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become a member.

With over 120 members, The Producers’ Forum is the largest screen sector membership organisation in the West Midlands.


Join today and become part of a network with over 15 years' experience and commitment to helping regional creatives to succeed.

Please fill out the sign up form before going to PayPal to purchase your membership. This gives us the chance to know a little bit more about you as a member.

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Please follow the Subscribe button which takes you to Paypal, from there you can complete the payment process and become a member.

THE BENEFITS of becoming a member

Your £25 gets you:

  • The chance to be part of and to contribute to the success of the regional screen community via volunteering opportunities, events and training.

  • Early bird access and discounts to The Producers’ Forum events

  • Publicity for your film projects via our newsletter and social media

  • Meet a member profile opportunity in the newsletter and on the website

  • Opportunity to share your work with other members at our Screen Bytes quarterly screenings

  • Annual membership to The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen

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For £27.50/yr (includes £2.50 payment processing fee)

Payment will renew automatically on your payment anniversary unless cancelled in advance via Paypal or by contacting us.

If you would prefer to pay by bank transfer or cheque, please contact us

You can use a PayPal account or your Credit or Debit Card to complete the transaction. A small transaction fee will apply. The system will then email you links to activate your account on this website - please check your Spam folders if these emails do not appear within a few hours, and email us if there are any further problems.

* Booking fee of £2.50 applies to all Paypal and credit card purchases.


connecting the screen sector in the west midlands.

The Producers’ Forum, through its various industry initiatives, is an ever present pulse at the beating heart of the vibrant independent film making culture in the city and region...
— Roger Shannon, Executive Producer and Professor of Film

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