Agnieszka Moody is the Head of International and Industry Policy at the BFI. She looks after international and industrial policy, strategy and engagement, developing and nurturing international relationships and opening opportunities for UK-based screen professionals in the international marketplace. With nearly 30 years’ experience, Agnieszka has extensive international network and in-depth understanding of international screen business and culture, including. She is currently working on the implementation of the international segment of the BFI’s new ten year strategy (2023-2033), and revisions of UK’s co-production treaties with Australia and Canada. Previously, Agnieszka was the Director of Creative Europe Desk UK, a promotion and information office of the European Union’s funding programme Creative Europe, where she helped hundreds of British companies secure funding for their projects from the EU and also organised a range of industry events and conferences promoting co-production and wider international cooperation. In 2018, Agnieszka was seconded from the BFI to Creative Scotland where, as Interim Director of Screen, she supported the launch and the first six-months roll out of Screen Scotland, a partnership of several public agencies to promote the development of screen sector in Scotland. A graduate of the Film Production Department of the renowned Polish National Film and Television School in Lodz, she has worked on several feature films including Steven Spielberg’s Schindler's List.
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