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Friday, July 11, 2014

Film Hub Scotland Opportunity

From Film Hub Scotland

Film Hub Scotland (FHS), part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, is one of 9 Hubs set up across the UK to support film exhibitors to extend film choice, increase audiences and enhance audiences’ engagement with film. They are setting up a network of film exhibitors – including cinemas, film festivals, film societies and pop-up initiatives – to work together to better serve Scotland’s diverse population. Membership to the Hub is free and offers a range of funding, training and networking opportunities.
Glasgow Short Film Festival 2014
FHS has just launched an Open Programme which provides their members with the opportunity to find support for Audience Development and Programming activity that will increase the reach, depth and breadth of engagement with specialised and independent British film.

There are two rounds of funding and expressions of interest are due in by Monday 4 August and Monday 27 October. Support per successful project is expected to be within the range of £1,000–£5,000.

Open Programme Guidelines can be found online here or you can email for more information. If you’re not already an FHS member, you can apply at the point of submitting an application.

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