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Future Film at Flare

See what Future Film are up to at BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival.

Future Film Flare Accreditation

The Future Film Accreditation is open to young people aged 18-25, who are passionate about queer filmmaking, are exploring careers in the industry and want to make the most of BFI Flare. Accreditation includes:

  • Access to Press & Industry screenings throughout the Festival, subject to availability
  • Online access to the Festival Digital Viewing Library (UK devices only) 21 March – 16 April
  • Access to Industry events, including masterclasses and workshops, subject to availability
  • Access to selected Industry Networking events
  • Exclusive Future Film events throughout the Festival

£20 (Incl. VAT)

To register for Future Film Accreditation, please complete the online application form. Please note that you will be asked to show proof of age when you collect your accreditation at the Festival Delegate Centre.


Future Film Accreditation Events

Subject to Change: A Video Workshop on the Impact of Section 28 on Sex Education

10:00-16:00 Tue 27 and Wed 28 March, Learning Spaces, BFI Southbank

Over the course of two days we will collaborate to produce a short video that looks at the state of sex education today. Taking our cue from Stuart Marshall’s Pedagogue (1988), we will combine archival materials, animation and interview techniques to explore the way our experience in education has shaped our queer subjectivities.

Only available to those with Future Film Accreditation. Limited spaces available on a first come first served basis. To bag a spot on the workshop please email: festivaleducation@bfi.org.uk

Future Film Shorts + Q&A

11:00 Fri 30 Mar, Studio, BFI Southbank

Join us for an exclusive screening of short LGBTQ+ films from this year’s BFI Future Film Festival and Q&A with the filmmakers.

Only available to those with Future Film Accreditation.

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