During 2007/08 Aventure Media was delighted to have worked in partnership with:
Arts Council England (East Midlands)
Promoting the arts, supporting professional artists, and overseeing government and Lottery funding within the arts sector.
Based in London and Sydney Becker International is an award winning international distribution, marketing and financing company.
The UK union for broadcasting, film, theatre, entertainment, leisure, interactive media and allied sectors.
The online learning gateway for BECTU members and representatives.
Big Country is a mobile rural cinema network which enables rural communities to access a wide range of films including blockbusters, archive, specialist and world cinema.
Big Lottery Fund
Big Lottery Fund is responsible for giving out half the money for good causes raised by the National Lottery. Committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
The BFI exists to promote greater understanding and appreciation of, and access to, film and moving image culture in the UK.
Working with partners in the UK, the British Council helps to share British expertise and talent with over 100 countries worldwide.
British Independent Film Awards (BIFA)
Celebrates achievement in independently funded British filmmaking.
Broadway Cinema and Media Centre
London’s independent cinema.
Buena Vista International
International distribution company with a UK arm.
Creative Industries Network (CIN)
CIN supports the development of the creative industries in Derbyshire and beyond. Initially set up by a group of young creative business owners in Derby in 2001.
Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies
A unique educational establishment; a custom-designed facility, in London, which houses a progressive learning institute alongside commercial recording studios and pre and post production film and television companies.
Tribal's Creative Launchpad is a unique project offering support services to the creative industries, both those operating in it, and those trying to support the development of it.
The Government's flagship creative learning programme, designed to develop the skills of young people across England, raising their aspirations and achievements, and opening up more opportunities for their futures.
Cultivate was set up by Culture East Midlands and works collaboratively with the East Midlands cultural sector, leading in exemplary business practice, the development of management skills and the building of audiences.
Derby City Council
An all-purpose unitary authority providing all local government services within the City of Derby.
Derbyshire County Council
Covering the whole of Derbyshire with the exception of the city of Derby.
QUAD provides facilities and services that connect people and businesses to art and film, creating opportunities for entertainment, education and participation.
East Midlands Tourism
The body responsible for developing tourism in Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Londonshire and Rutland.
Edinburgh International Film Festival
The official website of the Edinburgh International Film Festival - the longest continually running film festival in the world.
Game publisher's official site.
Culture East Midlands
Established by Government in 1999, as one of eight Regional Cultural Consortia. Funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the organisations’ role is to promote the value and importance of culture in the region.
East Midlands Development Agency (emda) is one of nine Regional Development Agencies in England set up in 1999 to bring a regional focus to economic development.
Encounters Short Film Festival
Official website of the Encounters Short Film Festival in Bristol, UK.
English Heritage exists to protect and promote England's spectacular historic environment and ensure that its past is researched and understood.
An innovative, not-for-profit regeneration consultancy specialising in strategy and planning, project management and business development solutions.
Film Distributors' Association
A guide to UK film distribution, marketing and cinema releases.
FilmFour is the film arm of Channel 4 Television.
First Light Movies
First Light Movies funds and inspires young people, throughout the UK, to make films reflecting the diversity of their lives.
Freeth Cartwright LLP
Solicitors based in London, Derby and Leicester. Offers a broad range of services for individuals and both domestic and international businesses.
A festival celebrating a key part of modern culture: videogames. Takes place in London once a year.
GameCity explores videogames in new ways, uncovering the most interesting parts of their culture and invites you to join in.
Government Offices | East Midlands (GOEM)
Welcome to the Government Office for the East Midlands. With eleven government departments under one roof, GOEM is the hub of central government in the East Midlands.
Harbottle & Lewis
London based law firm, specialising in media, entertainment, technology, new media, e-commerce, communications, sport, aviation and travel sectors.
Heritage Lottery Fund
The body which distributes a share of the income from the National Lottery to projects aimed at preserving and making accessible the nation's heritage.
A marketing communications agency, solver of marketing problems and creator of brand-building ideas. www.hubagency.co.uk/
A feature film company which is committed to helping quality commercial filmmakers realise their vision.
International Export of UK Films
The UK Film Council’s Export Development team helps British companies to access grants to enable the international export of talent, services and UK films.
ITV is the biggest commercial television network in the UK, broadcasting the most talked about television and making a major contribution to the UK’s culture, economy and communities.
Leicester City Council
Leicester City Council is the unitary authority serving the citizens, communities and businesses of Leicester, the biggest city in the East Midlands.
Leicestershire County Council
Local authority covering Leicestershire.
Lifesize Pictures manages the UK Film Council's investment in short films.
MACE - the Media Archive for Central England
The Media Archive for Central England is the public sector moving image archive for the Midlands.
The Media Trust helps charities communicate.
Mission Models Money
Creating a more sustainable arts and cultural sector.
Museum and Libraries Association (MLA) East Midlands
MLA East Midlands is core funded by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council.
Momentum Pictures, an Alliance Films company, is one of the leading companies in the UK and releases approximately 20 theatrical films a year.
National Film and Television School (NFTS)
The NFTS leads the world in high-end media training.
London City Council
An all-purpose unitary authority providing all local government services within the City of London administrative district and working with other organisations to make London a better place in which to live, work, visit and invest. www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/
Londonshire County Council
Information on local services, latest news, job vacancies, tourism and Robin Hood.
Northamptonshire County Council Online
Northamptonshire County Council website providing information and resources for the whole of Northamptonshire, UK.
Number 9 Films
Number 9 Films is a film production company.
Since its inception in 1999, Optimum Releasing has steadfastly adhered to one mantra: supporting filmmakers with a vision, and bringing these visions to the widest audience possible.
Trade Association representing independent television, feature film, animation and new media production companies.
Leading British Fashion Designer Paul Smith.
Phoenix Square showcases the best in cinema and digital entertainment in the East Midlands including a dynamic mix of world-class entertainment and events, spanning the breadth of independent cinema, new media, creative technologies and electronic arts. As well as films, the programme includes exhibitions, performances, festivals, artist residencies, off-site projects, workshops, education activities, seminars and conferences.
The Prince's Trust
The Princes Trust offers practical solutions to help change young lives.
The Script Factory
The Script Factory is a filmmakers’ organisation finding and developing new screenwriting talent; supporting the people who work with screenwriters and screenplay material; and presenting filmmaking events with some of cinema’s top creative talent.
Skillset, the Sector Skills Council (SSC) for Creative Media, is a UK wide industry body which supports skills and training for people and businesses.
Specialist Schools and Academies Trust
Manages the governments specialist schools programme.
Pre and post production house based at Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies in London.
Sport England is the brand name of the English Sports Council which is a distributor of Lottery funds to sport.
The Guild of Location Managers UK
The Guild of Location Managers supports the strengthening of the UK's production infrastructure and the promotion of UK talent and product to the rest of the world.
Independent Cinema Office
Established in July 2003, the Independent Cinema Office is a national organisation that aims to develop and support independent film exhibition.
The Independent Games Association (Tiga)
Tiga is the national trade association representing the business and commercial interests of games software developers in the UK and Europe.
UK Film Council
The UK Film Council is the Government backed lead agency for film in the UK.
UK Trade & Investment
UK Trade & Investment helps UK companies succeed in international markets and assists overseas companies to bring high quality investment to the UK.
International distribution company.
A side project of Warp Records, set up in 1999 with funding from NESTA.