We are thrilled to announce that BFI NETWORK Film Funding has reopened for applications for filmmakers based in the South West of England! BFI NETWORK supports, develops, and champions new filmmakers looking to kick-start their career.
This time last year the future looked tragic for Bristol’s annual Slapstick festival of silent and classic screen comedy.
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.
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.
The 18 top films of the year as voted for by members of the Film Hub South West
Report on 2020 Culture Recovery Fund, administered by the BFI and Department for Media, Culture and Sport and its impact on independent cinemas in the South West, 13 Film Hub South West members have been supported by the BFI Cultural Recovery Fund receiving a share of £2.3 Million