ICO Screening Days is an
industry event for people who work or volunteer in the film exhibition
sector. Your request for passes will be sent to the ICO for approval, you
will then be sent an email with a link to pay for your pass(es) through the
WorldPay secure banking site. Please note that we have a limit of five
attendees per organisation.
The deadline for registration is Monday 4th January 2016.
A full refund is available for cancellations
up to Friday 8th January
If you have any problems
booking your pass(es) online please email email@example.com or telephone 0207 636 7120.
and funded passes
Full-time students can
receive a 50% discount on passes.
BFI Neighbourhood Cinema
is funding 10 passes for recipients of support from the Pilot Fund for Touring
Cinema Initiatives 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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:
Details of the films showing in the programme will be announced on our film pages and our Twitter (@ICOtweets) as soon as they're confirmed.
The final schedule will be emailed to delegates closer to the event.
Please note we reserve the right to alter or cancel screenings.
Find out more
Further information about the event will be uploaded to this section of the website, or for any queries please call 0207 636 7120 or email email@example.com.
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 film forums.
In partnership with Film Hub South West & West Midlands and Film Hub Wales.