Cannes Film Festival 2018

The UK Film Centre was open in Cannes from Tuesday 8th May until Thursday 17th at Pavilion 117 in the International Village Riviera.

Open daily from 9am – 6pm, the Centre hosted topical industry events, showcased UK films and co-productions, acted as an information point for the UK film industry and offered meeting spaces and a café – this year we were offering a free teapigs tea to all delegates!

Our UK Film Centre partners included the British Film Institute (BFI), British Council, British Film Commission (BFC), Creative Scotland, Creative Skillset, Film Export UK, Film London and Northern Ireland Screen - in association with the UK government's GREAT campaign.

This year are sponsored partners were Elstree Studios, Harbottle & Lewis, Media Servicing, teapigs and Tiny Rebel.
Discussions, Panels and Talks

Event Videos

View our Talent Talks with filmmakers in Competition, practical panels on finance and festivals and topical discussions....

Talent Talk: Whitney

Oscar and BAFTA-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald (Marley), two-time Oscar-winning producer Simon Chinn (Man on Wire, Searching for Sugar… Read more

Maximising International Incentives

Broaden your horizons and expand your budget

(In association with the British Film Commission) International producers are increasingly choosing the UK and Europe for world-class… Read more

How to Budget the Inclusion Rider

We heard it first at the Oscars, but is it now a reality?

If A-list talent build inclusion into their riders, can it really create a representative and inclusive industry? An… Read more

Changing Role of Agents

International agents on packaging projects and working with ta

(In association with Screen International) Increasingly central to brokering financing deals as well as repping talent, international agents… Read more

Blockchain 101

What is Blockchain and can it revolutionise film financing?

What is Blockchain, why everyone is talking about it and will it revolutionise film financing and distribution? Hear… Read more

The New Dealmakers

How are international companies successfully adapting to a changing marketplace.

Traditional financing models are disappearing, but with audiences hungry for content on screens of all sizes, the smart… Read more

Brexit Update

Leaving the EU but staying in Europe

Although the full impact of the UK exiting the EU is unclear, the UK film sector is committed… Read more

Small Films, Big Impact

How Short Filmmakers can make the most of the International Festival Circuit

(In association with the British Council) Experienced producers and directors are joined by an international shorts programmer and… Read more

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