ScreenSkills and BIFA to launch new suite of inclusivity training

ScreenSkills and BIFA have announced two new advanced-level training programmes with an inclusivity focus – Anti-bullying and Harassment training and Fair Recruitment and Inclusivity in the Workplace training. The new training initiatives will be run alongside Unconscious Bias Training, previously developed and funded by ScreenSkills in partnership with BIFA and designed to challenge professionals to … Read more

Presenting the BIFA winners

In an online ceremony hosted by Tom Felton, the winners of the 2020 British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) were announced. Live from Wales, where he is filming Save the Cinema for Sky Cinema, Tom welcomed a glittering array of stars to announce the winners. Saint Maud director Rose Glass was awarded The Douglas Hickox Award … Read more

DP Ben Fordesman wins Best Cinematography BIFA Craft Award for Saint Maud

The British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) announced the first of this year’s award winners for its nine film craft categories. Director Rose Glass’s Saint Maud, which topped the BIFA nominations with 17, won Best Cinematography (sponsored by Dirty Looks) for the stunning work of cinematographer Ben Fordesman. Commenting on the win, Fordesman said: “We just … Read more

BIFA 2020 nominations announced

The nominees in the 2020 British Independent Film Awards ((BIFAs) Best Cinematography category (sponsored by Dirty Looks) are His House (Jo Willems); Limbo (Nick Cooke); Mogul Mowgli (Annika Summerson); Rocks (Hélène Louvart); and Saint Maud (Ben Fordesman). Saint Maud leads the list of nominations for the BIFAs, announced by British actors Holliday Grainger and Micheal … Read more

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