News and Events

BFI obligates and supports lottery funding recipients to reflect UK diversity, starting with film production

  • BFI introduces ‘Three Ticks’ to ensure BFI-supported film productions reflect and represent UK diversity both on screen and behind the camera, backed by Pact and Creative Access
  • Three ticks incentivises producers to set exemplary diversity practice across their production
  • BFI to recruit a Diversity Expert to support funded productions and provide guidance to industry
  • Approach to be rolled out across all BFI activity, including Lottery funding by 2015

Read more: BFI obligates and supports lottery funding recipients to reflect UK diversity, starting with film...

Documentary Academy Wales Network returns for 2014-15

Are you a young person and ready for the next stage in your development as a documentary filmmaker?

The BFI Film Academy scheme provides opportunities for talented and committed young people between the ages of 16–19 to develop new skills and build careers in the film industry. The BFI Film Academy is committed to providing these opportunities for young people, regardless of where they live or their background.

Read more: Documentary Academy Wales Network returns for 2014-15

Film: Don’t Look Now

Darkened Rooms and Ffilm Cymru Wales present a  spooky, pop up, candle light screening of Don’t Look Now, in the grounds of Hay Castle, on the Wednesday 28th May at 9.30 p.m. in the literary town of Hay on Wye.

Cocktails will be served by the Groucho club and tickets are available from http://tickets.boothbooks.co.uk/m-1-cinema.aspx

 Don't Look Now