BFI London Film Festival Director Says to Stay Relevant Film Festivals Must Find New Ways to Support Producers

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In a New Interview with C.M. Rubin, Founder of CMRubinWorld, BFI London Film Festival Director Tricia Tuttle shares 4 Predictions for the Future of Film and Film Festivals.

The Coronavirus outbreak disrupted film production as well as major film and entertainment events all over the world, ranging from major studio theatrical releases to film festivals. In a new interview with C.M. Rubin, Founder of CMRubinWorld, BFI London Film Festival Director Tricia Tuttle says it’s “an incredibly tough time for the film industry and it will get worse before it gets better.”

Tuttle believes that festivals will remain relevant but notes that festivals “will have to adapt to new ways of working” and find “better ways to support producers.” She shares 4 predictions for the future of film and film festivals, including more “innovation and experimentation on Virtual Festival models - digital screening elements added to film festivals in addition to live.”

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Tricia Tuttle is the BFI's London Film Festival Director.

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