Our thoughts are with our members across the South West in these strange and unprecedented times. Watershed is still currently closed but we at Film Hub South West remain open and are available to discuss your projects or any concerns you may have about Film Hub support in the coming months. You can contact us via email@example.com
As cinemas including Watershed start reopening from 17 May onwards and other film exhibitors reboot, we will be sending out updates and sharing ideas via Basecamp. If you are not yet signed up, join as a member now for free.
You can find the latest updates and guidance regarding the Covid-19 outbreak for exhibitors and venues gathered on The Bigger Picture website here.
Also look out for other resources there such as this Simple Guide To Comms during closure & working towards reopening and Film And TV Charity: Support Services.
We also recommend members join the following Facebook groups:
UK Cinema Network – This group has been set up to help those of you in venues, in these trying times, to connect, share information and support each other.
UK Film Freelancer Network – A peer to peer network for anyone working freelance in film exhibition and distribution in the UK – support, opportunities and more. The useful links document will continue to be added to and please feel free to add anything you find of use to the group.
Please keep in touch and stay well.
You can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
BFI NETWORK, Encounters Film Festival, Bristol UNESCO City of Film and NFTS Cymru Wales are excited to launch this new six-month career development scheme, designed to elevate south west-based producers and directors who have a strong track record in screen-based content and are looking to make the challenging next step into long-form projects, such as their first narrative feature.
This new BFI NETWORK career development scheme is designed for south west-based producing and directing talent. Shorts2Features will run from late Sep to Mar 2023, and is now open for applications.
Ahead of the talks, we introduce the speakers who will be joining Reframing Film 2022 to discuss a broad range of topics concerning distribution and exhibition of archive and repertory cinema.
BFI NETWORK-backed short film The Thing That Ate the Birds has been selected for streaming by ALTER, an ever-expanding platform for the most daring horror across the world – and a home, community, and launching pad for filmmakers.