Film Hub London is a collaborative network for everyone who shows films in the capital.
From independent cinemas and multiplexes through to pop-ups and local film clubs, we bring together film exhibitors from across the city to learn from and support each other.
The Hub works to make cinema more accessible and better reflect London's diverse communities, particularly in areas outside central London.
We engage new audiences with exciting screening events in every part of the city, giving all Londoners the opportunity to be challenged, inspired, moved and surprised by film.
Hub members have access to a wide range of resources, including funding opportunities, screening programmes, training, networking events and audience research.
Our membership of over 300 exhibitors all benefit from the knowledge, support and partnership opportunities offered by being part of a skilled, vibrant and diverse network of film exhibitors.
Film Hub London is part of the BFI Film Audience Network (BFI FAN), a nationwide network of exhibitors taking cultural cinema to their communities. The Network is aimed at boosting film audiences across the UK, particularly for specialised and independent British film.
“Being a Hub member offers huge benefits to anyone involved in the exhibition industry.”
Lesley Jones, Barbican Cinemas
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We are proud to announce the launch of a pilot return-to-work scheme for parents looking to get back into the TV industry after starting a family. Funded by Creative Skillset, the initiative will offer five one-month placements, which will run from April to June 2017.
This week sees smart horror film The Autopsy of Jane Doe hit UK cinemas for a special one-night screening. André Øvredal’s ultra-tense, darkly-humorous film was made in London, and produced by a team who previously worked together on Microwave film Shifty.