British Council continues its relationship with the Havana Film Festival by supporting the screening of six titles this year.
British Council USA is partnering with Paramount Pictures and the American Cinematheque to present the 4k restoration of Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet plus a live appearance onstage with Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting.
Chile shows an appetite for punk this month.
The 13th edition of the Dubai International Film Festival will this year feature a British Council supported delegation of UK guests.
This Way Up is the UK’s film exhibition innovation conference, Jointly organised by Film Hubs Scotland, North West Central and North.
Artist Jane Gauntlett is presenting her VR project In My Shoes: Dancing With Myself at the first ever UK/Indonesia arts festival, part of UK/Indonesia 2016-18.
The British director attends the fifth edition of iDocs Beijing, the first officially recognised independent documentary film festival in China.
Delegates from the British Council Film Team head to Goa for meetings at Film Bazaar.
For 16 years we have been bringing the best and most exciting new UK cinema to Ukraine in an annual New British Film Festival, celebrating UK talent and creativity through a diverse programme of feature films, documentaries and short films.
British Council Kurdistan Region (Iraq) is set to screen Kenneth Branagh’s Henry V in a refugee camp in Kurdistan in November 2016 as part of Shakespeare Lives.
Franco Zeffirelli’s classic Romeo and Juliet will screen in Paris' arthouse cinema Le Balzac on 29 November as part of its homage to Shakespeare.
British Council is partnering Cool Connections again this year to bring a fantastic selection of features to Russia for our 17th edition of our ever popular New British Film Festival.
fiveFilms4freedom 2016 - the world’s first global, digital LGBT film festival - is touring the USA live, and online audiences in the US can watch the 2016 films for free!
The UK's foreign-language Oscar contender Under The Shadow will screen for awards season voters and tastemakers in Los Angeles.
We welcome Rotterdam programmer Inge de Leeuw to London to watch new British films.
We're proud to partner on a Terence Davies masterclass and retrospective in Copenhagen.
We welcome Berlinale programmers Dominique Green (Competition) and Andreas Struck (Panorama) to London to watch new British films.
BAFTA and British Council’s annual Short Sighted programme is back for another year.
Sound Designer Steve Bond to lead new talent workshop in Caracas at ‘Baruta de Pelicula’
Don Letts and Julian Temple will head to Barcelona for the In-Edit festival.