The Film Audience Network (FAN) was set up in 2012, using funds from the National Lottery to support a stronger and more connected approach to growing audiences for British and international film on the big screen.
FAN is made up of eight regional and national Hub Lead Organisations (HLO) providing a comprehensive geographic reach across the UK with the aim of increasing the breadth and depth of film available to audiences. The network develops and funds audience-facing projects at a local level.
FAN is central to the BFI’s commitment in BFI2022 , its current five year plan, to giving everyone, everywhere in the UK the opportunity to enjoy and learn from the richest and most diverse range of great British and international filmmaking, past, present and future.
Film Hub Scotland is led by Glasgow Film, funded by BFI and Screen Scotland.