2019 Sponsors

Deluxe Technicolor Digital Cinema (DTDC) is the end-to-end leader in mastering, distribution, localisation and key management. The partner of choice for every film from blockbusters to independent releases and from global to local, we’re how movies get to screens around the globe.


EIKON Group is an independent global provider of creative services and technology solutions for content localisation, mastering and delivery. Specialising in digital cinema, OTT, broadcast and online versioning for international markets, with state-of-the-art facilities in London and Los Angeles.


Filmarket Hub is the first online market place for Films and TV series in development. We are experts in matching projects with producers, TV broadcasters, OTT platforms, sales agents and distributors. Filmarket Hub also organises live pitch events where the best projects are presented to leading companies in the industry.


Movio is the global leader in data analytics and campaign management solutions for the cinema industry. Movio’s products are designed specifically with the challenges of movie marketing in mind. Movio provides AI tools help both cinema chains and film studios to effectively target moviegoers with their ideal movie and provides accurate measurement of the uplift in cinema attendance and spending as a result of this targeted marketing.


MUBI is a hand-curated cinema streaming service and home to the world’s largest community of film lovers. MUBI GO is a innovative new cinema-going app which gives MUBI subscribers one free ticket a week to see a hand-picked film in cinemas across the UK, free of charge.


POWSTER is an award-winning interactive creative studio and production company for over 150 movie distributors including all the major studios.
Using the latest technologies, POWSTER develops creative and engaging content, such as websites, interactive experiences and music videos.


Screen Scotland is the dedicated partnership for screen in Scotland. With funding from Scottish Government and the National Lottery, Screen Scotland is driving the cultural, social and economic development of all aspects of the sector in Scotland, through enhanced funding, services and support.

ScreenSkills, formerly known as Creative Skillset, is the industry-led skills body for the UK’s screen industries – animation, film, games, television including children’s TV and high-end drama, VFX and immersive technology. We work across the whole of the country to ensure that UK screen has access to the skills and talent needed for continued success. 


The UK Cinema Association represents the interests of well over 90 per cent of UK cinema operators. Our membership ranges from the largest circuit and multiplex operators to a many smaller single screen/owner-operated sites.