Mark Reid looks after film education programmes at BFI Southbank in London, England. He originally trained in, and then taught, English and Media, before joining BFI in 1998 as their Teacher Development Officer, where he set up MA programmes for media and film teachers. In 2006 he took over leadership of the Education teams at BFI, focusing on building programmes at BFI Southbank.
In 2012 he led a research team in a survey of film education in Europe, published as Screening Literacy, and most recently he co-ordinated the EC-funded project that created the Framework for Film Education in Europe. For the last year 6 years he has been leading the UKs participation in the international film education programme le Cinema, Cent Ans de Jeunesse.
Thursday 24 September 2015 11:45am-1:00pm
Creative Practice Presentation From a 6-year-old's first steps into creating digital media with a tablet, to research towards a European framework for film education. With speakers Mark Reid – Head of Education, BFI (UK) and Marta Nieto Postigo – Content Team, Drac Màgic.Read more