British Film Institute Survey 2005
Date posted: 14.12.2005
The purpose of the British Film Institute (bfi) is to champion moving image culture in all its richness and diversity, across the UK, for the benefit of as wide an audience as possible. Fill out their simple questionnaire to help them fulfil this aim.
The bfi is committed to improving the quality and accessibility of its film and television-related services. As a London organisation they need to know as much as possible about audiences. It is also beneficial for them to analyse how their services are perceived and perhaps even how to improve upon them. They want to create and encourage debate – if you would you like to express an opinion and have your voice heard then this is one way to achieve it.
As a thank you for taking part the bfi will enter your name into an exclusive prize draw to win ten bfi DVDs and a copy of bfi publishing's The Ultimate Film featuring the UK's 100 most popular films with an introduction by Jonathan Ross.