Two men eating for three

Look left, right, up, down and inside… it’s LOCO 2014

January 10th, 2014 · No Comments · Event, film, LoCo

now look here >>

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LOCO London 2013… They’re already here

January 18th, 2013 · No Comments · animation, film, LoCo

Created by Myself, Rebecca Coley (concept and filming) Animation by Carse and Waterman Music: Noémie by Bacalao

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LOCO London 2013 – Line-up announced

November 21st, 2012 · 1 Comment · Event, film, fun, LoCo

LOCO is delighted to be back at BFI Southbank for a second year, as well as new venues including Hackney Picturehouse and The Lexi Cinema. LOCO is also proud to be supported by the Creative Skillset Film Skills Fund and the Film London Cultural Film Exhibition Fund. Offering world and UK premieres and with a […]

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The Day Off

March 28th, 2012 · No Comments · film, fun, people

A highlight of this year’s London Comedy Film Festival was our world premiere performance of The Day Off, the legendary lost Tony Hancock screenplay by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. With Hancock at the peak of his talent, the film was set to be a hit. But he rejected the script, wanting a more international […]

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Smile! It’s our London Eye stunt for LoCo.

January 29th, 2012 · No Comments · film, fun, LoCo, stunt

Only one day left of the festival. If you’re in town, check out the London Eye. It’s been smiling at everyone along The Thames since Thursday to promote our comedy film festival at the BFI Southbank. You might say the eye is wheelie happy! Sorry. . .

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Save the date 26 – 29 January

November 16th, 2011 · No Comments · film, fun, people, zombies

Last night we officially launched the first ever London comedy film festival – revealing the festival line-up to the press in the shape of a good old fashioned pub quiz. Thanks to Tanqueray for supplying the gin *hic* (no hangover! Weird?!?) Here are the films and events over four nights at the BFI Southbank that […]

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LoCo is here

December 28th, 2010 · No Comments · film, people

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How to launch a film festival

December 19th, 2010 · No Comments · film, fun, people

Most of my evenings and should-be-in-bloody-bed-ings have been filled preparing for a new festival I’m helping launch called LoCo, The London Comedy Film Festival. The brainchild of my good friend Denise Hicks, with fellow LoCo members Tom James, Jonathan Wakeham and Alex Smith. LoCo’s mission is to bring fans and film-makers together to discover and […]

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