Family Business Films (FB) are a type of film that tells the story of a family business.
They are generally produced for small, independent companies.
The concept is simple: tell the story about a family member, a business partner or employee who is important to the family business and provide a personal touch.
This includes a family of origin, a story of family members who are in a business together and an ending.
These films can be produced by film-makers of any genre, as long as they are produced by a family-owned business.
FBs have been produced in the UK, Ireland, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Canada.
There are currently over 150 FBs currently in production worldwide.
The following articles outline the film genre and how it is produced.
For more information on the Family Film industry and its production and distribution, visit www.familyfilm.org.
AFFIRMATIVE CONTENT The Film Academy is an international network of independent producers, distributors and film-maker partners.
The Film Academies programme includes the award-winning The World’s Best Film Awards, which awards top international awards to film makers, and the Film and TV Festival, which has been described as “the largest and most diverse festival in the world”.
In 2017, the Film Academy received the Royal Society’s Gold Medal for its role in bringing together a range of independent film makers and producers to celebrate their work.
The film industry and the independent film sector is increasingly becoming a place of trust, and many believe that the trust and support fostered by the Film Academy programme will continue to benefit the film industry in the future.
To learn more about the Film Industry, visit the Film & Television Festival.
The National Film Board is a non-profit organisation which is responsible for running, managing and promoting the National Film and Television Act.
The Act is the law governing the production, distribution, exhibition and exhibition of films, television, video games, music and other entertainment material in the United Kingdom.
The NFB provides the legal framework for the production and exhibition and marketing of films in the country, with the aim of making it easier for the public to access and enjoy films, in order to benefit from the wider economy.
For the latest news and updates, visit http://www.nationalfilm.gov.uk.
The BBC is an independent UK broadcaster that offers a wide variety of content including radio, television and radio documentaries.
The programme, BBC World Service, is broadcast on the BBC World service and BBC iPlayer.
The UK Government has created the Film Licensing Agency (FLA) which is an autonomous body responsible for enforcing the laws of the UK for the purpose of the Film Act.
FLA provides information and advice to film producers and distributors, and works closely with the government, regulators and courts to ensure that the Film Acts are being followed.
For further information about the UK Film Industry visit www://www2.bbc.co.uk/film.
To find out more about films, visit: www.thefilmshow.com.
BBC World has produced the following documentaries about the world of cinema.
For documentaries, visit this page for full listings.
For film, see: www2.nbc.com/film-the-film.
For TV, see http://tv.bbci.co/film/.
For music, see https://www3.bbces.com/.
The BBC World Cinema website is a free, comprehensive, interactive website that provides comprehensive and accurate information about cinema worldwide.
You can visit this site by clicking here: www3.nbs.org/bcp/worldcinema.
BBC Television, which is a UK television channel, is a global public service broadcasting service that provides news, current affairs, documentaries, cultural affairs and lifestyle content on the most important issues of the day.
For news, please visit this website: http://bcpnews.bbctv.com or by following this link: http.bcp.co-op.
BBC News, which provides live news from around the world, is the most comprehensive and authoritative international news service on the internet.
For current affairs and business news, visit bcp.bbcs.coop.