BFFS (British Federation of Film Societies)
The BFFS is a national body which promotes voluntary film exhibition and represents the interests of film societies in the United Kingdom. It receives some financial support from the UK Film Council (UKFC) and works with other bodies such as local Arts Boards and the lottery commission to support film societies.
BFFS South West
We are the South West Group of the British Federation of Film Societies, funded by the Film Council. We are enthusiasts, running Film Societies ourselves, who understand the problems and rewards of bringing cinema to parts that other agencies don't reach. We are committed to extend our membership throughout the region, exploring the new technologies of DVD and computer animation.
The BFI was founded in 1933. We are a charity governed by a Royal Charter. We combine cultural, creative and industrial roles, bringing together the BFI National Archive and BFI Reuben Library, film distribution, exhibition and education at BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX, publishing and festivals.
BFI Neighbourhood Cinema Equipment Fund
Guidlines and application forms for grants to fund community cinema equipment.
Forum for stage a theatre enthusiasts
Cinema For All
Looking to set up a film club, society or community cinema? Already run one but want to build on your activities or hear some advice on equipment? Cinema For All is the place to visit.
Colour Light Output Discussion on ProjectorCentral
Useful comparison of DLP and LCD projectors.
Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits.
European Digital Cinema Forum
The EDCF functions as a network for European co-operation on e- and d-cinema activities.
FilmBank Distributors Ltd.
Distributor of licenses for film showings outside the home or cinema. This includes showings by film societies, in schools and churches, private cinemas etc.
Institute of Amateur Cinematographers
An International organisation whose aims are to further interest and education in relation to all aspects of film and video making and associated visual arts.
Motion Picture Licensing Corporation
Screen East distributes RIFE funding to individuals and incorporated companies based in the East of England. RIFE (Regional Investment Fund for England) is funded by the National Lottery and distributed via the UK Film Council and regional screen agencies in the UK.
South West Screen
South West Screen is the film, television and digital media agency for the South West of England.