Supporting film culture & talent

in the South West

We are the driving force behind film culture in the region working towards a thriving and inclusive film sector, enabling more people to show, watch and make films where they are.

Covid-19 Response for Exhibitors        |        Covid-19 Response for Filmmakers

Upcoming events

  • Thu 1 – Fri 30 April

    Script Development Lab

    Online
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  • Thu 22 April 10:30-12:30

    Film Hub Members’ Meet-Up

    Zoom
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  • Tue 27 April 16:30-18:00

    NETWORKED: BFI NETWORK South West Online Networking Event

    Online
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Latest posts

Slapstick Festival Laughs in Lockdown

This time last year the future looked tragic for Bristol’s annual Slapstick festival of silent and classic screen comedy. 

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Bristol’s March Festival of Black Women’s Film is Back!

FLY! runs from the 5th until the 21st of March, connecting filmmakers, artists, academics, and audiences across the South West with black women filmmakers and their histories from Britain and around the globe. 

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Streaming for the Community – We ask YourScreen how they’ve taken South West Cinemas Virtual

The team behind Cheltenham International Film Festival has set up virtual cinema YourScreen since the festival suspended in-person activity. We talk to them about building a place for film clubs, societies, communities and independent cinemas into their online offering.

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NETFLIX Documentary Talent Fund – BFI NETWORK Answers Your Questions

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More from Film Hub South West

Film Hub South West Team

Find out more about the Film Hub South West team and who to speak to for specific support.

Film Hub South West Team

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FAN Film Exhibition Fund

Funding to support members in rebooting their cultural cinema programming.

Funding

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Why Join FHSW

Free to qualifying organisations Film Hub South West offers a range of benefits.

Why Join FHSW

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Cinema Incentive Scheme 2021

The scheme aims to encourage member venues to take more risks within their annual programme, to increase opportunities for diverse audiences to experience a broader range of cinema beyond the mainstream and to develop the UK market for a wider range of film.

Funding

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