Flatpack Festival
Film, and then some

Film Camp

Thursday 2nd May, 2019

The Bond | 10:00 - 17:00

At Flatpack 11 we launched Film Camp, a one-day training event exploring the latest innovations in film exhibition.

Now in its third year, Film Camp is back to gather together film exhibitors from across the Midlands to share their wealth of experience, and to explore fresh approaches to programming, marketing and audience development. The event is open to everyone from multi-screen venues and festivals to community cinema organisers and student film groups.

Film Camp is produced by Film Hub Midlands, part of the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN). Led by Broadway Cinema (Nottingham) and Flatpack Projects (Birmingham), we are excited to bring more films to more people in more places across the Midlands. For more information contact amy@filmhubmidlands.org

Ticket includes registration and networking, one morning and one afternoon workshop (first come first serve basis), lunch and drinks reception.

10:00-11.00

Registration and coffee

10:45-11:00

Welcome from the Film Hub Midlands team

11:00-11:20

Who Funds What? An introduction to Arts Council England and a guide to funding ‘expanded cinema' with Peta Murphy.

11:30-13:30

Workshop 1: Show Me the Money - How do you best communicate your vision to funders? Poppy Gilbert from Flatpack & Cheryl Magowan from London Indian Film Festival will show you how in this practical guide to bid writing. This session will include a group task and feedback.

Workshop 2: Opening Doors - Working to make your organisation more accessible, representative and inclusive? Jodie Wilkinson from Glasgow Film Theatre joins us to talk about reaching new audiences with their award winning autism friendly Access Film Club running since 2015.

13:30-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:30

Workshop 3: What’s the Big Idea? - Emilia Mazik director of Short Waves festival in Poland will join us to talk about large scale film projects and being ambitious, including the famed Random Home Cinema. Discussion will be chaired by Annabel Grundy from Film Hub Midlands followed by a group task and feedback.

Workshop 4: Print vs Digital - What is the value of print? This session looks at ‘offline marketing’, and how you can be making the most of your print marketing materials to reach new audiences. Stewart Terry from Broadway, Ti Singh from Film Hub South West and Sam Taylor from Deptford Cinema will be looking at case studies on innovative uses of print followed by a group task and feedback.

17:00-18:00

Networking drinks

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