For your use, please find below FAN guides and digital toolkits to help you tell new audiences about your events.
Film And TV Charity: Support Services
From writing to casting, production to publicity, broadcast and cinema exhibition, the Film and TV Charity support the lives of everyone working behind the scenes in our film and TV industry. If you work in cinema, the current situation may be making you feel anxious. But it’s important to remember that you’re part of a creative community, and support is available.
A practical guide for improving the experiences of POC audiences, staff and filmmakers – and other intersections including gender, sexuality, disability, income and class.
The BFI FAN Audience Network have created a guide to safeguarding for film exhibitors. This includes definitions, tips for working with both children and adults, how to create code of conduct policies and much more information on how to create a safer environment as a film exhibitor.
Is online abuse a problem for the cultural sector? The Space have launched a guide to help you protect yourself and your organisation.
Matchbox Cineclub: Principles of Subtitling and Practical Subtitling
As part of the Film Hub Scotland Access Forum, Matchbox Cineclub have done two ‘how-to’ guides on how FAN members can make their programmes as accessible as possible. If FAN members have any questions about captioning, from cost to practicalities of work they can’t undertake themselves, then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SQIFF’s Deaf and Disabled Accessibility Guide
Work towards making your venue, events and online content fully accessible and inclusive with SQIFF’s Deaf and Disabled Accessibility Guide, supported by Film Hub Scotland.
Adapting SQIFF/Green Bottle sliding scale, Matchbox Cineclub have put together a pricing guide in order to make venues as accessible as possible by letting customers pay what they can afford.