The ICO is running training days in Birmingham and York to support the activities of BFI Neighbourhood Cinema. Sessions will cover how the film industry works, audience development, archive programming, and how best to utilise social media and other marketing tools to grow your audience on a budget.
These free events are open to staff of community cinemas and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information and to apply please visit ICO’s website. Free consultancy
In support of the November training sessions, the ICO is offering a total of 5 days' consultancy support to 9 organisations, all of whom should be members of the BFI Neighbourhood Cinema
Selected beneficiaries will be allocated an advisor and will receive assistance in such areas as programming, audience development, marketing, social media, financial planning and governance.
ICO anticipate this will be a competitive scheme so please apply as soon as possible via ICO’s website