In September 2014 the DCMS published the results of the first BFI Triennial Review since BFI became the lead public body for film in 2011. The report was a strong endorsement of the work of the BFI. It acknowledged the important contribution the BFI makes to supporting and enabling the UK film industry and it recognised the benefits that come from bringing the cultural and commercial expertise for film under one organisation. The Review proposed changes to the process of appointment of the Chairman and Governors. While the BFI considers the new process of appointment for the Chair and Governors, including the implications for the Royal Charter, the Board in consultation with DCMS, has extended Peter Kosminsky’s term for one year.