BFI2022 is the BFI’s five-year plan designed to shape the BFI’s next chapter for film, television and the moving image.
Investing almost £500 million from 2017 to 2022 made up of Government Grant-in-Aid, BFI earned income and National Lottery funding, BFI2022 outlines how the BFI will continue to focus on audiences and culture, supporting film education and skills development and backing exciting new filmmaking.
Read our current strategy and policy statements, and browse our archive of publications.Explore
DCMS triennial review of the BFI
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has completed a triennial review of the BFI.Find out more
Annual review and management agreement
The BFI Annual Review is a summary of our activities, achievements and financial statements.Find out more
The BFI’s Royal Charter
We received our original Royal Charter on 18 July 1983.Find out more
Details about BFI expense claims and Freedom of Information (FOI) requests.Find out more
Profiles of the BFI executive members, Board of Governors and the roll call of BFI Fellows.
The BFI Executive Board balances successful, leading figures from the world of film and moving image culture with senior private sector executives who bring considerable managerial and commercial experience.Find out more
Board of Governors meeting minutes
Governors meeting minutes since 2007.Read this page
The BFI is a registered charity, established by royal charter and governed by a board of nine governors (currently six vacancies).Find out more
BFI member governor
The BFI board of governors, chaired by Tim Richards, includes one member governor position.Read this page
A British Film Institute Fellowship is awarded to individuals in recognition of their outstanding contribution to film or television culture.Read this page