British Federation of Film Societies

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British Federation of Film Societies
Abbreviation BFFS
Motto Cinema for All
Formation 1946
Legal status
Non-profit organisation
Purpose Film societies in the UK
Location 15 Paternoster Row, The Workstation, Sheffield
Region served
UK
Membership UK film societies
President
Derek Malcolm
Affiliations International Federation of Film Societies, British Film Institute
Website BFFS

The British Federation of Film Societies (or BFFS) is the national organisation for the development and support of the film society and community cinema movement in the UK. BFFS offer a wide range of services and resources dedicated to the needs of community cinemas.

BFFS is based in The Workstation, in Sheffield's Cultural Industries Quarter.[1]

The president of the British Federation of Film Societies is Derek Malcolm. The current patron is Ken Loach.

BFFS has held the Film Society of the Year Awards annually since 1969. The 2012 Engholm Prize winner for the Film Society of the Year is Newcastle Community Cinema, in Northern Ireland.


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  1. ^ British Federation of Film Societies

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