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The next BSIN will be Thursday 26th June 2014

4-6pm

Gentlemen & Ladies,… This months BSIN for the usual informal discussion, networking, promoting, making friends and drinking tea & coffee.

NB – This months Birmingham Screen Image Network will be jointly hosted with Birmingham Music Network

Also included free of charge – entry to Creative Networks

Bring your friends and colleagues – build the network !

 

 

 

 

 

 

The next BSIN will be Thursday 27th March 2014

4-6pm

Gentlemen & Ladies,… This months BSIN for the usual informal discussion, networking, promoting, making friends and drinking tea & coffee.

Also included free of charge – entry to Creative Networks

Bring your friends and colleagues – build the network !

Also – This Months Creative Networks

CM March

High-End VFX for Low-Budget Movies
Speaker: Christian Lett – VFX Supervisor, BAIT Studiowww.baitstudio.co.uk

 

THURSDAY 27 MARCH 2014, 5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PMwww.creativenetworksonline.com

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG
INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PMwww.birminghammusicnetwork.com

BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PMwww.birminghamscreenimagenetwork.wordpress.com

 

Christian Lett is VFX Supervisor at BAIT Studio, an award winning motion graphics, visual effects and animation studio based in Cardiff. Working across a variety of platforms, TV, film, music and advertising, BAIT works alongside others, enhancing their ideas, as well as creating complete concepts from scratch.
According to the trade body UK Screen, the VFX industry in Britain earned approximately £196 million in 2012/13. As the lead visual effects team for British sci-fi thriller ‘The Machine’ which is released globally this month, BAIT contributed nearly 250 VFX shots, playing a significant role in this now ubiquitous aspect of film-making. Christian will be talking about some of the challenges they faced and demonstrating their work which included matte paintings, set extensions, eye glows, explosions and green-screen car exteriors. Following a successful Premiere at the TriBeCa Festival, The Machine has gone on to win 3 BAFTA Cymru Awards, and was voted Best UK Feature at the Raindance festival. www.themachinemovie.com

THE MACHINE – in Cinemas/VoD 21 March and DVD/Blu-ray 31 March
Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting both successful business development and collaboration.
5.45pm Registration followed by complimentary food/refreshments and networking in our Cafe
7.00pm Speaker Christian Lett 8.15pm Q & A 8.45pm Event ends
To join us for this FREE event, please register atwww.bcucreativenetworks.eventbrite.co.uk

or email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call 0121 331 5400.
Alternatively, register online at our websitewww.creativenetworksonline.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also – This Months Creative Networks

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Virtually On-Air How BBC local radio is being revolutionised

THURSDAY 30 JANUARY 2014, 5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PM www.creativenetworksonline.com

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG

Virtually On-Air How BBC local radio is being revolutionised with the introduction of a new virtualised system

Speaker: Geoff Woolf, Technology Development Manager, BBC English Regions

ViLoR – Virtualised Local Radio                                www.bbc.co.uk/academy/technology

At November’s Creative Networks we heard from Graham Thomas about how BBC R&D is stretching the capability of broadcasting. In Birmingham’s Mailbox, BBC English Regions have been working on enhancing the tools used by programme makers. They’ve been developing a revolutionary new way to build a local radio studio. It will be a virtual radio station which is quick to install and can be set up anywhere where there is good connectivity. Geoff Woolf will explain the concept, how it works, why the BBC are doing this, the benefits, and where it could ultimately take the broadcasting technology sector.

Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting both successful business development and collaboration.

5.45pm Registration followed by complimentary food/refreshments and networking in our Cafe

7.00pm Speaker Geoff Woolf   8.15pm Q & A   8.45pm Event ends

 To join us for this FREE event, please register at www.bcucreativenetworks.eventbrite.co.uk or email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call 0121 331 5400.

Alternatively, register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com

 

INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM www.birminghammusicnetwork.com

BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM www.birminghamscreenimagenetwork.wordpress.com

The next BSIN will be Thursday 28th November 2013

4-6pm

Gentlemen & Ladies,… This months BSIN for the usual informal discussion, networking, promoting, making friends and drinking tea & coffee. Also included free of charge – entry to Creative Networks

Creative Networks

The Future of Broadcasting-Immersive & interactive content research at BBC R&D
Speaker: Graham Thomas, Principal Technologist, BBC R&D (www.bbc.co.uk/rd)
THURSDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2013 UNTIL 8.45PM www.creativenetworksonline.com
BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG
INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM www.birminghammusicnetwork.com
BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM www.birminghamscreenimagenetwork.wordpress.com

Details:

The Future of Broadcasting-Immersive & interactive content research at BBC R&D http://www.bbc.co.uk/rd
Speaker: Graham Thomas, Principal Technologist, BBC R&D
BBC engineers have been at the forefront of developments in broadcast technology since the founding of public service broadcasting in the UK. Whether it’s noise-cancelling microphones in the 1930s, the first transatlantic television transmission in the 1950s, Ceefax in the 1970s, digital television and radio in the 1990s and HDTV in the 2000s, or the challenge to traditional broadcasting brought about by the internet and interactive media, BBC Research & Development has led the way with innovative technology and collaborative ways of working. Join us to hear Graham talk about work at BBC R&D into new forms of content that exploit next-generation IP-based delivery, including ultra-high-definition video, immersive viewing, 3D audio and games-like content derived from video.

About:
Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting both successful business development and collaboration.
5.45pm Registration followed by complimentary food/refreshments and networking in our Cafe
7.00pm Speaker Graham Thomas 8.15pm Q & A 8.45pm Event ends

To join us for this FREE event, please register at www.bcucreativenetworks.eventbrite.co.uk
or email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call 0121 331 5400.
Alternatively, register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com

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The next BSIN will be Thursday 25th July 2013. I look forward to seeing you all there.

This month – Matt Cusworth (BCU) will take BSIN members on a tour of the brand new production facilities in the new Media building.

There will be no networks during August! – take some time out – enjoy life!

Also
Please note there will be no Creative Networks for June, July or August  but back to the usual CN, BMN & BSIN from 26 Sept onward

Fulldome, the emerging 360° digital cinema – Creative Networks at Thinktank’s Planetarium

THURSDAY 30 MAY 2013, 5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PM – WWW.CREATIVENETWORKSONLINE.COM

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG

INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM – WWW.BIRMINGHAMMUSICNETWORK.COM

AND BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM – WWW.BSIN.CO.UK

After the usual registration and complimentary food and refreshment starting at 6pm at Birmingham City University, Creative Networks are delighted to be the Dome Club’s guests at 7pm for an enthralling evening of light and sound shows and a foretaste of future possibilities for collaboration.

A big thank you to Planetarium Manager Mario Di Maggio for hosting this month’s event. Planetarium presenters Zee Dinally and Colin Hutcheson will introduce us to the following examples of the fulldome experience:

· Zee: Welcome & intro (5min)
· Colin: Demo (10min) – very briefly setting the context of fulldome’s planetarium origins and subsequent evolution
· Zee: Student work from Germany (10min) –fulldome quickly took root in German universities the mid-00’s, supported by the Jena Festival http://fulldome-festival.de
· Colin: Artist work from SAT (10min) – La Société des Arts Technologiques [Society for Arts & Technology] in Montreal has in recent years emerged as a giant for fulldome art and not connected to the planetarium industry at all http://bit.ly/satosphere
· Zee: Fulldome Dance (10min) – together with local artists we were the first in 2007 to put choreographed dance on the dome http://on.fb.me/sHEect
· Colin: Student work from BCU (15min) –Manyee & Muadh’s pieces, something Thinktank Planetarium (and the UK fulldome industry) would like to see a lot more of.
· Zee & Colin: Conclusion / Q&A – END 8.30pm

Please see attached for more details. To join us for this FREE event, please email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk

or call 0121 331 5400. Alternatively, register online at http://www.creativenetworksonline.com

Tickets are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Producers Forum present with Rebel Uncut and Creative Shift
Millennium Point, Giant Screen
1.30-5pm June 19th
“Punk Film”
Embracing the new wave of indie film making.
The Producers Forum invite you to explore , debate and rant about the new wave of film making

From old school to new school , DIY to mainstream, traditional to emerging.
An afternoon of showcases and panel debates fused with film clips and popcorn.

In conversation with prominent indie filmmakers including Peter Gerard founder of Distrify and the Raindance Festival Team.

This is a real must for those who want to make films, want to work with film makers, or who just wanna know about film.
It’s free but could change your life!

http://www.producersforum.org.uk

people can reserve tickets to the day from the birmingham made me site
http://birmingham-made-me.org/events/event/digital-and-new-media/#.UYzSXILlVo4

The way we’re living, the films of Marc Isaacs. Speaker: Marc Isaacs

New film ‘The Road’ by Marc Isaacs currently on BBC iPlayer (BBC4) and showing at the MAC in Birmingham 17 and 18 April

THURSDAY 25 APRIL 2013, 5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PM – WWW.CREATIVENETWORKSONLINE.COM

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG

INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM –WWW.BIRMINGHAMMUSICNETWORK.COM

AND BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM –WWW.BSIN.CO.UK

The way we’re living, the films of Marc Isaacs. Speaker: Marc Isaacs

Since 2001 Marc Isaacs has made more than ten creative documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4. His films have won

Grierson, Royal Television Society and BAFTA awards as well as numerous international film festival prizes.

“Isaacs has an astounding gift for getting people to open up to him and he uses film the way a skilled artist uses paint.

The result is beautiful, heartbreaking and profoundly humane.” Times Online

The Road: A Story of Life and Deathis Marc’s new film currently on release nationwide. The road in question is the A5,

the 300-mile Roman legacy connecting Holyhead to Marble Arch. Marc installed his camera at various points to record

its many travellers, weaving together numerous poignant stories of loss and the search for belonging, into a tapestry of

human experience. It’s a film that forces us to recognise the struggles and preoccupations of its characters as our own.

As proposed by his 2001 documentaryLift which sought out characters in a tower block, Marc may be British cinema’s

pre-eminent people person, locating strangeness, melancholy and joy in the urban landscape, and those who inhabit it.

He is a guest lecturer at the London Film School, the National Film and Television School and Royal Holloway University.

www.marcisaacsfilms.com

Join us for this Master class to hear Marc talk about his approach to making documentaries. See clips from his films and

ask questions. Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands,

promoting both successful business development and collaboration.

To join us for this FREE event, please emailcreative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call 0121 331 5400.

Alternatively, register online at our websitewww.creativenetworksonline.com

THURSDAY 28 MARCH 2013
5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PM WWW.CREATIVENETWORKSONLINE.COM

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG
INCLUDING THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM

Including:
WWW.BIRMINGHAMMUSICNETWORK.COM

&

BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK
WWW.BSIN.CO.UK

Theme this month;
Future Media Experiences in the Internet of Things.

Speaker: Jason DaPonte
Media experiences from weather reports, to cooking shows to documentaries, are set for a seismic shift as they become part of the Internet of Things – the network of connected objects and data that are communicating online.

As TVs, games consoles and other similar devices become connected, they will be able to provide us with more
engaging and personal experiences. Media and technology producer Jason DaPonte makes predictions about how this world will unfold.

www.entertheswarm.com

THE SWARM produces and designs digital content and services for the television, arts and culture sectors. The
company has worked with broadcasters and producers from over 20 countries on transmedia strategies and
productions. Before starting THE SWARM, Jason spent three years working in the midst of the mobile content explosion overseeing the content across the BBC’s mobile web, apps and messaging properties. Before that, he was an Executive Producer for BBC Online and a mentor/facilitator for the BBC Creative Network.

He has also worked in digital roles for: FOX, The Economist, Flavorpill, CitySearch, The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report and Dealtime.com. Jason was the Hearst Visiting Fellow at the University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Journalism.

Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting
both successful business development and collaboration.

To join us for this FREE event, please email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk
or call 0121 331 5400.

Alternatively, register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com
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Creative Networks -February 2013

THURSDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2013

5.45PM UNTIL 8.45PM

WWW.CREATIVENETWORKSONLINE.COM

Where:
BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM

INCLUDING:
THE MUSIC NETWORK
4PM UNTIL 5.30PM WWW.BIRMINGHAMMUSICNETWORK.COM

AND

BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK

4PM UNTIL 5.30PM WWW.BSIN.CO.UK

How to Make Money in the 21st Century

Speaker: Scott Cohen

Scott Cohen founded The Orchard in 1997 to foster independence and creativity in the music industry. The Orchard is a pioneering independent music and video distribution company operating in more than 20 global markets, providing an innovative and comprehensive sales and marketing platform for content owners. With industry-leading technology and operations, its creative, tailored approach streamlines the clients’ business complexity while amplifying reach and revenue across hundreds of digital and mobile outlets around the world, as well as physical retailers in North America and Europe.

Today’s digital landscape is vast, complex, and ever changing. Increasingly, it can be overwhelming for independent artists and labels to identify the best ways to promote their music online, execute their plans and ultimately generate a profit.

Scott Cohen, will discuss how the industry has changed, how successful artists have adapted while showing some recent case studies and demonstrating the tools available to achieve success. www.theorchard.com

Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting
both successful business development and collaboration.

To join us for this FREE event, please email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call on 0121 331 5400. Alternatively,
register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com

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Creative Networks January 2013

5.45pm – 8.45pm

The name’s not Bond: How can British audiences be enticed to watch British indies?

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Who: Soda Pictures and New British Cinema Quarterly

Including screening of two shorts from the NBCQ ‘Joy of Six’ 2012 programme

Scrubber – Romola Garai (20mins) and A Gun for George – Matthew Holness (17mins)

Speaker:

Edward Fletcher

www.sodapictures.com

www.nbcq.co.uk

New British Cinema Quarterly is a new programme of distinctive and original films from British filmmakers. Selected from the UK’s major film festivals, a new film is screened each quarter and accompanied by a Q&A from the filmmakers involved. NBCQ showcases and celebrates Britain’s film craft, providing opportunities for audiences around the UK to discover new films and hear directly from the talent behind the camera.

Edward Fletcher is joint Managing Director of Soda Pictures film distributors which he co-founded along with Eve Gabereau in 2002. Soda is now a fixture in the independent distribution market; releases in 2012 include TWO YEARS AT SEA, MONSIEUR LAHZAR, WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMENTARY and BARBARA. Soda also runs the New British Cinema distribution programme NBCQ, now in its fourth year. Prior to Soda, Edward managed the distribution arm of the ICA and managed cinemas in Cambridge and London. Edward holds an M.A. in Film and Television Studies and currently sits on the board of Film London and Europa Distribution.

Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting both successful business development and collaboration.

To join us for this FREE event, please email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call on 0121 331 5400. Alternatively, register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com

Where:

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG

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The next BSIN is 31st January 2013

Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham

Check the FaceBook group, Eventbrite and Twitter for details. Find all details for event in this website.

Also check for the latest details of Creative Networks at BCU

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The European Commission has announced a new call for proposals to facilitate the digital transition of cinemas screening European. The aim of this call for proposals is to encourage cinemas showing a significant percentage of non-national European works to exploit the possibilities offered by digitization. A total of €4 million is available to support the side costs linked to the purchase of digital projectors meeting the applicable international standards, to be installed in a cinema complying with all the eligibility criteria. Support can be requested for only one projector per screen and for a maximum of three screens per cinema. The closing date for applications is the 31st January 2013….

More Information:http://ec.europa.eu/culture/media/fundings/exhibition/digitisation-of-cinemas/calls_en.htm

This Months Creative Networks sees the screening of the 50 minute documentary Last Shop Standing, a collaboration between award winning film company Blue Hippo Media Ltd and Proper Music Publishing Ltd, with the Director Pip Piper, plus Q & A time.

Last Shop Standing, inspired by the book of the same name by Graham Jones, takes you behind the counter to discover why nearly 2000 record shops have already disappeared across the UK. The film charts the rapid rise of record shops in the 60, 70 and 80’s, the influence of the chart, the underhand deals, the demise of vinyl and rise of the CD as well as new technologies. Hear from over 20 record shop owners and music industry leaders as well as musicians including Paul Weller, Johnny Marr, Norman Cook, Billy Bragg, Nerina Pallot, Richard Hawley and Clint Boon as they all tell us how the shops became and still are a part of their own musical education, a place to discover and cherish new bands, new music and why they might just have a brighter future. www.lastshopstanding.com

“5***** Brilliant” – Q Magazine

More…

Birmingham based Pip Piper has spent the last 15 years making films, in 2006 he set up BHM with Rob Taylor to develop larger commercial film projects, since its formation the company has become internationally recognised, winning awards for both documentary and feature film. Pip’s passion is to discover and tell compelling stories, develop and work with great talent and to create films that communicate with impact to audiences far and wide. He is also the CEO of the “Producers Forum” a member’s led film and media based organisation. www.bluehippomedia.com

Creative Networks brings together all parties involved in screen and sound media in the West Midlands, promoting both successful business development and collaboration.

To join CN for this FREE event, please email creative.networks@bcu.ac.uk or call Dave Taylor on 0121 331 5400. Alternatively, register online at our website www.creativenetworksonline.com

Where:

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM B4 7XG

What else is on?

THE MUSIC NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM WWW.BIRMINGHAMMUSICNETWORK.COM

AND BIRMINGHAM SCREEN IMAGE NETWORK 4PM UNTIL 5.30PM WWW.BSIN.CO.UK

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Birmingham Screen Image Network continues on Thursday November 29th at 4pm. Please remember to register on FB Eventbrite or via Creative Networks at BCU.

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Birmingham Screen Image Network continues on Thursday October 25th at 4pm. Please remember to register on FB Eventbrite or via Creative Networks at BCU.

This month at BSIN we have Stephen Badham & Nicky Ball from Creative England. They have kindly agreed to be on hand to answer any questions you may have about current regional support for production, film audience development and wider questions around the regions film /video content production.

Stephen Badham is Creative England’s Senior Production Liaison Manager and covers the East and West Midlands as well as holding responsibility for relationships with a variety of national organisations. Stephen works to attract and support productions of all types into the Central England area by showcasing the region’s locations and providing facilitation services for production companies. Stephen previously worked at Screen WM but now has a wider geographic area to cover and a broader area of responsibility within Creative England’s Production and Locations Team.

You can find out more about Creative England here

Latest news, events and opportunities

50 Kisses Film Script Competition
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Write a two page script, win an iPad, get seen by top filmmakers and get a cinema release… are you up for the 50 Kisses Challenge?

Our friends at the London Screenwriters Festival are delighted to announce their new initiative for screenwriters and filmmakers. 50 Kisses is an ambitious, crowdsourced narrative feature film project set to hit cinema screens on Valentine’s Day 2013.

Screenwriters Challenge

As with all great film projects, it starts with the script. And that’s where you come in.

The London Screenwriters Festival is looking for two page scripts that are set on Valentine’s Day or Night and feature at least one kiss. Despite the date, and the kiss, it doesn’t need to be a romantic comedy. Diverse perspectives and interesting creative choices are welcomed.

If you can write, and want to be part of this exciting project (and we think you should!), then submit your script to 50 Kisses via contests@londonswf.com before 29th June 2012. Entry is free and the top 50 scripts are guaranteed to be made AND released in cinemas. For full information, go to www.londonscreenwritersfestival.com/50-kisses

The top 50 scripts will be announced on 30th July 2012.

Full terms and conditions are available on the website www.londonscreenwritersfestival.com/50-kisses

Keep up with the news about the 50 Kisses project by joining the Facebook page www.facebook.com/50kisses

Post from The Talent Circle

Friday 11th May

Creative England – launch new call for applications for Film Culture Fund

The aims and objectives of the Film Culture Lottery Fund are to ensure audiences throughout the English regions have access to a wide and diverse range of film content, to deepen and enrich audiences’ experience and to integrate the unique resources of regional screen heritage into wider film provision. The Film Culture Lottery Fund will support and extend the provision and interpretation of specialised and mainstream film in England by investing in:

  • audience development within the film exhibition sector – covering all aspects of film culture: cinemas, festivals and non-theatrical exhibition, and film education where this is linked to venues or festivals
  • access to regional screen heritage – audience focused projects using film archive in innovative and dynamic ways.

Awards range from £2,000 – £40,000.

How to apply

Please read the guidelines below carefully before submitting your application form. These guidelines apply only to the Film Culture Lottery Fund which supports activity taking place in the English regions outside London.

For the purposes of this Fund, Film Culture is understood to include film exhibition (cinemas, festivals or non-theatrical exhibition), regional screen heritage (film archive) and film education (where this is linked to a cinema or archive).

Outlined in the guidelines are:

  • a summary of the Film Culture Lottery Fund aims and objectives
  • what we are looking for, who can apply, how much you can apply for
  • project duration and application timelines
  • the application process
  • the assessment processes
  • partnership funding requirements
  • appeals and complaints procedure
  • monitoring and evaluation requirements

Film Culture Fund Guidelines March 2012

How much can I apply for?

  • The amount available for Film Culture in this round is £490,000
  • The maximum award will be £40,000
  • The minimum level of application is £2,000
  • It is anticipated that the majority of awards will be in the region of between £6,000 and £10,000
  • In exceptional circumstances Creative England may make awards over the £40,000 ceiling, subject to BFI approval.

PROJECT DURATION AND APPLICATION TIMELINES

Projects must be completed by the end of July 2013.

The application deadline for this round is noon on 01 June 2012.

Apply for the Creative England Film Culture Fund

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