Monday 14th December, 17.30pm
Venue: Corbet Place Bar and Lounge, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
Here at Cinema Jam, we love an excuse to throw a party and what better time of the year to get us all in the celebrating spirit than Christmas!
Join us at Corbet Place Bar and Lounge on Monday 14th December for our PUBLIC event ‘The Best of Cinema Jam 2015’. This will be a celebration of some of the best films that we’ve screened at our Jam Sessions this year, and in the spirit of Christmas, we’re throwing our doors open to the public so everyone can join in the fun!
This event is in honour of the brilliant MOFILM and Casting Networks, Inc. for supporting us this year. Without them, the Jam Sessions wouldn’t be possible so we thought a party is a great way to say thank you.
Tickets available from Eventbrite here:
Members: £3 online/ £7 on the door
Non-Members: £7 online/ £10 on the door
Monday 2nd November, 18:00pm
Venue: Camden Collective, BASE King’s Cross, 103c Camley Street, London, N1C 4PF
Cinema Jam and Short Courses @ NFTS present a screening and masterclass with acclaimed producer James Gay-Rees on Friday the 30th of October in Camden.
With On The Corner productions, James Gay-Rees has produced some of the most successful indie-documentaries from the past five years, including Academy Award-nominated ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’, double BAFTA-winning ‘Senna’ and of course the hauntingly beautiful ‘AMY’ (official selection, Cannes Film Festival 2015).
We’re excited to be hosting this event at Cinema Jam HQ in Camden Collective’s office space. Watching ‘AMY’ in Camden, where the late singer lived, loved and performed is sure to give the experience an added poignancy and meaning.
This is a public event, with tickets priced at £10.
There’s a special discount for Jammers, with tickets priced at £7.
These are available to purchase from Eventbrite now.
RSVP at our Facebook Event Page
Cinema Jam at Raindance Film Festival
23rd September – 4th October 2015
We were delighted to collaborate with Raindance again and held two great panels.
Thursday 24th September, 16:00 – 17:30
Venue: Raindance Film Centre, 10 Craven Street, WCN2N 5PE
‘Friends’, ‘Spaced’, ‘Miranda’: sitcoms are some of our favourite shows, and for writers they can often mean a nice commission and comfortable living. Join Jared as he moderates this panel of writers as they discuss the skill of writing comedy: is it enough to be funny?
Panel members to be announced soon.
Event for Filmmaker and Web Fest Passholders only
Stepping Up: Producers on Producing
Monday 28th September, 15:00 – 16:15
Vue Piccadilly, Screen 4.
Join us for this insightful panel with Jared moderating. With a panel of experienced producers, we’ll be discussing how they stepped up the ladder from low budget cinema to working with higher budgets.
Jared Fryer – Cinema Jam
Alex Bentley – Producer (IMDB) Indiscretion, The Four Warriors, The Last Showing
Dionne Walker – Producer (IMDB) The Hard Stop, OnePeople, The Fighting Spirit
Jen Handorf – Producer (IMDB) The Forgotten, Final Prayer
Drunk on Revolution at FEST Festival
Wednesday, 24th June, 2015
Make your way to sunny Portugal from the 22nd to the 29th of June for FEST festival to join us for our exciting social event! On the 24th we’ll be playing one of our free entry, matching games at Boo Dop, so if winning a FREE drink interests you, be sure to get involved and of course meet some cool new people along the way.
Tuesday, 09th June, 2015 – Hackney Attic
June’s Jam Session had an *OPEN JAR* policy which meant that everyone was invited! We had a great time at Hackney Attic screening our usual programme of short films.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Raindance Film Festival partnered with Cinema Jam for the Independent Filmmaker’s Ball. The charity fundraiser and film industry party took place at the Café de Paris in Leicester Square.
We spiced up the night with a Film Fantasy matchmaking game. Party-goers were given mysterious tarot cards as they arrived; those who managed to match their card with someone else’s received a free drink courtesy of Caple Rd Cider!
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 Casting Networks UK and Cinema Jam hosted a discussion on casting for independent film, followed by a Q&A with Casting Networks’ in house team: Luke Brady (former studio manager at Nash Studios and current filmmaker) and Thabo Mhlatshwa (former casting assistant and current filmmaker).
Tuesday, 12 February 2015 Cinema Jam returned to Berlinale for an unmissable pre-valentine’s love-fest (Purely platonic of course)! Free entrance to all – Jammers and Non-Jammers alike!
Tuesday, 13 January 2015, 14:00 Cinema Jam joined together with LOCO Film Festival at the London Short Film Festival to bring you acclaimed comedy improvisers Cariad and Paul, and award-winning writer-director Kate Herron. They explored how improvisation can influence and inspire film directors at every stage of filmmaking.
Tuesday, 5 August 2014 Cinema Jam and UK Actors Tweetup joined together to bring you an intimate evening with Aisha Walters of Shaheen Baig Casting, the agency that has recently cast some of the hottest projects in British film and television including Starred Up, Brighton Rock and Peaky Blinders.
Wednesday, 28 May 2014 Cinema Jam presented the the UK premiere of “Behind Closed Doors,” a film released in French cinemas in April 2014 that was made for a mere €15,000. Producer Lauren Grall flying in from Paris to talk about how she accomplished such a feat, including getting oscar-nominated DP Guillaume Schiffman (“The Artist”) on board.
Monday, 31 March 2014 The British Library, Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, and Cinema Jam joined together to feature acclaimed screenwriter/director Tony Grisoni, art department researcher Celia Barnett, production designer Tony Noble, and director Jamie Stone about their work and doing research for films.
Friday, 28 February 2014 Mark Foligno, executive producer of “The King’s Speech,” showed his most recent film “The Rise” and afterwards held a Q&A along with writer/director Rowan Athale.
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 This was the first Cinema Jam event to happen in Berlin, and featured a screening of three films and a Q&A session with one of the filmmakers, Miro Mastropasqua.
Tuesday, 14 January 2014 London Short Film Festival teamed up with Cinema Jam to hold a panel discussion with three unique perspectives on how people working in the short film format can do the unthinkable – build a viable career!
Sunday, 29 September 2013 Cinema Jam presented the short film “HAZOR” from Miro Mastropasqua, a Czech-Italian filmmaker and Cinema Jam member.