The first year Marketing, Distribution, Sales & Exhibition MA students have been dropped in at the deep end and are spending several weeks getting hands on experience working in a range of film, television and games companies over the summer.

Marketing students at the BFI

Here’s where they are off to:

NBC Universal (media and entertainment company): Alex will be working with the theatrical marketing team on their latest release.

BIFAs (British Independent Film Awards): Briony will be communicating with Award entrants and voters for this year’s BIFAs and involved in the marketing of the ceremony.

IM Global (international film, television and music production, sales and distribution platform): Carine is supporting the acquisitions and international sales teams.

Disney: Carolina is working on the marketing of Disney’s recent cinema release.

Studio Canal (company that co-produces, acquires, distributes and sells international feature films): Dina will be working on the international publicity of Studio Canal’s latest releases.

Ourscreen (on-demand cinema platform): Yemi will be working with distributors and filmmakers wanting to release their films through this audience driven platform.

Picturehouse Cinemas: Zsofi is working in the theatrical marketing team at Picturehouse.

The Works Film Group (all rights distribution, international sales and production company): Eda will be supporting the acquisitions and international sales teams.

Dogwoof (global sales agent & distribution company): Slavi is working in the marketing team Dogwoof on their latest releases.

Course leader, Debbie Rowland said: "I’m thrilled to announce the placements for this year's Marketing, Distribution, Sales and Exhibition MA students, and I’m incredibly grateful to all of our partner companies for their commitment to the course.  One of the core values of the NFTS is to provide an unrivalled practical experience of the industry that prepares students for their careers following graduation, and these placements are an essential part of achieving this.  There is no better opportunity for students to fully immerse themselves into the film, television and games industries and to see everything they’ve learned on the course so far in action – I’m really excited for them!" 

We will be catching up with the students later on in their placements to find out how they are getting on! If you would like to work in this exciting area of the film, television and games business, find out more about the MA, which is delivered in partnership with the UK Cinema Association, and apply at

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