London Investigative Film Festival 2015
Spring 2015, London. Venue - TBC
The London Investigative Film Festival is an annual event aimed at showcasing some of the best investigative documentaries, programmes and i-docs from the UK and internationally.
We are inviting submissions for the London Investigative Film Week 2015.
THE SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE HAS BEED EXTENDED!
The criteria (must meet at least one of the list below)
- Films/programmes must be made using investigative techniques
- Made a difference in one way or the other
- Won or shortlisted for investigative awards
- Documentaries, TV programmes or i-docs
- Must be in English or with English subtitles
- Produced in the last couple of years
- Were not previously shown on the UK television or released in the UK cinemas
- All documentaries must be ready to be screened by end of December 2014
Three days of screenings, followed by Q&A wth fillmakers or panel discussions.
Submissions must be sent to:
Please send a short synopsys and all the relevant information to: email@example.com
We will need to view your film/programme/i-doc prior to shortlisting. Please send it:
(1) By post: (CDs, PAL)
The Centre for Investigative Journalism
Goldsmiths, University of London
New Academic Building
Lewisham Way, New Cross,
London SE14 6NW
(2) Via internet links: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 20 October 2014
FILM FESTIVAL 2014
The 2014 event, featured a UK premiere of the French film Big Tobacco, Young Targets. Directed by Paul Moreira, the film looks at how tobacco companies are targeting children with their advertising.
The London Investigative Film Festival 2014 will be held at City University London:
Oliver Thompson Theatre
City University London
London, EC1V 0HB
The Oliver Thompson Lecture Theatre is in The Tait Building on Northampton Square. It is bordered by Spencer Street and Goswell Street.
Angel on the Northern line (City branch) and Farringdon on the Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and Circle lines.
Routes 4, 19, 30, 38, 43, X43, 55, 56, 73, 153, 214, 243, 341, 505 pass nearby.
There are parking meters in the roads surrounding the university. The nearest National Car Park is on Skinner Street, off St John Street.