Tyneside Cinema will be hosting a rare screening of BREAK MY FALL (Dir: Kanchi Wichmann) as part of the Scottish Queer International Film Festival’s touring programme
Lizzie Oxby is an award winning filmmaker. She specialises in creating innovative film worlds, using an atmospheric blend of live action with animation.
With feature film BLISS! currently in post-production, director Rita Osei talks to screenwriter Alex Ferguson about this project and its place in his long and distinguished career
The Pulse BRITDOC Genesis Fund is an international film fund supporting the inception of long form feature documentaries driven by imaginative and innovative storytelling.
Aspiring series producers are invited to express interest in Creative Skillset’s Series Producer Programme, run with BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5. The programme will go live at the end of November
With the BBC’s Charter currently under review, Northern Film & Media have contributed to the consultative processes being run by the Department for Culture Media and Sport, and the Culture Media and Sport Select Committee
A one week intensive course from The Production Guild designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to make the move to Post Production Co-ordinator and build a long term career in the UK film industry.
Take part in a free industry day as part of Leeds International Film Festival. Use the latest film equipment, hear from filmmakers and programmers about how to get your film on the big screen, and learn how crowdfunding is changing the creative industries.
What's next? Project 1324 and Sundance Institute are calling upon emerging filmmakers around the world to take on this question in a short film challenge.
The TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund provides grants and professional guidance in support of innovative and compelling scripted narrative features or series that offer a fresh take on scientific, mathematic and technological themes.
This script development award is open to international screenwriters with a treatment written in English. Prize money 20,000 Euros.
Birds Eye View’s highly acclaimed flagship film-business training programme Filmonomics will return in January 2016
A free online course which looks at filmmaking theory and practice, and how they interact to produce good and even meaningful stories, helping you develop short films for digital platforms.