British Universities Film & Video Council

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  • Jisc Digifest 2016: 2 to 3 March 2016

    Digifest 2016 is a celebration of the power of digital. At Digifest, you’ll be able to debate and consider the critical issues affecting digital – the what, the why, the how. You’ll be able to hear more about what’s on the horizon, and be inspired by the innovation that digital is making possible. And you’ll […]

  • Using AV to Support Whole School Improvement


    Our free conference will explore how schools can use audiovisual content, supporting improvements in student attainment, engagement and teaching quality.

  • BUFVC offices closed on 27 November

    The BUFVC’s offices will be closed on Friday 27 November 2015 for our one-day event, From Shakespeare to Science – supporting best practice in student engagement, which will also include our AGM. For further details, click here.

  • Visions of Change – the evolution of the British TV documentary

    A season of screenings and special events launches today at the BFI Southbank on the evolution of the television documentary with Denis Mitchell: The Poet, introduced by Dr Ieuan Franklin. A number of events will follow, including Patricia Holland on TV journalism and current affairs; Paul Long on Philip Donnellan; John Wyver on arts TV […]

  • From Shakespeare to Science – supporting best practice in student engagement

    Date: Friday 27 November 2015 (9.30am – approx. 4.30pm) Venue: Geological Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, W1J 0BG  This one-day conference will focus on how moving image and sound can be used to enhance student engagement. The day will bring together leading experts and practitioners from across the sector to share best practice, discuss different perspectives […]

  • Popular Culture Research Symposium

    The symposium will take place from 1pm-6pm on Monday 2 November at Penrhyn Road Campus, Kingston University. This first symposium organised by Kingston University’s Popular Culture Research Unit will highlight some of the new research currently taking place in the School of Performance and Screen Studies. In a series of thee panels throughout the afternoon […]

  • From Shakespeare to Science – supporting best practice in student engagement

    This event looks at how audiovisual resources can help increase student engagement and will include the AGM, for our voting members. Book now.

  • BFI London Film Festival Education Programme

    The Education Programme for the London Film Festival starts on 17 September, building towards the Festival dates 7 – 18 October. For students, it offers special screenings of new films from around the world selected from the Festival programme, opportunities to meet a wide range of film professionals and the chance to get involved in […]

  • Making the Most of your ERA Licence

    Booking Now Open for Making the Most of Your ERA Licence Event, 7 October 2015 7 October 2015 BAFTA, Piccadilly, London On 7 of October 2015, The Educational Recording Agency (ERA) will host an event for ERA licensees from FE and HE institutions. The event – Making the Most of Your ERA Licence – will focus on […]

  • CFP: Hands-On History: Exploring New Methodologies for Media History Research

    Hands-On History: Exploring New Methodologies for Media History Research 8—10 February 2016 Geological Society, London Confirmed keynote speakers: Prof. Susan J. Douglas (Professor of Communication Studies, University of Michigan) Dr. Gerard Alberts (Associate Professor of the History of Mathematics and Computing, University of Amsterdam) ‘Media Scholars and Amateurs of All Countries and Disciplines, Hands-on!’ […]