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36 short films compete for the 2019 Iris Prize

36 short films compete for the 2019 Iris Prize

Organisers of the Iris Prize have announced details of the 36 short films competing for the Iris Prize at the 2019 Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival.

Job: Project Co-Ordinator - Mental Health Awareness Training

Job: Project Co-Ordinator - Mental Health Awareness Training

We are seeking a freelance Project Co-ordinator for a mental health awareness training course for producers and Heads of Departments (HoDs) in the film and TV sectors.

Welsh shorts scheme open for applications

Welsh shorts scheme open for applications

Ffilm Cymru’s annual short film scheme Beacons is now open for applications.

How you can help The Magic Lantern

How you can help The Magic Lantern

One of the oldest cinemas in Europe is crowdfunding an essential piece of equipment.

Best British 2019 announced ahead of Iris Prize festival!

Best British 2019 announced ahead of Iris Prize festival!

Organisers of the Iris Prize have announced details of the 15 short films competing for the Best British Award at the 2019 Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival.

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Brexit and the UK Film Sector

Whilst changes are anticipated as a result of Brexit, as previously advised, central government remains committed to the continuation of funding mechanisms under UK law, including National Lottery funding for film, as disbursed by the BFI, Ffilm Cymru Wales, Northern Ireland Screen and Creative Scotland, as well as the on-going provision of UK tax credits, which can be accessed by British qualifying film, high-end or childrens’ television, games or animation.

Read our advisory notice here.