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Film Audience Network

BFI FAN New Release Strategy Round Up

The New Release Strategy is a BFI Film Audience Network initiative that supports some of the best independent films from across the globe and find a place and an audience in cinemas across the UK.

With each New Release Strategy film the BFI FAN create a comprehensive marketing pack containing everything you need to promote the film in one handy place, as well as event ideas, interesting content to share and more. This is a great opportunity for some extra marketing support for your film programme.

Find out more about the New Release Strategy films and the assets and marketing packs available here. 

Best of 2016 – Cinema For All Office Picks

The Best of 2016 lists are starting to pop up so we thought we would join in too! In no particular order, here is a list of films of 2016 that we’ve enjoyed at the cinema this year:

Mustang (Dir: Deniz Gamze Ergüven / France | Germany | Turkey | Qatar)


Creed (Dir: Ryan Coogler / USA)


Paterson (Dir: Jim Jarmusch / USA | Germany | France)


The Childhood of a Leader (Dir: Brady Corbet / UK | France | Hungary)


The Pearl Button (Dir: Patricio Guzmán /  France | Spain | Chile | Switzerland)


Grandma (Dir: Paul Weitz / USA)


Victoria (Dir: Sebastian Schipper / Germany)


Kate Plays Christine (Dir: Robert Greene /  USA)


Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Dir: Taika Waititi /  New Zealand)


Sweet Bean (Dir: Naomi Kawase / Japan | France | Germany)