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Cross-Border Initiative Film Event to Take Place in Belfast from 26th-29th September
04 Sep 2019 : News Desk
Film Hub NI is a part of the BFI Film Audience Network
The Initiative is a four-day, all-Ireland event, hosted in partnership by the Film Hub NI and access>CINEMA events at Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast.

The cross-border initiative begins on Thursday 26th September with an all-Ireland film programmers networking meeting. As part of Film Hub NI’s Collective project, which aims to bring film exhibition, production and audiences together, this event will feature a keynote speech from Mia Bays (Birds Eye View), case studies and a networking lunch. The event is aimed at film programmers and distributors, and hopes to encourage collaboration, knowledge sharing, partnerships and the development of a cohesive network of film programmers across the island. 

The programmers networking event is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, and BFI, through the Film Audience Network. Tickets for the networking meeting can be reserved from Eventbrite.

Following on from this event is VIEWING:SESSIONS, access>CINEMA’s yearly screening weekend (27th-29th Sept), which features three days of screenings, networking and socialising. 

Taking place in Northern Ireland for the first time in its 41 year history, the conference provides an opportunity for access>CINEMA and Film Hub NI members working in film exhibition to see films due to be released over the next six to twelve months, or those films which haven’t been seen on the circuit previously. It also provides an important opportunity for members to network with colleagues and peers and discuss relevant issues. 

Bursaries for Film Hub NI members to attend VIEWING: SESSIONS are also available. Please contact s.gunn-smith@qub.ac.uk to discuss further.

Click here to register for VIEWING: SESSIONS




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