The BFI is the leading body for film in the UK. The BFI’s ambition is to create and maintain a flourishing film environment in which innovation, opportunity and creativity can thrive.
We would also like to acknowledge the support of the following organisations:
Big Lottery Fund
Every year, Big Lottery Fund distributes millions of pounds of the National Lottery's good cause money to community groups and charitable projects around the UK including Into Film's Opening Minds Transforming Lives project.
DCAL - Northern Ireland
DCAL is responsible for arts and culture in Northern Ireland and for advising on National Lottery distribution. It funds Northern Ireland Screen which in turn supports us, the Nerve Centre and Cinemagic.
Creative Skillset develops skills and talent in the creative industries by influencing policy and by securing investment for individuals and businesses. It is funding Into Film to deliver a VFX careers outreach programme.
UK Space Agency
The UK Space Agency has teamed up with us to deliver the exciting UK-Wide project, Into Film: Into Space. They’re responsible for all strategic decisions on the UK civil space programme and provide a clear, single voice for UK space ambitions.
National Schools Partnership
National Schools Partnership works with businesses and other organisations to create successful UK educational programmes. NSP support us with resource creation, marketing and delivery of the Into Film Festival.
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness is the UK film, TV and video industry’s consumer education body, promoting the value of copyright and creativity. It supports our Respect for IP programme.
Our clubs offer is generously supported by Amazon LOVEFiLM by post. It distributes the thousands of films that clubs order each week through our user-friendly website.
Filmbankmedia licenses and distributes film and TV entertainment to many groups and is the licensing authority we work with to ensure schools, libraries and youth groups have the permissions to screen films from our catalogue.
Scottish Film is a consortium of leading cultural cinemas and film festivals. It's working with Creative Scotland and ourselves on a project aimed at achieving impact in the role of film within education, learning and the lives of young people.
BBC Get Creative
Into Film is a stakeholder partner in the BBC's Get Creative project - a celebration of the arts, culture and creativity that happens every day across the UK.
BBC Greatest Generation
Taking the lead from the BBC Two series, Britain's Greatest Generation, Into Film, BBC Learning, the BFI and the British Council invited 7-11 year olds to explore and commemorate life in the UK 1930-60 with our documentary filmmaking project.
BBC Ten Pieces
Ten Pieces is an exciting initiative for primary and secondary schools that aims to open up the world of classical music to a generation of children and inspire them to develop their own creative responses to ten pieces of music.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public.
Arts Council England
Arts Council England champions, develops and invests in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people’s lives. The ten Bridge organisations exist to improve the delivery of arts opportunities for children and young people.
London Film Museum
Bond in Motion is the official exhibition of James Bond vehicles that feature in the renowned film series. It is the largest display of its kind ever staged in London.