This scheme funds early stage ideas for TV, radio, games and film projects inspired by biomedical science and its impact on our lives.
The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is designed for women who have more than 5 years experience working in TV, film or digital production. Applications welcome from anyone working in editorial, craft or business roles in any genre.
Third Films have launched a Crowdfunding campaign to aid the distribution of Light Years in the UK this Autumn.
The BFI are calling on filmmakers and others across the industry value chain to help shape their next five-year plan
The second Sunderland Shorts Film Festival features director Q&A’s, films from partner festival DC Shorts including Oscar winner THE STUTTERER, and professional development workshops on The Art of Steadicam and Bullet-Time Photography
Candle and Bell's Short Film Night returns in July with a special programme from Creative England's series of films called Funny Girls.
Raising Films started a conversation about the challenges faced by parents and carers working in film and television, see the results of the survey here.
Talent development programme providing financial assistance of between £1000 and £5000 to individuals working behind the scenes in the Film and TV industries.
Crowdfunder are giving away £5,000 to the filmmaker that attracts the biggest audience through The Film Crowd.
Leading sound recordist Chris Watson will showcase his practice in a special event at Tyneside Cinema as part of the programme for his exhibition 'The Town Moor - A Portrait in Sound (21 June – 24 July)
The Production Finance Market (PFM) is Film London's annual two-day film financing event, run in association with the BFI London Film Festival.
The FilmCrowd selects CREATEiNNOVATE projects Light Years and Love Type-D for new 9 month initiative.
A new sitcom written by and starring Kim Tserkezie and Miles Jupp will given a live theatrical performance as part of the BBC North and BBC Comedy Commissioning 2016 Salford Sitcom Showcase on 6 July