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This market strand is for established producers who have a project with a budget of at least €1m or above.
If your project is below €1m and/or you are a first-time feature filmmaker you need to apply to the New Talent strand.

If you are an established producer applying with a feature documentary project the project’s budget can be below €1m.

Please ensure you save your application at various intervals throughout this process to avoid losing information.

Note: if you have applied in a previous year, you may get an error when submitting if you use the same email address. To avoid losing your work, please use a different email address where possible, or contact [email protected] specifying the email address you wish to reuse so that it can be reset before you complete the form.

Deadline for applications: Monday, 15th July 2024, 5pm

Section A: Key contact & production company details

Producer's track record

Section B: Project information

Main cast (OPTIONAL):
(fill in actors' names and tick appropriate boxes)


Section C: Financial information


Financiers/partners already attached to the project
(names, companies and countries)

Section D: Team & company profile


Please attach the following supporting documents:

NB: Do not submit a script with your application but note that a script must be available to financiers on request.

Please note:

Film London Privacy Policy

If your project is selected, by mutual agreement Film London will make basic project and company information accessible to attending financiers to make meeting requests. Film London holds the right to edit wording and grammar for inclusion in online and print profiles. If your application is successful the project title, director's name, your production company and the logline may be mentioned in press information relating to the PFM/New Talent strand.

The Film London Production Finance Market and its New Talent Strand are held in association with the BFI London Film Festival and supported by the Mayor of London, BFI Film Fund and the Department for Business & Trade.