Watch upcoming film releases online

Film Hub Wales is offering all BFI Film Audience Network members, which includes Film Hub South East members, an opportunity to watch upcoming features and short films online.

Prevenge film still

Alice Lowe in Prevenge, available online now

To watch the films, all you have to do is sign-up to the Film Hub Wales website and follow the registration walk-through [PDF].

Once registered, you can watch a number of Welsh features, and see BFI FAN New Releases and shorts packages in full. You can also easily contact distributors to book them for your venue/organisation.

See films including:

  • Prevenge
  • Don’t Knock Twice
  • Love Is Thicker Than Water
  • A Dark Song
  • Moon Dogs
  • Mustang
  • Sonita
  • The Pearl Button
  • Best of Iris Prize
  • BFI Net.Work Shorts

We hope you enjoy the films and book them for your audiences, if you haven’t already!

(NB – All registrations are verified/approved by Film Hub Wales.)

How Gregory’s Girl taught kids about science

Cinelive and BFI Education, with support from Wellcome Trust, joined forces to deliver a project exploring the science of human attraction, all inspired by the cult British classic, Gregory’s Girl.

What’s the Grey Matter with Gregory? incorporated the much-loved 1980s film Gregory’s Girl into screenings and workshops at nine locations across the UK, from Inverness to Canterbury.

Film Hub Scotland, Film Hub Wales and Film Hub South East helped to contact and engage school groups to attend, and the workshops combined the expertise of directors, science researchers, producers, venue managers, teachers, arts professionals, and educators.

“The lesson learnt by the pupils in terms of human behaviour and relationships will hopefully be reflected on by pupils and staff throughout their lives.” – Teacher, Swansea

See more about the project in the short video below, and if you’d like to develop a similar film-based initiative, do get in contact with us to discuss your idea.