BFI response to DCMS merger proposal

The Board of Governors of the British Film Institute welcomes the DCMS initiative to rationalise the funding and governance of the way we support film in Britain, as announced today after a long period of discussion.

The new Film Minister has assured BFI chairman, Greg Dyke, that both the identity and critical cultural mandate of the British Film Institute will be paramount in this process.

Since its formation in 1933, by Royal Charter for the last 26 years, and as a charitable organisation, the BFI has preserved and promoted the nation’s film culture and the current Board of Governors, as custodians of that heritage, welcomes this unique opportunity to embolden and strengthen the organisation.

For more information contact:
Nick Mason Pearson / Claire O’Brien / Brian Robinson
BFI Press Office
Tel 020 7957 4833 / 8993 / 8940
Email
nick.pearson@bfi.org.uk / claire.obrien@bfi.org.uk / brian.robinson@bfi.org.uk

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