Birmingham Film Festival are delighted to welcome Sindy Campbell of Film Birmingham as an ambassador. Sindy has played an active role in the growth of Birmingham Film Festival and has been instrumental to its success from day one.
Film Birmingham, is fast becoming a prime location with international filmmakers and have been responsible for bringing big names into the city, including iconic Film Director Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One”.
Film Birmingham is Birmingham City Council’s Film and Television office and is committed to making filming as easy and efficient as possible by providing a one-stop shop for local and international filmmakers.
Sindy Campbell commented “I am proud to be an ambassador for the Birmingham Film Festival - Film Birmingham actively support the wealth of creative talent here in the West Midlands and BFF is a great platform for local talent to showcase their work. We’re excited to see this year’s line-up of films from Birmingham and beyond!”
Birmingham Film Festival, now in it’s fourth year, is one of the largest events outside of London helping to put Birmingham on the international map. The festival has already attracted major names including Birmingham born Nick Rhodes of legendary 80s band Duran Duran, who won an award for best music score for the movie “Intruders” in 2018.
The festival returns to the Millennium Point this year and runs from 1st - 10th November. In addition to complimentary film screenings, the festival plans to host a series of seminars delivered by local industry experts. The week will conclude with an Oscars style awards gala, where a host of celebrity guests are expected to attend.
For more information on Film Birmingham’s work visit http://www.filmbirmingham.co.uk/
For further information about Birmingham Film Festival visit http://bit.ly/bhamfilmfest.