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Is it time for London to have a new flag?

Most cities in the world have a flag, but for some reason, London seems to be missing one.  The only one that comes close to officially …

By: 21st Aug 19

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The youngest Londoners have arrived!

Last month, our filmmaker, Ruth Gardiner, had the pleasure of filming 1000 Londoners’ officially youngest subjects! Twin brothers Arthur a…

By: 2nd May 19

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Brexit or no Brexit? We celebrated European Londoners

Over 600 people joined us for the ‘Goodbye Europe’ Movie Nights at fantastic venues across London. In the days that the UK was supposed …

By: 4th Apr 19

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Goodbye Europe, hello Londoners!

We’ve had the first two screenings of our brand new series of Movie Nights ‘Goodbye Europe’, an anthology of new short films featuring…

Goodbye Europe on the BBC Radio London

"We are not gonna talk about Brexit, honest" is how Robert Elms introduced us today on his show. Mark Currie, 1000 Londoners Creative Di…

By: 13th Mar 19

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The 15th 1000 Londoners Movie Night: Goodbye Europe

In the days that the UK leaves the EU, ​we invite the people of London to join ‘Goodbye Europe’ - a unique film screening created spec…

By: 11th Feb 19

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Windrush Stories

2018 celebrates 70 years since the arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury Docks, Essex carrying hundreds of people from the Caribbean. Wi…

By: 22nd Jan 19

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First Afghan Londoner featured on 1000 Londoners directed by Afghan filmmaker Sara Noori

Sara (left) and Elaha (right)   I'm Sara Noori, an Afghan-Canadian and a Deptford resident. I've been given the opportunity t…

By: 5th Apr 18

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Fully female film for International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we release a women-only produced film. Twelve girls and women with no previous experience in film…

By: 8th Mar 18

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