Apply now for the next Euro Connection short film pitching programme at Clermont-Ferrand.
Get your LGBTQ+ short film made - #MOREFilms4Freedom is open for applications
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Filmmakers, your country needs you! A new nationwide survey has been launched to explore the unique challenges faced by the UK feature documentary filmmaking sector.
We're off to Sheffield!
The British Council is delighted to be offering the opportunity for six UK based practitioners to participate in a Research and Development Tour in Vietnam in June 2019.
Until 31 March: five short films with LGBTQ+ themes available for the world to watch online for free.
An unprecedented programme of talks, workshops and screenings – co-designed and co-organised by British Council Vietnam and Vietnam Film Institute.
Short Form: More than a Calling card?
It’s going to be another busy Berlinale for the Brits, with films across the official selection, a celebration of the work of Charlotte Rampling, many sales titles at the European Film Market, and a UK delegation taking part in the Berlin Talents programme.
A course designed to help film festivals secure bigger audiences, strengthen international reputation and improve sponsorship and partnerships.
We’re in Cannes – along with the rest of the world’s film industry – ready to shout about UK talent and find out what our partner countries are up to.
The PSVI film competition, which welcomes people from any country and of any age, is open for entries.
The 2019 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival boasts 34 UK productions and co-productions. Showing the strength of rising British talents, there are five first features selected. An encouraging 11 out of the 34 selected films are directed or co-directed by women.