Make Film – a film industry panel event to inspire (London)

Julian Bushell & Noel Wilson present:


MAKE FILM

organised in collaboration with Non-Multiplex Cinema

Host: Scott Norveil

When: Thursday 10th December 2015, 7.30pm
Where: Deloitte Auditoirum, 2 New St Square, London EC4A 3BZ (map)
Itinerary: Networking, panel and Q&A

Tickets currently discounted at £7 each (full price £10).

Make Film is an exciting panel and networking event organised by Non-Multiplex Cinema. The topic for discussion for this event is on the casting process. Whether you are an actor wanting to know the inside story of getting those bigger roles or a filmmaker wishing to find actors for your film, not only right for the part but also to help raise the profile for financing or sales. We have Casting Networks on the panel as well as experienced actors, all coming from a diverse knowledge in the film industry, ready to impact you with knowledge and hopefully inspire you to go out to be part of and make successful films.

The Panellists

 Luke Brady
Luke Brady
(Casting/Writer/Director) Luke studied SFX at London’s South Bank University then carved his technical expertise in a busy London Post Production house. He then managed a highly successful casting studio for renowned Casting Director Nina Gold (Game of Thrones, The Kings Speech, Star Wars), where he worked alongside high profile clients including Oscar winning Writers & Directors as well as some of the finest emerging and established talent. Luke currently manages the UK office for an international software company called Casting Networks providing online tools for Casting Directors and filmmakers.Throughout the 15 years of his career Luke has worked on a numerous projects. He has completed several short films, music videos and promos as well as his debut feature film titled ‘Young, High and Dead’ (2013). Luke is currently working on a web series for Eli Roth’s CryptTV.com titled ‘The HighridgeMassacre’.
 Jonathan Hansler
Jonathan Hansler (Actor/Writer/Comedian)
Jonathan’s movie “Axed” in which he starred was picked up by Lionsgate, EOne and Fangoria and was sold to over 35 territories worldwide. The BAFTA winning film director Vadim Jean directed him as Peter Cook in his hit play about dead comedians in London’s West End He played Josef Mengele opposite Kerry Shale as Eichmann in “Incognito” which plays at the Portobello Film Festival in London, shot a scene opposite Coronation Streets Eva Pope as a Dorset doctor in the TV pilot “Deep Cuts” and played an evil ghostly Prussian General in the film “Automata” written by Sarah Daly and directed by Lawrie Brewster producer and writer of Malcolm Mcdowell and Lance Henrikssons last movie. He has worked with theatre companies such as Hull Truck and TV such as “My Family” and “Hotel Babylon”. He plays Basil Fawlty in Dinner Theatre. Recent work includes “The Search For Simon” with Monty Pythons Carol Cleveland,Dr Who’s Sophie Aldred, Sylvester Radogast McCoy’s assistant (Sylvester who he worked with in the play “Decline and Fall”and Chase Masterson (Star Trek DS9), and on the softer side co-starred in the romantic comedy “I know What I’m Doing” with Emily Bergl (Desperate Housewives/The Mentalist). In 2011 he was nominated for Best Actor at Londons Off West End Awards.
 Vanessa Bailey
Vanessa Bailey (Actor/Writer/Producer)
Vanessa has recently appeared as Midwife Sarah in EastEnders and will appear in a second episode in December. Other credits include Southcliffe, Doctors and The Sarah Jane Adventures. She has also appeared in numerous independent short and feature films.
She is currently crowdfunding her first short film as writer and producer -Three Days, which will shoot in the New Year. She is also working on a co-written feature film. She has set up and run five crowdfunds, three on Indiegogo and two on Kickstarter.
Vanessa is the Senior Festival Co-ordinator for The London Screenwriters’ Festival, the largest professional screenwriters’ festival in the world.
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Non-Multiplex Cinema Meet-up + Filmmaking Outreach Programme – Wednesday 23rd September 7pm @ Planet Hollywood

Non-Multiplex Cinema, who have been hosting film and film business events for a number of years, is looking to you to help us bring awareness of your needs or what you might offer to the international market; the US and the whole of Europe as well as other regions.

We will soon be launching a new outreach programme that will initially be in the form of a blog and a newsletter that will go out to our extensive international mailing list consisting of tens of thousands of film and media industry contacts across the world. You write to advertise your needs or services with a link to your website, and we add it to our blog which then forms part of the newsletter to send out. Depending on demand this could easily evolve to video blogs etc.

If you want to know more, come to the discussion on this unique way to reach out to the rest of the world. Takes place at our film industry networking event ‘Non-Multiplex Cinema Meet-up’ on 23rd September 7pm at Planet Hollywood London.

‘Non-Multiplex Cinema Meet-up’ is a film industry networking event at Planet Hollywood London, a really nice venue that serves drinks, cocktails and food. We have an area allocated to us. Please see below to book your place(s).

Any queries, email:

EVENT LOCATION

Venue:   Planet Hollywood London

Address: Planet Hollywood London, 57-60 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX


Non-Multiplex Cinema’s Meet-up (Pre-Cannes)

Hi,

Non-Multiplex Cinema is hosting a premier film industry networking event on Wednesday 13th May from 7:00pm at Planet Hollywood London, just before the excitement and hustle of the Cannes Film Festival.

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Not going to Cannes? Please do join us anyway. You will meet a great variety of people from filmmakers to actors to film financiers etc. at this fun event. Who knows who you might meet-up with?

The pictures above were taken by www.sundeepsitara.co.uk at one of our previous networking events.

Planet Hollywood serves some excellent drinks and cocktails, as well as food.

Pay by choosing number of tickets and clicking the Register Now button. Note that PayPal includes payment by credit and debit card without requiring a PayPal account.

EVENT LOCATION

Venue:   Planet Hollywood London

Address:

Planet Hollywood London, 57-60 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4QX

Michael Deeley in interview with biographer Matthew Field

 

The producer of BLADE RUNNER, THE DEER HUNTER and THE ITALIAN JOB

Michael Deeley in interview with biographer Matthew Field

Michael Deeley

Where:
Deloitte Stonecutter Lecture Theatre
Stonecutter Court
1 Stonecutter Street
London EC4A 4TR

When:
Tuesday 24th March – Arrive 7pm for drinks followed by interview and Q&A (8pm-9.15pm) and further drinks . . .

 Early bird discounted tickets at £12 each (full price £20) for a limited period.

MICHAEL DEELEY is an Academy Award winning British movie producer with a singular Midas touch – nearly all of his pictures have attracted avid cult followings. He has worked with some of the world’s toughest film directors and lived to tell the tale. Few would imagine that one man links Ridley Scott’s visionary sci-fi classic BLADE RUNNER, Michael Cimino’s THE DEER HUNTER, and THE ITALIAN JOB, the much loved British caper that made an icon of Sir Michael Caine. His other challenges included defending the legendary sex scene of Nick Roeg’s DON’T LOOK NOW, ordering the controversial cutting of the original THE WICKER MAN, trekking up a New Mexico mountainside with David Bowie on THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH and seizing control of CONVOY from Sam Peckinpah. Michael Deeley was also the Owner of British Lion Films, President of EMI Films Inc. and is currently Honorary President of The British Screen Advisory Council.

MATTHEW FIELD began his writing career with ‘The Making Of The Italian Job.’ He has since produced and directed a feature length documentary on the film for Paramount Pictures. Matthew currently works for the leading entertainment public relations agency Premier PR overseeing the production of international press junkets, EPKs and associated film marketing materials. His most recent feature film credits include Stephen Frears’ upcoming Lance Armstrong biopic ICON, Michael Winterbottom’s THE FACE OF AN ANGEL, the Australian teen comedy NOW ADD HONEY and, currently in production, THE DRESSMAKER, starring Kate Winslet. Field collaborated with Deeley on his memoir, Blade Runners, Deer Hunters And Blowing The Bloody Doors Off, published in the UK by Faber & Faber.

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This is a charity event supporting

 

Alzheimer's Society

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Non-Multiplex Cinema – Meet-up – 20th January (London, Haymarket)

From the people who brought you Film Means Business, comes a film industry networking extravaganza. Planet Hollywood London plays host to Non-Multiplex Cinema’s Meet-up next Tuesday evening. Come and encounter a kaleidoscope of people from the film industry over a drink or two, an event not to be missed!

Planet Hollywood London (57-60 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX), Tuesday 20th January 7pm.

Email your name(s) to get on the guest list to
Though this event is free to attend, it is a charity event, please do donate whatever you can to Alzheimer’s Society (£3 per attendee recommended).

 

 Cheers,
Julian Bushell and the Non-Multiplex Cinema team

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Drink and feel famous at Planet Hollywood London. The glamour of Hollywood, a buzzing cocktail bar, and classic dishes.

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Exclusive Interview with Film Producers


JULIAN BUSHELL
& MIKE GOULD present:

the next FILM MEANS BUSINESS event

Exclusive Interview with Film Producers:

! DOUGLAS RAE & ROBERT BERNSTEIN  !

of ECOSSE FILMS

interviewer: ANITA LEWTON

when: Wednesday 26th November 2014, 6.45pm for 7pm start (8.30pm finish)

where: Deloitte Lecture Theatre, Stonecutter Court, 1 Stonecutter Street, London EC4A 4TR

itinerary: interview and Q&A followed by networking at nearby pub

 Douglas Rae

Douglas Rae is Founder and CEO of Ecosse Films and is one of Britain’s most prolific producers. Ecosse has produced 14 films and over 300 hours of network television for BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Showtime, Starz Channel and WGBH. Douglas’s first feature film, Mrs Brown, won 12 major international awards, a BAFTA nomination for Producer of the Year and two Oscar nominations. Other films he has produced include: Charlotte Gray (starring Cate Blanchett), Becoming Jane (with Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy), Nowhere Boy (the story of John Lennon’s childhood) and Wuthering Heights (directed by Andrea Arnold). On the television side of things, Douglas has executive produced such shows as My Boy Jack and the hugely successful BBC1 drama, Monarch of the Glen. More recently he has executive produced Fleming, a four part series on the creator of Bond (starring Dominic Cooper) for Sky Atlantic and BBC America; Mistresses, a 13 part series for ABC, based on Ecosse’s hit BBC1 series, and The Great Fire (for ITV, this autumn). Douglas is currently executive producing Life in Squares, a BBC2 drama about the Bloomsbury Group.

Robert Bernstein

Robert Bernstein joined Ecosse Films in 1994 to develop the drama department, subsequently becoming a director and partner in the company. After developing the script for Mrs. Brown in 1997 (directed by John Madden, starring Dame Judi Dench, winning 12 major international awards and two Oscar nominations), Robert went on to executive produce Charlotte Gray, a $25m feature for Film Four (directed by Gillian Armstrong).  He has since produced Wilderness (Ecosse Film’s first thriller, directed by Michael J. Bassett); Julian Jarrold’s Becoming Jane, the story of Jane Austen’s love affair and inspiration to become one of England’s greatest novelists; Water Horse, an adaptation of the Dick King Smith book (directed by Jay Russell); Julian Jarrold’s Brideshead Revisited; Sam Taylor Wood’s directorial debut, Nowhere Boy, and Andrea Arnold’s bold adaptation of Wuthering Heights.

Anita Lewton

Anita Lewton is a film producer and screenwriter who has made award-winning independent shorts, features and documentaries for the international market.Currently a lecturer in Film and Broadcast at London Metropolitan University, Anita has taught and mentored on professional producing programmes for film academies in Romania, France, North Africa and India through the British Council / Women at Work exchange and various other European training programmes (Media Funds of the European Union). Anita first trained in drama as an actress and director, gaining a BA in Dramatic Art (University of London). After running several political touring theatre companies in the UK, she went on to study film-making at UCLA California (MA, Motion Picture Arts & Sciences). She returned to the UK to produce films, founding E2 Projects and, recently, Corazon Films UK, to work on international co-productions. Prior to academic teaching, Anita chaired a UK nationally funded film-maker association, New Producers Alliance, which trained and ran networks for emerging talent.
    Discounted price tickets at £9.50 each (full price £14) for a limited period

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This is a charity event supporting Prostate Cancer UK

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Non-Multiplex Cinema – Meet-up (the Relaunch) – 7th October (London, Haymarket)

Hi,

If you want to go to an event where you can meet loads of like minded people in the film industry, in a friendly and fun atmosphere then this is the one.

We had our first Meet-up at the end of last year and it was fantastic, with over a hundred attending. The networking even carried onto the street outside, after the venue had closed for the night.

So for a sparkling opportunity to network with people from the filmmaking and acting world, come to Non-Multiplex Cinema’s Meet-up, the Relaunch, as we are now at a new venue for us, Planet Hollywood London (57-60 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX), on Tuesday 7th October 7pm.

You’re going to be doing a great deed too as all proceeds (£5 to attend) goes to Prostate Cancer UK. To book a place now, please see below.

Cheers,
Julian Bushell and the Non-Multiplex Cinema team

NMX networking NETWORKING

The networking events take place in a friendly, informal atmosphere with a wide spectrum of people across the film industry meeting up for a drink or two. Chat away to your hearts content. Opportunities a plenty, you never quite know who you will meet.

DRINKS

Drink and feel famous at Planet Hollywood London. The glamour of Hollywood, a buzzing cocktail bar, and classic dishes.

Drinks
NMX networking CONTACTS

Exchange contact details. It’s not only what you know, but who you know in this film business.

CONTACT US Web: http://www.nonmultiplexcinema.com
Email: info@nonmultiplexcinema.com

 

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Perspective of a UK independent producer

Julian Bushell & Mike Gould present:

a FILM MEANS BUSINESS event

organized in collaboration with Non-Multiplex Cinema

! JONATHAN WEISSLER !

 
Perspective of a UK independent producer

Interviewer: Marshall Julius

when: Thursday 17th July 2014, 6.45pm for 7pm start (8.30pm finish)

where: Deloitte Lecture Theatre, Stonecutter Court, 1 Stonecutter Street, London EC4A 4TR (map)

itinerary: discourse and Q&A followed by networking at nearby pub

Open to questions throughout, Jonathan will discuss the state of the British film industry as well as the pitfalls and challenges of being an independent film producer, including: the development of feature film projects, the financing of them, physical filmmaking, from getting the right team to the art of a good schedule, and managing a film through the hurdles of production through to selling, release of films and recoupment.

 Jonathan Weissler

Jonathan Weissler (Balagan) began his career in London in the early 90s where, as he climbed the production ladder, he worked on films like Interview With the Vampire, Braveheart and Mission Impossible 1. In 1997 he produced his first feature film, Time Enough, and has since gone on to produce 24 features, a 10 hour TV mini-series and over 300 commercials around the world. His films include The Brasserie (2001), shot in London, Tokyo and Hong Kong, grossing $38m (putting it among the highest grossing films in Asia, 2001) as well as The Truth Game (2000), directed by Simon Rumley and In Your Dreams (2008), starring Linda Hamilton and Co Produced with Sir David Frost. Other productions include: Re-Uniting The Rubins (2010) with Timothy Spall and Rhona Mitra, Booked Out (2012) with Rollo Weeks and Sylvia Sims and White Lie (2013) with Paul Bandey and David Birkin.

Marshall Julius

Marshall Julius is a film critic, feature writer, celebrity interviewer, blogger, presenter, author and section editor with 25 years’ experience. Former principal film critic at What’s On in London magazine, Marshall went freelance in 1995, writing for NME, Melody Maker, FHM, Stuff and Film Review and publishing (in UK and USA) the action movie reference guide, Action! The Action Movie A-Z. He became senior editor for Internet retailer BOL.COM while also writing freelance for The Sunday Express (celebrity interviews, lifestyle features, film and TV reviews). From 2004 to 2013, Marshall wrote virtually all of the editorial for BLOCKBUSTER Magazine (a free downloadable film magazine) while also presenting a weekly review show for JNET Radio, writing syndicated features for various PR agencies, running social media and general freelancing for a variety of companies and publications, including The People. Marshall is currently writing features and reviews for MSN Movies and The Sunday Times, reviewing films every Saturday morning for BBC Three Counties Radio, providing social media for Art You Grow Up With (animation art gallery) and serving as consultant to Disney on Marvel movie marketing campaigns. Follow Marshall on twitter @MarshallJulius
    Early bird tickets at £6.50 each (full price £12) for a limited period

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This is a charity event supporting Prostate Cancer UK