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We champion marginalised perspectives in cinema, and connect audiences through community building and conversation.

In partnership with cinemas, distributors and festivals across the UK and beyond, we create impactful and inclusive campaigns to build audiences for films we support.

Latest Films

News and Editorial

Our Events

  • Slow + Q&A
    Slow + Q&A
    Wed, 22 May
    Curzon Soho
    22 May 2024, 18:00
    Curzon Soho, 99 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 5DY, UK
    Next up for #ReclaimTheFrame... Marija Kavtaradze's Sundance-award-winning, SLOW When dancer Elena meets sign language interpreter Dovydas their instant connection bodes well for a romantic relationship. But when Doyvdas reveals he’s asexual, their dynamic changes.
  • Nezouh + Director Q&A
    Nezouh + Director Q&A
    Sat, 18 May
    Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds
    18 May 2024, 17:00
    Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds, 73 Brudenell Rd, Leeds LS6 1JD, UK
    We're very excited to announce our next title from director Soudade Kaadan, NEZOUH! 14-year-old Zeina and her family are the last to have stayed in their besieged hometown of Damascus in Syria. A missile rips a giant hole in their home, exposing them to the outside world...
  • Silver Haze + Recorded Q&A
    Silver Haze + Recorded Q&A
    29th March - 25th April
    #ReclaimTheFrame Partner Cinemas
    29th March - 25th April
    #ReclaimTheFrame Partner Cinemas
    Sacha Polak's captivating and intimate SILVER HAZE + recorded post-screening discussions with director Sacha Polak, lead actor Vicky Knight and our Melanie Iredale. 15 years after the traumatic childhood fire that left her scarred, 23 year old nurse Franky is obsessed with the grudges of her past.

About Us

We use our voice and platforms to advocate for access and inclusion in cinema, and for a fair, just, and more compassionate film industry.

Our Training Programmes

As well as curating events, we also offer Training Programmes.

Through our  Filmonomics programme we also offer training and mentoring to filmmakers of marginalised genders to enable professional growth and, in turn, to address the historical under-representation as creatives and leaders within the sector.

Our industry activity includes Continued Professional Development (CPD) courses and workshops for marginalised gender filmmakers/ screenwriters, and film distribution/ exhibition professionals in order to enable professional growth.

FILMONOMICS

If you're looking for a course to inspire you to fly to the next level of your career I can't think of a more brilliant, inspiring and confidence boosting scheme than Filmonomics.


I've met the most amazing filmmakers and fostered new collaborations.

Filmonomics students receiving teaching, from the tutor.

Filmonomics Training Programme

Our Accreditation

BFI Diversity Standards
Living Wage Employer
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Disability Confident Committed Certified.
Registered with the Fundraising Regulator
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