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Atlanta Film Society

Positioned at the intersection of art, culture and commerce, the Atlanta Film Society brings meaning to the moving image by championing the shared community experience, fostering the free exchange of ideas, and nurturing the development of a thriving industry.


NewFilmmakers Los Angeles

NFMLA provides a forum where filmmakers can be recognized for their contributions, have open audience discussions about their projects and connect with industry professionals for insight on distribution, production, acquisition and representation.​


The New Black Film Collective

The company was incorporated in 2013, by a select number of Black-led organisations (including Black Film Festival Wales, Screen Nation, Black History Studies, Anointed Productions, Images of Black Women, Nollywood Now, Caribbean UK Film Festival and more) after some of them completed a cultural leadership training programme called The New Black supported by Film London in response to the neglect of the Black exhibition sector.


Film Fatales

Film Fatales supports an inclusive community of women feature film and television directors who meet regularly to share resources, collaborate on projects and build an environment in which to make their films.

Secret Movie Club

Secret Movie Club

Secret Movie Club: Secret Movie Club’s mission has always been to screen great movies of all kinds (on film as often as possible) in great theaters to great audiences. They have worked to build a local and virtual worldwide community where movie lovers and movie makers can connect, watch great movies in theaters and get the audience experience, and just celebrate cinema. s


International Emerging Film Talent Association (IEFTA)

The International Emerging Film Talent Association (IEFTA) is a Monaco based non-governmental organisation founded with the purpose of discovering and developing film talent from emerging regions, globally. They connect filmmakers to established industry professionals, engage cultural diversity and foster relationships that are; mentoring, inspiring and educational. IEFTA supports local, sustainable infrastructures, respect and protection of human rights, international labour law and environmental impact.


The Photography & Video Show

The Photography & Video Show is the largest event of its kind in the UK, welcoming an average of 29,500 visitors every year. It’s a show for anyone passionate about photography, moving image and content creation; attracting professional and enthusiast photographers, filmmakers, videographers, vloggers and content creators to The NEC, Birmingham over four days.


Shortly is a video-on-demand platform where Filmmakers can submit films for free and viewers can sign up for high quality entertainment. They make short film easy to find and easy to watch.Their mission is to be the platform for short film, and the place for short film fans to come together to share, watch and love shorts. They want to bring back the glory of short film & make sure that great stories do not go unheard.


Sisters Working in Film and Television (SWIFT)

Sisters Working in Film & Television (SWIFT) is a non-profit organisation committed to championing empowerment and access to equal opportunities for women in a previously male-dominated industry, by advocating for change from the historical imbalances and a legacy that discriminated against women in South Africa. SWIFT advocates for gender parity and intersectionality, across the audio-visual sector and content production ecosystem.