The awards ceremony and film search engine will spotlight award-winning films and help audiences find legal places to rent or buy them.

London, 22nd August 2016: The British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) and film search engine today announce an online partnership that will help film audiences discover and watch award-winning independent films.

As part of the ongoing #OnThisDay campaign, BIFA will spotlight award-winning films on its website and through social media, while a FindAnyFilm widget on the BIFA website will allow audiences to find how they can rent or buy the movies on disc or digital, or even see if the film of their choice is showing on the big screen. is one of the UK’s leading websites for film fans and is committed to providing clear, above-board information on how film-lovers can watch their favourite films legally. Whatever film you’re looking for, in whatever format suits you, aim to show where you can find it (and how much it costs), from cinema, Blu-ray, DVD and TV, to totally legit download and streaming services.

BIFA-winning films to be highlighted through this campaign over the next few months include:

  • The Queen

2006, BIFA winner: Best Screenplay

  • 20,000 Days on Earth

2014, BIFA winner: Douglas Hickox Award for Best Debut Director

  • Billy Elliot

2000, BIFA winner: Best Director, Most Promising Newcomer, Best Screenplay, Best British Independent Film

  • Tyrannosaur

2011, BIFA winner: Best British Film, Best Actress, Douglas Hickox Award for Best Debut Director

  • Sightseers

2012, BIFA winner: Best Screenplay

  • Le Week-End

2013, BIFA winner: Best Actress

To find out how to watch any BIFA winner from the last 18 years, on DVD, in cinemas or online, simply click on the FindAnyFilm button on the film page on the BIFA site.