The British Film Institute (BFI)

 

 


 

The British Film Institute (BFI) was founded in 1933 and is a charity governed by a Royal Charter.

The BFI combine cultural, creative and industrial roles, bringing together the BFI National Archive and BFI Reuben Library, film distribution, exhibition and education at BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX, publishing and festivals. The BFI award Lottery funding to film production, distribution, education, audience development and market intelligence and research.

Film Forever is the BFI’s five year strategic plan for 2012-2017 to support UK film. The plan covers all of the BFI’s activities and is based around three priorities – education and audiences, support for the UK film industry and unlocking film heritage.

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Sep 26th 2016

Learn how to use film in the classroom, teach literacy and improve both reading and writing skills, with this free online course

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Jul 25th 2016

Take a guided tour through the process of making a feature film and meet some of the people who make films every day. Over three weeks, The Production Guild of Great Britain, guided by respected film and television professionals, will demystify the process of making a feature film. You will discover the key stages of how a film gets made and the different types of production.

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Feb 22nd 2016

Learn from award-winning filmmakers about how films get from script to screen with this course from the NFTS and BFI Film Academy.

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