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HERE 2020 IS HERE….

HERE 2020 IS HERE….

The festival programme this year launches with a Mike Leigh film shot in Enfield during Thatcher's Britain and continues with a feast of suburban stories. We are also very proud to premiere  five new  short films,  commissioned by Talkies for the…

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TALKIES SHORT FILM COMMISSIONS 2020 ANNOUNCED

TALKIES SHORT FILM COMMISSIONS 2020 ANNOUNCED

Big news! With our parters Short Sighted Cinema once again, we have  commissioned our next round of filmmakers to produce a short film located in Palmers Green, North London. The makers are: Stefan Georgiou - Take Me Home Sarah Boezalt -  Bookies Dan…

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TALKIES SHORT FILM COMMISSIONS 2020 OPEN

TALKIES SHORT FILM COMMISSIONS 2020 OPEN

Big news! We are partnering with Short Sighted Cinema once again, to commission four filmmakers to produce a short film located in Palmers Green, North London. Each maker will be will be awarded £500 towards the cost of their film. The commission is…

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HERE Suburban Film Festival 2019 Has Arrived!….

HERE suburban film festival 2019 has arrived!….

The festival programme this year launches with an amazing British independent film introduced by one of the cast, local actor Lindsey Coulson. Another local figure, Prof. Kurt Barling looks through the eyes of Londoners involved in recent historical events .…

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TALKIES NEEDS MORE FRIENDS…

TALKIES NEEDS MORE FRIENDS…

TALKIES NEEDS MORE FRIENDS! Times are tight: Talkies is a volunteer-led, not for profit organisation, but we are finding funding from grants and sponsorships is in short supply.  Our audience is brilliant at supporting us, but subscribing as a  'Friend of Talkies'  would…

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Shooting Begins

Shooting begins

Talkies has commissioned another four young film makers for short films that will premiere in March 2019. Sophie Ansell's "The Girl in the Shed" is already in the can. Shot at locations around Palmers Green it is a comedic tale…

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What Does Your Ticket Pay For?

What does your ticket pay for?

Most of your ticket money pays for overheads - licenses to screen films, venue hire, insurances and so on. A small amount ensures we maintain equipment to a good standard and the rest we use for film related projects - such as…

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