A report into public screening facilities across Scotland, based on research conducted by Drew Wylie Ltd for Creative Scotland.
As part of Creative Scotland's Screen Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion Review, this wide-ranging survey has gathered practitioners’ experiences and views on perceived barriers to participation and progression in the film & TV industry in Scotland.
Diversity and inclusion underpins every project undertaken by the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN). We aim to bring British, international and independent film to audiences, regardless of any barriers they may face, placing access at the heart of our strategy. This is our collective strategy designed to support audiences with additional needs.
BFI2022 is a five-year plan designed to shape the BFI’s next chapter for film, television and the moving image. The plan covers 2017-2022 and builds on their previous strategy, Film Forever.
Our EOY Report 19/20 covers the period April 2019 - April 2020, and provides an overview of our funded activity, member support and development, and programming activities with our membership.
The pilot programme of the BFI Film Audience Network's New Release Strategy ran from March 2016 to March 2017 and consisted of the selection and promotion of five titles to exhibitors along with tailored marketing support. This Evaluation Report on the pilot includes sectoral research, audience research, conclusions and recommendations for the second phase of the programme.