All Film Hub members and strategic partners are warmly invited to join in our annual Members’ Advisory Forum.
It’s a collective space for our growing and increasingly diverse membership to get involved in shaping Film Hub South West’s strategic plans for the year ahead.
We will share highlights from the first 18 months of Film Hub South West in the context of the BFI2022 and findings from an annual members survey to kick start a reflection on the opportunities and challenges for film exhibitors in the South region.
Whether you’re new to film exhibition, or you’re an established film venue or festival, we want to hear what’s working, what’s not working and explore your ideas for the future of the hub and wider BFI Film Audience Network so that we can be as responsive as possible to your needs and the opportunities ahead. There’ll be plenty of time for discussion and a chance to network with other members and with the Film Hub team.
We will start the day with a preview screening of The Peanut Butter Falcon.
More details around the format of the day, which will include a number of interactive elements will be released soon.
Film Hub South West is delighted to be working with BFI Distribution to support the regional release of Mark Jenkin's newest feature film, Bait, in the South West.
I.D. Screening Days (Inclusion & Diversity) is your chance to explore current debates around inclusion and diversity in film exhibition and further afield.
Sea Change provides a dedicated space for women in the industry to develop professionally and personally