The Diversity Fund focuses on specific groups that are currently under-represented within the film industry. The BFI Diversity Fund closes in March 2017. There are no deadlines for applications to this Fund.
Roxy McKenna, Creative Industries Manager will be speaking at The Future Now Symposium: The Future of Art and Culture in Curating and Talent Development
CREATEiNNOVATE utilises the expertise of technologists and cross-media producers to explore innovative ways of making and distributing feature films.
Shore Scripts aim to discover new exciting screenwriting talent from around the world, putting the best scripts into the hands of the producers, production companies and agents that have the means to get them made.
Beamish Museum are seeking to work with an innovative filmmaker or company to create a promotional video that is reflective of their immersive experience and will illustrate the museum’s vision for the future.
A programme of films by Sebastian Buerkner, Saeed Taji Farouky and Jessica Sarah Rinland is presented in this temporary screening space in BALTIC’s project space at BALTIC 39.
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 has announced a new focus, EIFF Works in Progress, a showcase event for UK films, supporting them in their ambitions to reach completion, festival selection or theatrical release.
Filmmakers from across the UK are invited to apply for bespoke training in film distribution and marketing with Film London's innovative Build Your Audience course. Previous graduates include Appropriate Behaviour, Nina Forever and A Syrian Love Story.
BAFTA is welcoming applications for 2016's Breakthrough Brits from film, TV and games. Up to 20 newcomers will take part in a year-long mentoring programme.