Training Courses

Film London x BFI NETWORK South East Producers Lab


10am - 5pm

Everyman Kings Cross, London

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For applicants
Are you an emerging producer based in London or the South East?
Perhaps you’re currently producing a short or working towards your first feature?

If you’ve said yes to the above, we would like to invite you to our Film London x BFI NETWORK South East Producers Lab, taking place on Thursday 12th March at Everyman Cinema, King’s Cross.

We have partnered up to host this exciting one day lab for emerging producers, featuring experienced producers and industry professionals who will share their practical knowledge, tools and tips on the producing process.

There will be a series of keynote talks and panels throughout the day covering a number of topics including development, finance and budgeting, contracts, copyright and licensing, festival strategy and distribution.

Guest speakers include Kate Byers & Linn Waite, BAFTA award-winning producers of Bait; award-winning producer and founder of Wellington Films, Rachel Robey; Jo Duncombe, Film Programme Manager at the British Council; Michael Wailes, Head of Theatrical Sales at independent distributors Vertigo Releasing and BFI NETWORK Executives Mathieu Ajan (London) and Tom Wightman (South East).

Please note this lab is only open to producers and is not suitable for directors or writers.


10am - 5pm




Everyman Kings Cross

For applicants

Please note this lab is open to producers only and is not suitable for directors or writers. In addition, attendees must be from London or the South East regions (as defined by the BFI).

If you are based in London, please apply via Film London’s Eventbrite form.

If you are based in the South East, please click here to apply via our web form.

The course is free but places must be booked in advance. The final deadline for applications is Monday 9th March.

If you have any queries about your eligibility or applying online, please email or call 0207 636 7120.

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