Ecrans britanniques / British screen


The origins

This association, founded in Nimes in 1997 by a team of English teachers and film enthusiasts gathered around Francis Rousselet, has set a goal to introduce one of the most innovative cinematography and the most striking of aujourd ‘hui through a festival. With the energy of his team, the combination today chaired by Isabelle Cases will this year the 19th edition of the festival Screens British / British Screen from 4 to 13 March 2016.

 The course of the festival

For 10 days, take place screenings, meetings, exhibitions and convivial evenings, which pleasantly prolong the movies. (Cf: detailed program) The British / British Screen Screens festival has become over the years a major event and a highlight of the cultural life of our region. It allows the public to discover each year an original facet of the Channel movie around a theme or a guest of honor.

Prestigious guests

The festival has hosted in the past of the outstanding personalities of British cinema: Directors John Boorman, Michael Caton-Jones, Peter Greenaway, Peter Kosminsky, Terence Davies, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Peter Lord … Actors Gary Lewis, Pete Postlethwaite, Peter Mullan, Barry Ward … But also producers, screenwriters, writers, cinematographers … See the list of our previous guests and that of « friends of the festival »


The association has about 200 members,

His office is :

Bernard Raynaud, President

Isabelle Cases, Vice-President

Francis Rousselet, Programming Director

Colette Queugniet Secretary

Jean Balmefrezol, Treasurer


Tel: 07 85 57 05 92