Answered By: Nadia Woods Last Updated: Mar 14, 2022 Views: 86
University of Liverpool students and staff can now access cinema free of charge as part of the University's collaboration with the BFI (British Film Institute).
BFI Player is an online service, streaming landmark British and European independent films. You can enjoy exclusive subscription-only films and search collections including LGBTIQ+, visionary directors and black stories.
The BFI are a cultural charity, a National Lottery distributor, and the UK's lead organisation for film and the moving image.
How do I access BFI Player?
- Go to the BFI Player login page and either create an account OR sign in if you already have one .
- Select University of Liverpool from the dropdown list. Authenticate your access using your University MWS username and password.
- Once you've set up your account, you can simply login on BFI Player for the remainder of this academic year. You don't need to use the subscribe link.
- Please be aware that BFI Player is unavailable outside the UK, and rentals and festival events are not included in the subscription.
- You can sign up to BFI’s monthly student newsletter if you wish, which features film recommendations, wider BFI opportunities and exclusive competitions.