Our Partners

We work closely with a wide range of industry partners in the screen sector to promote Birmingham as a key destination for international film and TV production.

Local

West Midlands Screen Bureau (WMSB) is dedicated to building and growing a Creative Screen Sector in the region, including games, television, film, VR, AR, online video, music video and other emerging forms.

www.wmscreenbureau.com

Local

Part of the BFI Film Audience Network and led by Broadway Nottingham and Flatpack Projects, FHM provides resources, training and funding for film exhibition with emphasis on reaching new audiences in the region.

www.filmhub.broadway.org.uk

Local

The Producers Forum are an independent organisation serving the vibrant community of filmmakers and content producers in Birmingham, the West Midlands and beyond.

www.producersforum.org.uk

Local

The RTS is an educational charity promoting the art and science of television. Every year the Midlands hub hold a series of events to showcase the wide range of existing and up-and-coming talent in the region.

www.rts.org.uk

National

Creative England is dedicated to the growth of the creative industries and invest in talented people and their ideas. They manage the West Midlands Production Fund offering financial support to filmmakers in the region.

www.creativeengland.co.uk

National

The BFI are a charity encouraging the development of film, television and moving images throughout the UK. They award Lottery funding to film production, distribution, education and audience development.

www.bfi.org.uk

National

Film Offices: UK (FO:UK) is formed of publicly-funded Film Offices and agencies across the UK and provides a forum which allows the group to share best practice and knowledge as well as discuss industry trends.

www.twitter.com/FilmOfficesUK

National

The Production Guild have over 100 affiliate companies who supply specialised service to the production industry – all approved by The Production Guild Board.

www.productionguild.com

National

Women in Film & TV (WFTV) is a leading membership organisation working in creative media in the UK and part of an international network of over 13,000 women.

www.wftv.org.uk

International

The AFCI is a global network of more than 300 trained, experienced and professional Film Commissioners with the purpose of promoting the region through the development of film, video and multimedia production.

www.afci.org