This site is designed to be used, by Members, Producers, Students, Press and Public.
There is across the board information for everyone.

On this page we are writing requirements on use.
As we are a non-profit organisation and offer so much information without charge; we must prohibit use for private companies and individuals for private profit.


Privacy Policy - GDPR May 2018

The British Film Designers Guild (BFDG) takes the integrity of personal data very seriously and complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means your right to privacy is protected in law. If you apply or become a member, we will ask you to read and agree to our privacy notice which sets out how your data is used, and what your rights are. BFDG Admin team and Officers will ensure your data is not used for unrequested marketing or shared with any third party you do not know about, and you have control of how your data is used and how the BFDG communicates with you.  For more information go to the ICO website

You will also find a fully updated version of the BFDG Privacy Policy at the bottom of this page.


B.F.D.G. logos

You are welcome to use our logo to signify your memberships status.

We use various formats full colour, black & white also portrait and landscape options. This link does benefit web traffic for both of us, as search engines like this kind of cross referencing.

We do reserve the rights on usage and the manner on which it is used. Please do not infer endorsement or assurance from the BFDG or misleading methods to your services or skills. You are however welcome to refer to your current membership status in a seemly manner.

B.F.D.G. posters

By supporting us, you advertise and support yourself.

Together we are stronger....and all that !

Please print off this A3 poster and pin it up in your Art Dept kitchen.

You are welcome to use our logo to signify your memberships status.

As we link to your website it helps both of us if we are cross-linked. It's kinda a search engine thing. So please add us as a link.

The latest installment from the Bond Franchise worked on by BFDG members Art Director Mark Harris & Tamari Marini, Storyboard Artist Jim Cornish & Nic Pelham, Assistant Art Director Hugh McClellan and  Lydia Fry.