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London Lift-Off Film Festival

Feedback Options For Your Film or Script.

March 9, 2015

Your Film, Our Extensive Feedback… Importance of growth through listening to feedback, instead of hearing it. “I can state unequivocally that the late Stanley Kubrick, in his final film, ‘Eyes Wide Shut,’ has staged the most pompous orgy in the history of the movies that’s my feedback.” – David Denby in The New Yorker – […]

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Understanding Opportunity – In Conversation with Lift-Off Award Winning Filmmaker Jade Courtney Edwards

December 12, 2014

Climbing the ladder – staying there and keeping motivated to carry on climbing. Opportunity opens its doors at the very second one realises that they are responsible in creating their own luck, through hard work, but, more importantly through smart work! During testing times we find greater results, by opening ourselves artistically, digging deeper, working harder – […]

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London Lift-Off Film Festival 2014 – Winners Review.

December 8, 2014

This years trophies were made from jaded coloured crystal glass displaying our international logo, award and a free copy of Little White Lies (indie film review magazine), courtesy of @LWLies. London Lift-Off Film Festival 2014 was the best yet, scheduled over an entire week, and playing to packed out audiences between The Exhibit Cinema, and […]

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How successful are your film festival submissions?

December 6, 2014

Successful film festival submissions. The importance of being an inquisitive artist. A self serving artist is creatively visionless. How could the artistically blind come up with anything intended for the enjoyment for those who know how to see and recognise bravery within creativity? Successful film festival submissions. Being inspired by a feature film is great, […]

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London Lift-Off 2014 – Winners Night Preview.

December 4, 2014

Saturday 6th December. Winners Screenings, Awards and Networking Night The Soho Hotel 7pm – 11pm Saturday 6th December. 4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH Script reading by professional actors of the winning screenplay… WiFighters by Rahdy Elwan. Read by Lucy Wray, Anthony Greyley, Alexa Hartley, Jocasta King, Victoria J. Jones, & Nick Williams. Lift-Off Season […]

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Programme: Official Selections London Lift-Off 2014

November 22, 2014

Your programme is here… Look beyond the gloss. Put talent before technology. It is with great pleasure that we announce the programme for London Lift-Off 2014. Firstly we want to thank everyone who submitted making it all possible for our festival to continue to support the growth of indie film at the grassroots level. Our […]

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Lift-Off @ TROYFEST 2014!!

April 22, 20140 Comments

Showcasing the Winners and Best of Screenings at An Arts and Music Film Festival with the Same Heart and Soul As Lift-Off…. TROYFEST!! As part of the continuing mission to get our winners films circulated within as many circles as possible, Lift-Off is proud to announce that we will be showcasing a group of previous […]

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Twitter Promotion : Annual Fee Waivers Week!

April 21, 20140 Comments

Special Film Festival Fee Waiver Days Announced, via Twitter!! Every indie filmmaker should be on Twitter, and you should be following the four Lift-Off Festivals. Once a year we will hold a four day fee wavier initiative, where the password for the fee waiver will ONLY be announced via the Twittersphere. Each day of a […]

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Lift-Off Launches New Exclusive Content : FOR SUBMITTERS ONLY.

March 13, 2014

“Value is what will define my decision as a filmmaker to submit my film to a festival. I would weigh up the chances of being screened with the value I will get from the submission fee alone. If it isn’t a fair investment, then I won’t submit.“ Since the 1st January Lift-Off has launched a […]

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London Lift-Off Film Festival 2013 Winners & Review…

December 30, 20130 Comments

London Lift-Off Film Festival Review 2013… Thirty five films were screened at the beautiful Soho Hotel to a warm and generous audience through four 2 hour screenings, and informative question and answer sessions. Many of the filmmakers in attendance networked with other film professionals and votes were cast on the final decision for the winners […]

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