Since 2016, the BFI Film Audience Network has been creating innovative, grassroots press and marketing campaigns across the UK, all with the aim of building audiences for new independent film releases. Now, we’re looking to expand our pool of freelancer marketers, and are inviting talented, motivated marketers or promoters to a free workshop day, providing specialist training in film marketing. It’s a great chance to find out more about BFI FAN, network with other freelancers and cinemas, and find out about freelance opportunities in film exhibition all over the UK.
a collaboration of eight Film Hubs with a membership of over 1,500 cinemas, film festivals and other film exhibitors across the UK.
Working with cinemas on incredible films like A Fantastic Woman, God’s Own Country and Mustang, we’ve organised panel discussions and parties – we’ve created GIFs, zines, beermats and badges – we’ve worked with local press and online bloggers – we’ve flyered, flash-danced and Facebooked – to ensure that anyone, no matter where they live in the UK, find out about great independent films screening near them.
We especially welcome applications from people from BAME backgrounds as they are underrepresented in the industry.
If you have any access, childcare or other needs that we can help with, please contact us at email@example.com.
Fill out the form below, or if you would like to arrange a call or video chat please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is 5pm, Monday 27 August.
Helen Wright, Producer and Programme Coordinator of Scottish Queer International Film Festival (SQIFF), will host an interactive workshop focusing on inclusion of LGBTQIA+, Deaf, and Disabled audiences.
BFI NETWORK South West are pleased to present our participants for the New Voices scheme 2020.
NETWORKED is a monthly online networking event that is open to all South West based writers, directors, producers and crew who would like the opportunity to connect.