UK FILM represents the UK Film industry national and regional agencies at key international festivals and markets - Berlin, Clermont-Ferrand, Filmart Hong Kong, Cannes, Toronto and now AFM. Our aim is to help make international connections and provide clear information about our great locations, services, talent and films.


The UK Film Centre will be at the 68th Berlinale for the European Film Market from Thursday 15 February until Wednesday 21 February, open daily between 9am-6.30pm.

You can find us at Stand 39, EFM, Martin Gropius Bau, Niederkirchner Str 7, 10785 Berlin.

The UK Film Centre is managed by Film Export UK and this year our partners include the BFI, British Council, British Film Commission (BFC), Creative Scotland, Film London and Northern Ireland Screen.

Sales companies based at the centre include Amadeus Entertainment, Carnaby International Sales & Distribution, Dogwoof, Evolutionary Films, Film Seekers Ltd, Jinga Films, Kaleidoscope Film Distribution, Parkland Pictures, Reason8 Films and SC Films International. Sheffield Doc/Fest will also be based at the Centre. The UK Film centre is under the umbrella brand of UK FILM in association with UK government’s GREAT campaign.

1-2-1 Advice Sessions

During the festival we're offering film professionals interested in working with or in the UK a chance to get advice from the BFI Certification Unit and the British Film Commission.

The sessions are open to UK and international producers who feel they may need guidance on: co-producing with the UK; qualifying as a British film, high-end television production, animation, or video game to access tax relief; or making films in the UK including sourcing the UK crew, talent, VFX & post facilities, studios and locations.

Sessions last approximately 20 minutes and are available on Saturday 17 February and Sunday 18 February at the following times:

11.00, 11.30, 12.00, 12.30, 13.00, 13.30, 14.00 and 14.30

To book a place please email Nigel Cross at the UK Film Centre (ncross@filmexportuk.com) include the date, preferred time, your mobile telephone and email address. Please also include a brief description of your project and requirements.

In addition, for those unable to attend one of the above sessions we are offering a General Drop-in Session on Monday 19 February between 11.00 - 13.00. We are not taking bookings for this. Just turn up at the UK Film Centre between 11.00 and 13.00 on the 19 February and report to the Reception Desk.

Please note, for advice on applying to the BFI Film Fund please contact the relevant fund directly via the BFI website.