Visit our film pages to see all titles as and when confirmed.
book your place, please click on the ‘Book your place’ button at the top right
of the page or click here.
for passes are:
- One-day pass: £25
- Two-day pass: £44
- Three-day pass: £60
Your request for passes will be sent to the ICO for approval. On approval, you will be sent an email with a link to pay for your pass(es) through the WorldPay secure banking site. Once you've received your confirmation email, you’ll have five days to pay.
note that we have a limit of five attendees per organisation across the whole
Please note there is limited
capacity at the venue and our events often sell out, so book early to avoid
full refund is available for cancellations up to Friday 21st October 2016.
you have any problems booking your pass(es) online, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 636
Discounts and funded passes
Full-time students are eligible for a 50% discount on passes.
BFI Neighbourhood Cinema is funding 10 passes for recipients of support from the Touring Fund and the Equipment Fund.
Passes will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and are limited to one per organisation. You will need your BFINC number to book passes; this can be found on the top right-hand side of your profile page on http://neighbourhoodcinema.org.uk.
For further information on BFI Neighbourhood Cinema email email@example.com
A number of the Film Hubs are offering bursaries towards fees, travel and accommodation for their members to attend Screening Days. For details of the bursaries and how to apply please see below:
Find out more
Further information will be added to this section of the website, but the quickest way to keep up-to-date is to follow our Twitter account @ICOTweets, where you'll get details of new films as they're confirmed. For specific queries check out our frequently asked questions or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and conditions
ICO Screening Days is an industry event open to people working or volunteering in an organisation whose primary purpose is the exhibition of films to the public.
As all of the films that are being shown at the event are pre-release titles there is a press embargo on the event, which includes social networking sites and public forums.