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BFI Announces UK Film Statistics For 2013

Independent figures published today by the BFI show that the UK film industry is making a significant contribution to the UK economy. New tax reliefs for high-end television and animation…

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State aid: Commission adopts new film support rules

We thought you would be interested in this important news about the much anticipated new Cinema Communication on state aid for film from the European Commission. The Government and the…

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BFI Film Academy Scheme 2013-4

Are you 16-19? Passionate about film? Want a career in the film industry? Student Eriww discusses the BFI Film Academy 2012-3 Open to young people from anywhere in the UK…

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The 2013 BFI Statistical Yearbook

The 2013 BFI Statistical Yearbook shows UK film continued its international success in 2012, claiming a solid 15% share of the global box office (pulling in over $5.3 billion) –…

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Chancellor Launches New Tax Reliefs

The new UK Creative Sector Tax Reliefs were launched on 29 April with an event hosted by the British Film Commission. The event provided an overview of the new tax…

£700k available in Creative England’s last Film Culture Lottery Fund

Creative England’s Film Culture Lottery Fund has opened for applications with a total of £700,000 available for cinema projects in the English regions. The fund will increase opportunities for audiences…

Learn more about the BFI’s plans to invest £500m in UK film

In a plan entitled Film Forever: Supporting UK Film 2012-2017, the British Film Institute (BFI)  has announced that it will invest almost £500 million in UK film over the next five years to…

BFI Focuses On The Future With Film Forever

BFI FOCUSES ON THE FUTURE WITH FILM FOREVER: £500 MILLION INVESTED IN UK FILM OVER FIVE YEARS The BFI is investing almost £500 million[1]in UK film over the next five…

Nintendo announces new partnership with BFI

  Nintendo announces a unique cultural partnership and short film-making competition with the BFI (British Film Institute). Under this exciting new partnership the BFI and Nintendo are launching a short…

Creative England Opens for Business

Seven Board Members appointed Three Senior Managers in place Film Culture funding opens on 17 October 2011 Talent Development funding available from November Lottery transfer FAQs available now at www.creativeengland.co.uk/film-support Creative…