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Local Film Culture, Global Exchange

A one-day event on policy for a thriving, diverse film culture

A government review of film policy is currently underway in the UK. Globally, UNESCO has launched a unique initiative to sustain diversity in the marketplace. This day offers the chance to debate what policy can deliver, and to offer independent feedback to the government review.


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Date and Time:

30 November 2005 at 9:30 am


Full Day



Institut Francais
17 Queensberry Place
South Kensington
+44 20 70 73 13 50
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Organised by:

The Independent Film Parliament
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Institutions: £75, Individuals: £40, Concessions: £20

Available from:

for registration, email development@filmparliament.org.uk or ring +44 (0) 20 7690 0124

Additional Information:

The IFP is a consultative forum for our most innovative, independently-minded film practitioners to feed back on policy affecting film. It launched at the Cambridge Film Festival in 2003 and focuses especially on the needs of the so-called specialist/cultural film sector. This sector includes experimental film, artists film and video, animation, documentary, cross-over feature, and films whose budgets generally fall below the taxbreak line. The IFP is a charity.

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