Film Export UK is the trade body for companies with UK offices that sell independent feature films internationally.
The association was set up in 2007 by the great majority of the UK's significant numbers of experienced and innovative film sales companies (often called "sales agents"). The UK is one of only three countries boasting such a concentration, the others being USA and France.
The members of the association handle the licensing and international distribution of UK and non-UK produced and co-produced feature films and other audio-visual content in all genres, media and formats.
The BFI has prepared a Q&A document about Brexit and the screen sectors and it is being constantly updated as the political drama unfolds.
Brexit latest: FAQs from the screen sector
Clearcut answers are still in short supply but the document summarises the latest understanding of the effects of various Brexit outcomes on issues such as: UK in the Creative Europe programme; freedom of movement; EU citizens living in the UK; UK tax reliefs; UK co-productions with EU partners: the European nationality of films and TV programmes. The screen sector has communicated its ambitions and concerns clearly to the UK government but the future is still uncertain.
UK Film Centre at European Film Market in Berlin
For up-to-the-minute information about UK films and film companies at the latest festivals & markets, visit www.weareukfilm.com and sign up to receive updates.