British Council Film and Scottish Documentary Institute have been busy in Libya staging a new workshop programme: Benghazi Stories.
British Council Film is very pleased to be supporting this year’s Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival in Bristol, 18 – 23 September 2012 – one of the most important dates in the international short and animation film calendar.
BC Film Adviser Will Massa feels like the pig that got the truffle as he blogs on the opening night of the Motovun Film Festival.
It’s another busy month for the British Council Film team as we work with colleagues here in London and around the world to find new audiences for British film and enable creative UK talent to collaborate with international peers.
Just in time to mark the Diamond Jubilee, we’re delighted to release two new films from the British Council Film Collection, each showing the Queen as a young Princess, which have been unseen for 50 years.
The Collection is LIVE! We launched last week and in just a few days, over 95,000 of you have clicked to view one of the fabulous films in this extraordinary Collection
Partnerships with BAFTA and the Grierson Trust take prize-winning British films to new global audiences
We're delighted to be heading to Cannes later this week, partnering the UK Film Centre - one of the busiest pavilions in the International Village, and just a few steps from the Palais des Festivals
Ann Arbor, South by Southwest and Tribeca unveil their line ups.
February has been a busy month for British Council Film
Happy Campus! British Council celebrates 10 years of support for new talent
As his 200th birthday finally arrives, the world is showing a huge appetite for all things Dickens - not least in the enthusiastic response to our international tour of over 20 film and TV adaptations of the classic novels.
By popular demand we have revived our much-loved British Film Festival in Israel, once such an annual fixture in the cultural calendars of cineastes throughout the country.
We're looking forward to an incredible British showing at this year's Rotterdam Film Fest.
British Filmmakers Take Sundance by Storm.