Following the transition period, FindAnyFilm moved into phase 1, where the team focused on enhancing existing data feeds and establishing new input data feeds, stabilising the technical capacity of the site and creating a digital suite ready for phase 2.

With a refresh scheduled for March, the site and database are ready for the roll out of its extensive film data across high profile film sites.

Leading the helm on this phase of the partnerships stategy will be Action Marketing Works Ltd, Managing Director – Mark de Quervain. With proven knowledge of marketing practices together with Sales and Customer Service skills and other business disciplines, including Operations and Finance, he is the perfect candidate in ensuring that FindAnyFilm reaches its objective to get official film availability data to the consumer’s fingertips.

As Marketing & Sales Director for Vue Entertainment Limited and member of the Cinema First Board, Mark has a track record of delivering success in the Audio-Visual industry. And it’s this vast knowledge of the industry and relationships with key partnership contacts which make him invaluable to this part of the project.

Mark de Quervain
Managing Director,
Action Marketing Works Ltd

FindAnyFilm is a key project for the Industry’s consumer education strategy, so it’s vital to ensure that this initiative is successful as its impact could be significant in reducing infringement across the Audio-Visual sector. I’m pleased to be working alongside the Industry Trust in driving the Partnerships strategy forward and look forward to announcing our first partner.

Johnny Fewings

Mark’s experience and support on this phase will be instrumental in making the partnerships strategy a success. The Industry has been challenged by the issue of piracy for over a decade and since 2004 everyone has been committed to reducing the problem. With the ever changing markets now more than ever the audio-visual sector must pledge to continue combating the drivers of piracy, convenience, availability and affordability – and FindAnyFilm can achieve that.