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The Spread

The Spread

The Spread is the official magazine of London-based film community Cinema Jam. We cover everything film, from movie and product reviews, features, editorials, news updates, interviews, and more. Follow @CinemaJam on Twitter for more updates!
The Spread is the official magazine of London-based film community Cinema Jam. We cover everything film, from movie and product reviews to features, editorials, news updates, interviews, and more. Follow @CinemaJam for more updates from The Spread and Cinema Jam as a whole!


Articles by The Spread

Matt Gallagher’s guide “Breaking Into UK Film and TV Drama” released

By The Spread  July 13, 2016

Published yesterday, Breaking Into UK Film and TV Drama, written by industry insider Matt Gallagher (founder of crewing website thecallsheet.co.uk), is a comprehensive guide for new entrants to the UK’s creative industries, offering in-depth advice and practical tips on how to break into the business and build a sustainable career. “I wanted to create a […]

Film Production Company ‘PiaPressure’ offers New Voices Award for new and up-and-coming filmmakers

By The Spread  June 7, 2016

Award-winning filmmaker Pia Getty’s passion for supporting the next generation of creative and filmmaking talent has led to her founding PiaPressure, a TV and film production company that puts emerging talent and new voices at the heart of its slate in order to make the most exciting, poignant and above all original films possible. PiaPressure […]

Director Sofia Olins fundraising for Glastonbury doc “Lost in the Festival”

By The Spread  May 26, 2016

The film will tell the story of Lost Vagueness, Glastonbury’s late-night home of vaudeville that reignited the festival in the mid-90s. Award-winning filmmaker Sofia Olins has been working on a feature-length music documentary about Glastonbury Festival for 12 years. This is the untold, backstage story of Lost Vagueness, the risqué extravaganza that transformed one of the biggest festivals in the world. She […]

Glasgow Director Shoots Ten-Minute Feature Film

By The Spread  April 5, 2016

Short film “Mona and the Stations of the Cross” dramatizes all the steps of a feature film in a fraction of the usual length. How long does it take to tell a story? To take your viewer on a character’s journey of adventure and self-discovery? Seminal screenwriting manual Save the Cat says two hours, or […]

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