Film Hub Members’ Meet Up – August

  • Thu 26 Aug

    Film Hub Members’ Meet Up – August

    Online

The next Film Hub South West Members Meet Up comes on Thursday 26 August, from 10.30 am – 12 pm. These meetings are now occurring monthly, as activity resumes and the capacity of our members shifts in line with re-opening.

We welcome all our members (especially those new to the hub!)  to come along, get involved, discuss their upcoming plans for exhibition, as well as sharing any barriers or opportunities in a wider forum. Please note, these meetings are for Film Hub Members only. If you are not yet a hub member – find out more about joining here.

We will spend time discussing the Film Exhibition Fund ahead of the second deadline on the 6th of September, sharing some programming opportunities for members such as shorts from The Box and Compass Presents, the Community Ownership Fund recently made available by the UK Government, and how venues can get involved with our Beyond Boundaries project to support and mentor regional talent to produce and programme. We will also have Ti Singh, FAN Campaigns Manager, and Bridget Mulrooney who is the New Release Marketing lead for the South West coming in to talk about the next New Releases and support available.

If there is any other business you would like us to discuss or share, please get in touch with Neil Ramjee on Basecamp. Not on Basecamp? Email filmhub@watershed.co.uk and request to be added.

 

To register, please sign up here. You will receive an invitation to the Zoom meeting by 6pm the day before.

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