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|19-22 May||Cannes Film Festival 2017||Anna Mansi and Chantel Burrell will be hosting pre-booked 1-2-1 meetings for UK and international producers who may need guidance on co-producing with the UK and qualifying as a British film to access UK tax reliefs. You book meetings using the link on the right.||Cannes, France||We Are UK Film|
|1-3 June||Feral Vector||A festival “about making games and gamelike things” celebrating the cultural and creative side of games. The BFI Certification Unit is supporting the event, and video games analyst Colm Seeley is attending. He will be available to answer any questions about funding game projects using the creative industries tax relief and cultural test.||Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire||Feral Vector|
|13 June||Sheffield Doc Fest — Marketplace||Christopher Halliday and Margherita Modeo are on hand to talk to you about the process for certifying your film as British and accessing tax relief to help finance your documentaries or other film projects. It is part of the Switchboard session between 13:30 and 15:00. The Switchboard is located inside the Marketplace Café, upstairs in Cutlers Hall.||Sheffield||Sheffield Doc Fest|
|20 April||BFI Animation Seminar 2017 (with UK Screen Alliance)||The BFI Certification Unit in partnership with Animation UK/UK Screen Alliance are hosting a half day seminar of panels and presentations for the animation sector.||London||BFI Animation Seminar|
|6 April||Policy UK — Hit Play UK — The Interactive Entertainment Market and the UK||Anna Mansi will be on the panel ‘Funding & Investment: Competing Internationally, Monetising IP & the Video Games Pipeline’ with Alex Tutty (Sheridans) and Paul Durrant (UK Games Fund).||London||Hit Play UK|
|5 April||Digital Cities North East||The Certification Unit will be having the first of their UK roadshow workshops. It will be an opportunity to discuss current or future projects for tax relief. Further details to come.||Newcastle||Digital Cities North East|
|30 March — 1 April||EGX Rezzed||Members of the team will be on a panel to discuss the Video Games Tax Relief as well as be available for 1-2-1 meetings.||London||EGX Rezzed|
|11-13 February||Berlin Film Festival||Chris Halliday, Chantel Burrell and Margherita Modeo will be available for 1-2-1’s to discuss the UK tax reliefs, film cultural test and co-production. You can either book a time slot or drop-in sessions are available.||Berlin||Berlin Film Festival — We Are UK Film|
|26 January||Games London: Pitch Bootcamp||Anna Mansi will be giving a presentation and will be available for 1-2-1 meetings, providing advice on the Video Games Tax Relief.||London||Games London|
|16-17 January||Pocket Gamer Connects London||Julia Brown and Colm Seeley will be in attendance, giving a detailed description of how to access Creative Industries Tax Relief (CITR) via the cultural test and what CITR can be worth as a source of funding. This talk is part of the ‘Show Me The Money’ track, which looks at sources of finance for games developers in the UK.||London||Pocket Gamer Connects|
Further tax relief events are being run throughout the UK and abroad, so please keep an eye on updates. If you wish to enquire about meeting at any of these events to go through the certification and tax relief process, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.