Birmingham Screen Image Network Established Sept 2011 – (BSIN) is a network for practitioners of moving image production.  It is aimed at those who produce video, film and other associated moving image media.

BSIN meets monthly and is intended as a free informal networking opportunity for people to pitch, promote, share ideas, ask questions and mutually benefit from those around the table.

The meetings are all inclusive and there is no entry requirement or ‘level’ of experience.

The networks are chaired in an informal way and will include invited guest organisations who will be asked to present short information presentations around the work and services they offer; these could include funding organisations, education providers other potential collaborative sectors and organisations intending to work with media producers.

Attendees can come along to as few or many meetings as they can, but are encouraged to attend regularly to build momentum for the network to be successful – in effect the success of the network is generated by YOU and all will benefit from a lively and varied attendance.

You can also become a member of the online network here and create a profile, blog and share links to your work or news.


4pm – 6pm on the last Thursday of each month.

4-5 (Network Agenda –  A chance to engage in the business side of the Network, discussions, presentations by key stakeholder and partner organisations and policy development)

5-6 (Social Networking – a chance to meet informally, share ideas, promote your own work and look for collaborations)

Visitors to the network are welcome to attend both sessions and are encouraged to stay for the Creative Network events hosted by Birmingham City University


Faculty of Technology, Engineering and the Environment,

Birmingham City University, Millennium Point,

Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG

You can also find us and contact us at our Facebook Group – Birmingham Screen Network


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