The British Film Institute is touting its recent contribution to independent cinema with news that over the past nine months, its Film Fund has awarded more than £13.2 million in Lottery funding to a slate of 20 films. Among the films funded since April are Mike Newell’s take on Dickens’ Great Expectations with Helena Bonham Carter, Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin with Scarlett Johansson, Sophie Fiennes’ documentary The Pervert’s Guide To Ideology, Sally Potter’s Bomb with Elle Fanning, and Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths. The information comes on the heels of last week’s headline-grabbing review of UK film policy that suggests the BFI’s recoupment strategy be modified with a view to returns on successful films going back to the producer for use on future projects. When the report was released, the BFI said it looked forward to considering the recommendations that would “help inform and define the BFI’s forward plan in support of the whole film sector.” In a statement today, Amanda Nevill, CEO of the BFI said: “We’re delighted to be part of such a wide range of dynamic new British films. One of the most exciting things about the BFI’s Film Fund is that we can support talented new filmmakers making their first features, and help some of the UK’s most well known and respected directors create ambitious, large scale films. This remarkable breadth of inspiring films offers such an exciting proposition for audiences, and this is just the beginning.” Following is the list of films to receive coin (and how much) since April:

Last Days On Mars (aka The Animators), dir: Ruairi Robinson
Qwerty Films Ltd
£1,000,000

Blood (aka Conviction), dir: Nick Murphy
Neal Street Productions, Red Production Company
£700,000

Bomb, dir: Sally Potter
Adventure Pictures Ltd
£1,020,000

Mister John, dir: Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor
Desperate Optimists Productions Ltd
£300,000

Spike Island, dir: Mat Whitecross
Fiesta Productions
£900,000

Smash And Grab: The Story Of The Pink Panthers, dir: Havana Marking
Roast Beef Productions
£165,000

This Is London, dir: Julien Temple
B&W Films Ltd
£355,000

Seven Psychopaths, dir: Martin McDonagh
Blueprint Pictures
£1,057,500

Broken, dir: Rufus Norris
Cuba Pictures Limited
£267,500

Fast Girls, dir: Regan Hall
DJ Films
£630,000

Great Expectations, dir: Mike Newell
Number 9 Films
£2,000,000

Sightseers, dir: Ben Wheatley
Big Talk Pictures/Rook Films
£300,000

Swandown, dir: Andrew Kötting
Fly Film Company
£215,750

Last Passenger, dir: Omid Nooshin
NDF International
£428,000

The Story Of Film: An Odyssey, dir: Mark Cousins
Hopscotch Films
£185,000

Under The Skin, dir: Jonathan Glazer
Modern Films Ltd
£1,673,744

Welcome To The Punch, dir: Eran Creevy
Beat Films Ltd
£500,000

StreetDance 2 3D, dir: Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini
Vertigo Films
£500,000

The Pervert’s Guide To Ideology, dir: Sophie Fiennes
P Guide Productions and Blinder Films
£270,000

Shadow Dancer, dir: James Marsh
Unanimous Entertainment and Element Films
£750,000