Amanda Nevill

ceo of the british film institute

Amanda Nevill is the chief executive of the British Film Institute, the charitable body focused on promoting a greater appreciation and understanding of film in the UK. Often cited as the most influential figure in the UK film industry, her role at the BFI includes conserving the world's biggest collection of film and television material, as well as running the London Film Festival, the BFI National Library and the BFI London IMAX cinema. Neville joined the Institute in 2003 and has since played an integral role in the promotion of film in Britain. She is also involved in the BFI Film Academy, which gives young people who are passionate about film the help they need to begin a career in the industry, regardless of their background.

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