Peter Cowley and Matt Locke will be delivering the first two open workshops in Northern Film & Media's CREATEiNNOVATE initiative in Newcastle on 11 June. Intended for producers interested in exploring the commercial and creative potential of their feature film story worlds online, Peter Cowley's class will focus on 'Monetising Film Online', and Matt Locke's will address 'The ABC of Digital Storytelling'.
Featuring a keynote introduction from Peter Salmon, Director, BBC North, this Northern Film & Media and Royal Television Society event on Wed 22 May at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, will celebrate the North East's rich heritage of children's programme making and content creation.
Filmmakers: submit your applications for CREATEiNNOVATE before 30 April to be in with a chance of securing a place on NFM's new digital development programme.
Create Innovate application deadline approaches; Bypass shoots; Business Start-Up Workshops shceduled; and NFM's archive to be curated
An opportunity to update on digital marketing trends
Sleepworking, one of the short films funded through Northern Film and Media's innovative Shorted scheme, has recently scored a double success on the international stage.
Looking for locations for a North East shoot? Look no further than our online locations, crew and facilities database. This database will help you find the best of our locations and crew to work on your production.
As the deadline for applications to the Channel 4 / Northern Film & Media / BALTIC slate of Random Acts short films approaches, watch a new short film of Channel 4's commissioning editor for arts, Tabitha Jackson, on what she's looking for
Gayle Woodruffe, Production Service Manager at Northern Film & Media, scooped the prestigious Centre Award at Saturday's Royal Television Society North East and the Borders Centre Awards 2012.
We are delighted to announce that Northern Film & Media and Generator's Space Invasion project has been nominated for the Arts Council Award at The Journal Culture Awards 2012.
Working in collaboration with Northern Film & Media (NFM) and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Channel 4 is to commission a minimum of 5 short films for its renowned Random Acts series. The commissions will represent the best of North East talent and give artists in the region a national platform for new work.