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UK films at Cannes 2020
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has clearly rocked the international festival circuit and all our friends and partners are disappointed we can’t meet with you in person at the UK Film Centre. We like to think that it is testament to the resilience and passion of filmmakers and industry professionals that so many festivals have strived to find new and innovative ways for us to connect.
We are delighted to be taking part in this year’s virtual Cannes Marché du Film (22-26 June), showcasing UK films and co-productions, providing key information about the UK industry, new films, companies, facilities, services and locations and providing a place for international professionals to connect with the UK, all online.
The virtual UK Film Centre is in association with the UK Government's GREAT campaign. This year our partners are the British Film Institute (BFI), British Council, British Film Commission (BFC), Creative England, Ffilm Cymru Wales, Film Export UK, Film London, Northern Ireland Screen, Screen Scotland and ScreenSkills and Screen Wales.
COVID-19 presents the screen sectors with unprecedented challenges. The wide ranging and damaging impacts of the virus are being felt across the entire industry and at every possible level.
As the lead organisation for film and the moving image, the BFI is working with Government and a wide range of industry stakeholders through the BFI’s Screen Sector Taskforce to shape measures to address these challenges and support the industry move forwards with recovery. We provide updated information here for all to access.
Brexit will change the way UK businesses interact with the EU, including those working in the screen sectors. For the latest up-to-date information visit the BFI’s Q&A page.
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The UK films database - a continuously expanding collection of over 10,000 features, shorts, documentaries and animation, maintained by the British Council, is a record of all UK produced and co-produced films completed since 1998.
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To visit the UK Film Centre within the Virtual Cannes Marché du Film, you will need to register for accreditation.