In its 19th year, Borderlines Film Festival launches this Friday for the first time as an online festival, running until 16 April 2021.
Join BFI NETWORK and Festival Formula to get insights into festival strategies and explore what the short film circuit might look like post COVID-19 and…
Lucie, Major Programmes Assistant at Film Hub Midlands travelled to the Netherlands for IFFR 2020.
Melissa Gueneau, programmer at Broadway travelled to Sundance 2020.
CineQ has released the full programme of screenings, events and dining experiences for this year's festival, taking place across Birmingham between Thursday 26 and Sunday…
Bean Flicks: Ethics & Desires takes place in Birmingham across 14 and 15 February
Runs from 26-29 March 2020 and the first films have been announced.
Russell from Stoke Film Theatre attended the BFI London Film Festival 2019.
Birmingham’s festival of queer arts has always had a strong cinematic element, and this year’s collection of wonderfully eclectic events is no different.
The Screening Rights Film Festival takes place between Thursday 21 and Sunday 24 November across Birmingham and Coventry.
The festival takes place from Thursday 14 to Sunday 17 November and features special guests, previews, talks, workshops, shorts and the Paracinema strand.
Jade from Northampton Filmhouse attended the BFI London Film Festival 2019.