Posted: Wed, 15 Feb 2017 16:14
Tuesday 7 March, 10:00am, Broadway Nottingham
Join us for our spring Hub Members Day at Broadway in Nottingham on March 7th.
It's your chance to talk to us about the upcoming months and the focus areas of the Film Audience Network as part of the BFI's 2022 strategy.
Look forward to hearing more about:
- Presenting our Diversity Toolkit
- Young Programmers Network
- New Release Strategy
We'll be covering any travel costs to ensure you can make it along.
You can register at the link below, we're looking forward to seeing you there!
Posted: Mon, 22 Aug 2016 11:07
The second Distributor Slate Day will be held in September, following the success of the first event last year.
Designed to build even stronger links between distributors and exhibitors, the day will see distributors - including majors and independents - present upcoming their theatrical slates to Film Hub exhibitors, showing marketing and release information, trailers, artwork presentations, and exclusive preview footage from upcoming releases.
This free event encourages exhibitors and distributors to work even more closely together to explore how they can help UK audiences experience a wider range of British and non-mainstream film.
The day will also include a networking lunch and evening drinks reception, creating opportunities for distributors and exhibitors to network, share ideas and build new and mutually beneficial relationships.
Distributor Slate Day is hosted by Film Hub London and Film Hub South East, with support from Picturehouse Cinemas. Screen International is the official media partner.
How to attend
Distributor Slate Day is a free event.
Exhibitors must be a member of the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN) to attend.
There is no cut-off date for applications however numbers are limited, so don't wait too long to reserve your place.
Contact us for details on how to register a place.
When: Tuesday 20 September
Attendance: Film Hub members only
Posted: Mon, 11 Jul 2016 11:06
BFI Consultation: Help shape the future of film
The BFI has launched a public consultation to help shape its new five-year strategy for film, TV and the moving image (2017-2022).
This is a chance to add to the debate and let the BFI know what your priorities are at an important time, when the exhibition funding landscape is being decided for the next five years.
We are encouraging all Film Hub members and interested parties to attend and feedback on the issues and priorities that are important to you and how BFI can make a difference to the exhibition sector.
Posted: Wed, 08 Jun 2016 16:00
Tuesday 5 July, 11:00am - Broadway, Nottingham
Join us for our first Audience Development Day at Broadway, where we will be drawing from our experienced staff and previously supported projects to help build your audience.
We'll be kicking off with a workshop on how you can understand data to help you grow your audience.
And in the afternoon we'll be putting the spotlight on diversity, looking at how to engage with local communities and broaden your offer.
We still have opportunities for funding this year, and this Audience Development day will establish the perfect foundation to apply.
This is a great opportunity to meet the Film Hub Central East team, and other members of the Film Hub.
Posted: Fri, 12 Feb 2016 17:23
Tuesday 15 March, 10:30am
Registration is now open for our next hub meeting at Broadway in Nottingham.
We will be announcing the details of our upcoming open calls for funding across 2016 / 2017, talking about the cultural year ahead, with a chance to catch up with other members of the hub.
We're starting the day with a special preview screening of OUR LITTLE SISTER at 10:30am, with a networking lunch at 1:30pm.
You can RSVP now by emailing Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: Sat, 16 Jan 2016 11:54
Tuesday 26 January, 2pm, The Hat Factory, Luton
We've opened up registration to all members for our first hub meeting in Luton, so RSVP to Andy at email@example.com
Last year we started running smaller collaborative meetings all across our hub region, so far they've been really successful in allowing us to meet more members and having an open conversation.