PODCAST| Sarah Bradbury interviews Natasha Marburger, director of the London Independent Film Festival.
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The director of the London Independent Film Festival, Natasha Marburger, sat down with us during the festival to tell us about the UK capital’s premier event for indie filmmakers, the importance of supporting first time filmmakers and broadening access to cinema and the highlights of the 2019 programme including short and feature film viewings, industry talks and networking events.
The London Independent Film Festival (LIFF) is the premier event for first and second-time film-makers, micro-budget and no-budget films in the UK. LIFF offers a fantastic opportunity for indie filmmakers to showcase their achievements, with spaces reserved for first and second time filmmakers and for films that have been overlooked by other events. LIFF presents the best of low-budget filmmaking from around the world, and mixes it up with relevant industry discussions and targeted social networking events. LIFF’s audience is London’s sizeable independent filmmaking community. It’s an indie film festival for indie filmmakers.
To discover more about the Festival, click here.