Heather Stewart

Heather Stewart

Heather Stewart, is now Director Emeritus, British Film Institute (BFI), where she has been Creative Director for the past 13 years. Heather has a wealth of experience, including leadership of the national film and television archive, and audience development and programming across cinemas, festivals and streaming, as well BFI publishing. She has been very active in cultural exchange internationally, as well as advisor on European funding programmes and a jury member at film festivals worldwide, and brings this insight and experience to the BSR. Heather also has a wide range of Non-Executive experience which currently includes Creative Scotland, the public body which supports the arts, screen and creative industries across Scotland, and she sits on the advisory board of the Arts and Humanities Research Council, one of the nine research councils supported by UK Research and Innovation.

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