UK/Korea 2017–18 is programmed in association with a host of partners:

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Arts Council England

Arts Council England is the national development agency for arts and culture in England, championing and investing in a range of artforms and disciplines.

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Arts Council Korea

Arts Council Korea (ARKO) is a state funded‚ non-profit funding agency for arts which aims to make the arts more central to the lives of Korean citizens by supporting arts organisations and artists in and abroad through grant-giving services and programmes. 

BFI Flare

London LGBT Film Festival is the UK’s longest running LGBT film event. It began in 1986 as Gay’s Own Pictures. By its 3rd edition it was tagged the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and since then has grown to become the largest LGBT film event in the UK, and its most anticipated. The Festival changed its name to BFI Flare in 2014 to reflect the increasing diversity of its films, filmmakers and audience. 

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Creative Scotland

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits there.

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Culture and Historic Environment Division, Scottish Government

The Culture and Historic Environment Division of the Scottish Government’s purpose is to enable the success of culture, heritage and creative excellence. Their vision is for a nation where artists and world class cultural economy thrives and their culture and heritage enjoys international renown.

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GREAT Britain Campaign

The GREAT Britain campaign is the British Government’s most ambitious international marketing campaign ever, showcasing the very best of what Britain has to offer to encourage the world to visit, study and do business with the UK. 

Korea Arts and Culture Education Service

KACES is a public agency under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea. Through systematic and comprehensive support for arts and culture education, KACES operates various programs involving Arts Education for Schools and Communities, HR Training for teaching artists, Policy Research, Contents Development, Public Relations, and International Cooperation.