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School of Film & TV
The School of Film & Television, , Cornwall, UK. accredited.
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Early Day Films Jan 13
A chance to see beautiful and spooky short 'Hard, Cracked The Wind' showing at Friday 17th Jan at 18.45. . Writer Directed by . With
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Icon Films Jan 13
Bristol ! Time to get submitting - there's a whole host of festivals and opportunities open at the moment: 📽 @wildscreenorg Panda Awards 👉 📽 IWFF 👉 📽 's 👉
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Shooting People 🎥 Dec 19
Film Routes is an innovative new programme supporting filmmakers with disabilities to access film funding from Application due by the 17th of Jan.
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Shooting People 🎥 Dec 18
The Andrew Berends Film Fellowship’s mission is to support emerging filmmakers from all walks of life with a focus on sharing unheard stories. The deadline is 12 Jan. and the details are here👉
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thinkBIGGER! Dec 20
Applications to Indie Diversity Scheme are OPEN! Looking to kick start your career in TV - this is for YOU! PAID contract +training in a#London based company. Visit Pls RT
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Yen Yau Dec 17
Aged 18-22 years old, based in the UK? Passionate about documentaries? The Youth Jury could be for you. A great opp, this is a free programme; no experience/qualifications are required to apply. Travel/accom covered. Deadline 15Jan, 12noon.
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Independent Cinema Office Dec 20
Are you a marketer with a passion for cinema? We're hiring a Marketing Coordinator to assist with the marketing of the ICO & be responsible for our social media presence! Interested? Apply by 17 January ➡️
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The Cinematologists Dec 23
Ep94 is our part 1. & talk about their favourite examples and try to break down the generic mechanics of the musical with the help of . Download now:
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Neil Fox Dec 28
Wrote my annual making sense of the year in movies thing for - - shout outs for work by and others (including 1 very controversial pic to talk about)
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NETWORKFHSW Dec 28
Apply by 31st January 2020 for the JBAs talent development programme and receive up to £5000, which can go towards production projects, scriptwriting and development, education and training. In honour of the legendary producer John Bradbourne -
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RYAN MACKFALL Dec 28
If you'd like to scrutinise one of my first short films then you have your chance on January 17th at as part of . 18:45, as part of the New Shorts: Gothic! section of the festival. We're next to 's next spooky short.
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MAKE UP | Claire Oakley Dec 30
“Buzzy debut” 👀
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Film Hub SW Jan 1
✨New year, new start? ✨ We are looking for an individual with experience of film production & a passion for film to take on the role of BFI NETWORK South West Talent Executive as part of the team. Apply by 31st Jan! Find out more:
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Sundance Institute Dec 26
📣 Calling all producers! Applications for the 2020 Creative Producing Lab & Fellowship is now open for Feature Film and Documentary projects. This year-long program is designed to nurture emerging producers with a project in hand. Submit your work by 2/11 to be considered.
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Calling The Shots Dec 31
Happy New Year! Our is to never pass up a great opportunity. Deadline for applications to our programme is MIDNIGHT Sunday 12th! Open to 16-30 year olds based in the
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BritFlicks Jan 2
Director talks abt his cinematic masterpiece BAIT was filmed on a 1976 Bolex camera with all sound added in post-production Trailer► On DVD 20 Jan
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Myskatonic Films Dec 29
We’ll soon be gearing up for our first event of 2020; the UK premiere at . UK fans can catch the film at 18:45 on January 17th at (part of the New Shorts: Gothic! section of the fest).
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Independent Cinema Office Jan 4
We're hiring! We're looking for a Marketing Coordinator to be responsible for our social media presence & assist with the marketing of all ICO activities. Interested? Apply by 17 January ➡️
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Falmouth University Dec 20
STUDENTS - don't miss out! Workshops Festival bookings are all now live! Make sure you book yourself in to avoid disappointment:
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Mark Jenkin Dec 20
Mark Kermode’s review of the year in film. “For Me the very best film of the year was...”
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