BFI announces a 10-year plan designed to "support the moving image", including games

The British Film Institute has announced a new 10-year plan designed to "support film and the moving image", including video games. The new initiative, entitled Screen Culture 2033, will "advocate for the value of the full breadth of screen culture, including video games and interactive work". Describing screen culture as "young, dynamic and expanding", the BFI says "it presents a wider screen landscape that encompasses film, television, digital media, extended reality (XR) and video games" and says "it has become the dominant means of communication, information and storytelling for Gen Z and beyond". Read more

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