with daily email postings available.
Think Tall Films
Clapham-based Think Tall Films makes it easy for businesses and charities to create successful online videos by connecting them with a network of hand picked video-makers, and overseeing every step of the creation process.
The government-backed strategic agency for film in the UK. Its main aim is to stimulate a competitive, successful and vibrant UK film industry and culture, and to promote the widest possible enjoyment and understanding of cinema throughout the UK.