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Call for case studies on inclusive screenings

Share best practice and lessons learned within the network. Showcase your successes and support your peers in making cinema truly inclusive.

As part of the work the BFI Film Audience Network are carrying out to make inclusive cinema a reality at more venues, we would like to ask you to submit a short written case study for an inclusive project that you have run.

Your case study should be short in length and focus on the achievements and lessons learned.

We are considering the following audience groups: BAME, LGBT+, d/Deaf and HOH, blind and v/i, autism spectrum disorders, learning disabled, physically disabled, mentally ill, refugee, low socio-economic groups, people living with dementia, rural/isolated.

See The Bigger Picture for example case studies.

Your case study should cover:

  • Project overview - why the project matters, what the aims were and headline results, as well as info on film titles, key partnerships and budget.
  • Learning outcomes - what worked, what didn't work, what you'd do differently if you did it again
  • Impact - awareness & attitudes, diversity, knowledge & experience
  • Testimonials - from participants, partners and audience members
  • Resources - any useful tips/documents/assets you may have produced
Please download the Inclusive Screening Case Study template


Please submit a case study using the above template, plus high-res photos of your activity, to Toki Allison, BFI FAN Access Officer, by Tuesday 25 July.

Image: Africa in Motion screening, Glasgow 2016

3 July 2017

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