This is news about a short film commission in North Devon, it’s been politely sitting in the corner of our inbox for a bit, so we could have been more urgent in getting it out. But if you’re a filmmaking, potential volunteers, heritage organisations or part of the local community take a look and get involved in this new commission.
Farmers, film makers and local communities are being invited to show their support for a landmark creative heritage project in North Devon.
New North Devon film commission
Local community film making organisation North Devon Moving Image CIC (NDMI) is making plans to launch an exciting new film commission which will create a series of short documentary films about farmers and farming in northern Devon.
Creative director of NDMI, Amanda McCormack says “Down on the Farm will be a unique chance for the farming community to share their stories with the wider world.
“Our Boat Stories films have been immensely popular and that project demonstrated the value of preserving and sharing local heritage on film.
“We now want to do for farming what Boat Stories did for fishing and Down on the Farm is set to do that.”
Emerging or experienced filmmakers
Amanda adds: “Part of our remit at NDMI is to support filmmakers, both in North Devon and the wider creative community throughout the UK.
“This commission will provide an exciting opportunity (and the money – £1,000 per film) for six emerging or experienced filmmakers to develop and exhibit their individual artistic and narrative skills.”
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Before NDMI can apply for funding they are seeking written support for the project. Amanda says she would like to hear from:
To find out more visit http://www.
(from a press release)