Welcoming Ti Singh our new Campaigns Manager to the Hub

Changes are afoot with the Film Hub team as we wave goodbye to beloved colleagues and welcome in the new!

Alice Quigley, who has been working with us as Marketing Manager for the past 4 years, doing a great job in supporting new film releases to reach a wider audience across the UK, has now left the team to concentrate on her MA in Cultural Studies and freelance projects. While we are super sad to see Alice go, we are very excited to welcome Ti Singh to the team in his new role as Campaigns Manager for Film Hub South West. Ti will be leading on the BFI FAN’s support for new releases and will be the main point of contact for the Booking Now newsletter.

Ti is from Bristol and has a background in copywriting and digital marketing. He describes himself as a dyed in the wool film nerd and he’s spent the past 6 years spreading his love of genre cinema hosting several film nights in Bristol including the Bristol Bad Film Club, which screens a mixture of curios and films that are “so bad, they’re great”. All profits from Ti’s events go to a different charity each month and as of 2018, the BBFC has raised over £30,000 for local causes, as well as hosting a number of UK premieres and even the cult stars like Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero.
Ti has also just published his first book, Born To Be Bad: Talking to the greatest villains in action cinema (perfect as a gift for every member of the family), and is currently a writer/producer on the forthcoming documentary film In Search of the Last Action Heroes.
“I’m really excited to bring my love of film and my digital marketing experience to Film Hub South West. The role is that rare position where you get to combine both your passion and your skillset and, while I face a mountain of challenges and a lot of work ahead, I can’t wait to get started on helping to bring the FAN’s New Releases to the widest possible audience.”

Now for the answer to the all important question, what is Ti’s favourite film (I hear you ask)?

Raiders of the Lost Ark –
“This film simultaneously started my love of history, pulpy adventure movies and John Williams. Plus Indiana’s ethos of ‘I’m making this up as I go…’ is something that I can easily relate to.”
We must also bid a fond farewell to our wonderful Marketing Assistant, Megan McGurk, who has been with us since May, supporting the team with all things social media, as she leaves us to move back to Manchester this Christmas.
We will introduce you to our new Marketing Coordinator, Holly Muse, when she starts with us in the New Year.

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