Training Courses

Film Hub South East Members Forum

05/02/2020

BFI Southbank, London

Join us for our first ever FHSE Members Forum on 5 February 2020 at BFI Southbank!

Drawing on feedback from you, our members, the Film Hub South East Members Forum is designed to be a space for you to get to know your fellow members, find out about their work and explore future collaborations; as well as a great opportunity to learn about applying for future funding.

We will be hosting a variety of information sessions and workshops on a range of topics including marketing, audience development, inclusive screenings, programming archive film and best practice case studies.

You will also have the chance to hear more about the FHSE Programming Group and Young Film Programmer’s Group network and to meet the teams leading on these initiatives.

Not sure about Cross Fan and how you can access funds from these national programmes? We’ll be having a session on that too!

At this event we will also launch our 2020-21 funding schemes and opportunities, so come along and be among the first to hear what FHSE has to offer in the year ahead. One-to-one sessions with our team will be available to book on the day for you to discuss which projects would benefit your organisation and how you can apply.

Dates

05/02/2020

Fees

£20 (includes lunch and refreshments)

Venue

BFI Southbank

Registration

Registration for the Film Hub South East Members Forum is now open. Click here to register now.

Eligibility

The Film Hub South East Members Forum is an industry event for staff of member exhibitor organisations (such as the staff of Film Hub South East member cinemas, film festivals, film societies and community cinemas) based in the South East region (as defined by the BFI).

If you’re not yet a Film Hub South East member, you can apply here.

Costs

Early bird passes (please note the early bird deadline is Monday 23rd December 2019):

  • Early bird day pass: £10
  • Early bird Young Person’s day pass: £5

After 23rd December, pass costs will rise to:

  • Day pass: £20
  • Young Person’s day pass: £10

Passes include refreshments throughout the day (including lunch and the evening drinks reception) as well as access to all sessions.

Bursary support

If you require additional support to attend (whether towards the cost of your pass, travel or accommodation or other) you may be eligible for a Film Hub South East bursary. Click here to find out more.

The deadline for registration is Monday 20 January 2020. Please book early to avoid disappointment. A full refund is available for cancellations up to Monday 27 January 2020. Please note that passes are strictly non-transferable.

If you have any queries about the event, your eligibility or registering online, read our FAQ or contact us at filmhubse@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk.

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Travel

BFI Southbank
Belvedere Road
South Bank
London
SE1 8XT

The main entrance to BFI Southbank is on Theatre Avenue (off Upper Ground or The Queen’s Walk), between BFI Southbank and the National Theatre.

Walking

From Waterloo station (5-10min walk)

Turn left out of the station onto Station Approach, cross over York Square and York Road at the traffic lights. Turn left onto Concert Hall Approach, at the end of the road turn right onto Belvedere Road. Go past the Royal Festival Hall on your left, go past the Hayward Gallery on your left, and continue onto Upper Ground. Turn left onto Theatre Avenue. The main entrance to BFI Southbank is on your left.

From Charing Cross (10 – 15min walk)

Turn left out of the station onto Craven Street. At the bottom of Craven Street turn left onto Northumberland Avenue. Near the bottom of Northumberland Avenue take the stairs up onto the Hungerford Bridge. Once you have crossed the Hungerford Bridge take a left along Jubilee Gardens (along the River Thames). Walk along the river, passing the Royal Festival Hall and the Queen Elizabeth Hall on your right. You will walk underneath Waterloo Bridge, the BFI Southbank is on your right just after the bridge. The main entrance to BFI Southbank is on Theatre Avenue – walk past BFI Southbank and go round the building to the right, the main entrance is on your right.

By car

Parking is available under the National Theatre (offer Upper Ground), under the Hayward Gallery or in front of the Shell Centre. The Congestion Charge applies.

By train/underground

The nearest underground stations are Waterloo (Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) and Embankment (Circle and District lines). The nearest main line rail stations are Waterloo, Waterloo East and Charing Cross.

Planning your journey

Use Transport for London’s (TFL) Journey Planner service and live travel news

www.tfl.gov.uk

FAQ

How do I register on the day?

Registration will be held in the morning at the Film Hub South East desk outside the Blue Room at BFI Southbank (go up the stairs next to the box office and turn right). You will be issued with a badge which is your entry pass into all sessions.

You don’t need to bring anything with you except your name and organisation.

What is the schedule for the day?

We don’t have a precise schedule yet, but rough timings are likely to be approx. 9.45am to 5.30pm (followed by drinks).

We’ll list sessions and speakers on this page as they’re announced and circulate a full schedule as soon as possible.

Where will sessions be held?

Screenings will be held in NFT2, NFT3 and the Studio at BFI Southbank.

Do I need to bring refreshments?

All refreshments (including tea and coffee, lunch and the evening drinks reception) will be provided.

How accessible is BFI Southbank?

The main BFI Southbank foyer and box office entrance is on Theatre Avenue, by the National Theatre at street level.  There are stairs and a wheelchair accessible lift to gain access to the main foyer.  For full details on the accessibility of the BFI Southbank building please click here.

Code of conduct

  • We want our events to be fun, inclusive spaces for film professionals. We expect people attending and working at the event to maintain our code of conduct so that it can stay fun and inclusive. Harassment and bullying have no place at ICO/Film Hub South East events.
  • Examples of inappropriate behaviour that contravenes our code of conduct includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, aggressive behaviour, inappropriate physical contact and unwelcome sexual attention.
  • If you feel uncomfortable, or someone behaves inappropriately towards you, or you witness something inappropriate, please report it to a member of ICO/Film Hub South East staff or email info@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk. Your complaint will be treated with confidence and discretion. We are happy to help you and can help report inappropriate behaviour to the authorities, where necessary or address the problem ourselves where more appropriate. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who does not comply with our code of conduct. This code of conduct applies both in person and online.
  • If you would like to speak to an independent organisation about an issue, the Film and TV Charity have a free and confidential helpline available on 0800 054 00 00. It operates seven days a week, 24 hours a day

Terms and conditions

The Film Hub South East Members Forum is an industry event for staff of member exhibitors based in the South East region (as defined by the BFI). If you’re not yet a Film Hub South East member, you can apply here.

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How to apply

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To register for the Film Hub South East Members Forum, please select the pass type(s) and enter the number you would like to book where indicated below.

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The Film Hub South East Members Forum is an industry event for staff of member exhibitor organisations (such as staff of Film Hub South East member cinemas, film festivals, film societies and community cinemas) based in the South East region (as defined by the BFI).

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Criteria

Eligibility

The Film Hub South East Members Forum is an industry event for staff of member exhibitor organisations (such as the staff of Film Hub South East member cinemas, film festivals, film societies and community cinemas) based in the South East region (as defined by the BFI).

Passes are strictly non-transferable.

The deadline for early bird registrations is Monday 23 December 2019. The final deadline for all registrations is Monday 20 January 2020. Please book early to avoid disappointment. A full refund is available for cancellations up to Thursday 28 November 2019.

If you have any queries about the event, your eligibility or registering online, read the event FAQ or contact us at filmhubse@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk.

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