Exciting times for British Council Film as we announce three new team members who will join us later this month
The 55th BFI London Film Festival kicks off this week showcasing the best of world cinema and, incredibly, includes over 60 UK titles across its gala, feature and shorts categories.
British Council Film Team looks forward to some Brief Encounters
We’re gearing up for action at the Toronto International Film Festival next month where among other things, we’ll be supporting producer Stella Nwimo, to take part in Producers Lab Toronto.
BC Film is constantly busy out and about making sure that UK films find their place on screens the world over. Aside of our work at the major film festivals, this month and next we’ve got a huge programme ranging from Georgia to Hong Kong, from Romania to Sri Lanka, with titles screening at specialist British Film Weeks, EU Film Festivals and at special events targeting particular sectors from documentary to animation.
HistoryShop, a brand new pop-up in London's Exmouth Market, gives a chance for anyone to come in and see key films from the British Council's rarely seen archive of films.
The British Council in Afghanistan is excited to have supported four highly talented emerging Afghan Documentary filmmakers to attend the Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011.
UK films take centre stage at the premier film festivals this summer.
British Council Film was busy in Ukraine this week when Film Advisor Christine Bardsley headed out to attend the 2nd edition of the Odessa International Film Festival (OIFF).
The British Council’s presence at the Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival) focuses squarely on bringing new work to new audiences.