From glamorous award ceremonies to lively debates, the RTS embraces all aspects of television, and is open to anyone with an interest in the medium, says The Royal Television Society blurb. To that end they offer a shed load of media bursaries, that have just gone to two shed loads to help people who don’t have shed loads of cash get into the industry.[Read more…] about More RTS media bursaries to help you get into the industry
A combo between the BFI and Plymouth College of Art means filmmakers aged 16 to 19 across the South West can get 70 hours of intensive filmmaking education for just £25 a pop. It sounds a great opportunity. Read on for more….
For the fifth year running, Exeter Phoenix and Four Of Swords present the hugely successful Summer Film School.
Oh, education where do you start? Well, being inspired helps, and her are some inspiring teachers who have graced a screen near you at some point.
It’s a list from Teach First, who are currently recruiting and you’ve got till May 2 to apply, take a moment and consider what you could offer the classroom. Pick the best of each member of this list to create your ultimate teacher.
Here’s the blurb.
Getting industry experience in film is key -like duh -so it’s great to hear when educational establishments help facilitate exactly that. Here’s a story about film students from Plymouth College of Art getting wild work ops on Dartmoor with a top, top agency.
Plymouth College of Art has appointed award-winning Director James Caddick as a Lecturer on their BA (Hons) Digital Media Production degree.
When we caught up with Owain Astles about his new micro short, an Exeter Phoenix bursary film, he was telling us how impressed he was with the work experience people he was mentoring.
Get Digital! is Cornwall Film Festival‘s new BEACON project, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. A brand new digital media project that aims to provide young people, aged 11-24 with better access to media training in Cornwall.
Budding filmmakers across Plymouth and the South West will have the chance to learn from industry-leading figures in a new intensive short course designed to provide young artists with practical skills and confidence in creating moving image, thanks to a partnership between Plymouth College of Art and the British Film Institute (BFI).
Community film making organisation North Devon Moving Image (NDMI) will be running two film making summer schools for children and teenagers this coming August.
Plymouth College of Art has appointed BBC Producer/Director Hannah Mattison as a Lecturer on the college’s recently launched BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice degree.
Exeter’s Summer Film School is about to enter its four edition, which gives another chance for young filmmakers aged between 10 to 14 to explore movie creation.
Plymouth College of Art has appointed Spanish-born filmmaker Pedro Valiente as Programme Leader for its new BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice degree. The hands-on programme welcomes its first intake of new students to the college this month, focussing on audiovisual creativity and production, ranging from new media, television and film, to the performing and visual arts, designed to prime a new generation of media professionals and artists to meet the growing international need for innovative productions.