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  1. Not sure if you have previously reported it but there were other local/regional successes in the previously announced round of funding:

    “Birmingham International Film Society
    Award: £8,000
    The Birmingham Film Society shows independent and foreign language film.”

    “Borderlines Film Festival
    Award: £11,025
    Film festival serving audiences across the rural West Midlands”

    “Flicks in the Sticks
    Award: £6,210
    Film touring programme in rural Shropshire and Herefordshire.”

    “Light House, Wolverhampton
    Award: £12,124
    Independent cinema in Wolverhampton that delivers Flip Festival, an animated film festival.”

    “mac Birmingham
    Award: £8,700
    Arts centre and independent cinema – audience development work to support specialised film attendance.”

    Seems the Midlands did okay overall but I note Watershed in Bristol got £67k, ‘Encounters’, Bristol’s short film festival got £50k and Southend Film Festival got £20k.

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