BFI FILM ACADEMY SCOTLAND RESIDENTIAL 2017 – APPLICATIONS OPEN

May 17, 2017

Applications are now open for young people aged 16-19 from across the UK to attend the BFI Film Academy Scotland Residential 2017, running from Monday 24th July until Thursday 3rd August in Edinburgh. On this intensive eleven-day course, you will be given the low down on the world of film, with hands on training, learning […]

Write Shoot Cut submissions are NOW OPEN!

Write Shoot Cut submissions are NOW OPEN!

May 11, 2017

Write Shoot Cut is our events and screening platform, dedicated to celebrating and showcasing independent and undiscovered filmmaking talent. We are currently now open for submissions until 21st June 2017 Please fill out this short form and include a Vimeo or YouTube link to your film. WSC Submission Form If you have any enquiries please […]

NOW RECRUITING – COMPANY SECRETARY AT SCREEN EDUCATION EDINBURG

NOW RECRUITING – COMPANY SECRETARY AT SCREEN EDUCATION EDINBURG

April 19, 2017

  A Company Secretary role has arisen to provide financial and administrative support to the organisation. SEE is a youth focussed organisation providing filmmaking education, development and support for young people across South East Scotland, prioritising those living in areas of multiple deprivation, rural areas and those with protected characteristics. We run a range of […]

 

 

Liam Russell – Broomhouse, Edinburgh; participated on CashBack for Creativity, BFI Film Academy Edinburgh and Moving Image Arts. Attended BFI Film Academy Craft Residential at NFTS. Now studying BA(Hons) Film at Edinburgh Napier University.

“Screen Education Edinburgh teaches you everything you need to know about filmmaking. Every course I have been on at SEE I have learned how to use their equipment better as well as developing myself as an all round filmmaker.  I have benefited so much from being involved with SEE and they always push you to go that extra mile after their courses. You make friends for life that you will constantly make films with learning off each other as you go.”

Liam Russell – Broomhouse, Edinburgh; participated on CashBack for Creativity, BFI Film Academy Edinburgh and Moving Image Arts. Attended BFI Film Academy Craft Residential at NFTS. Now studying BA(Hons) Film at Edinburgh Napier University.
Sam Thomson – Oxgangs, Edinburgh; participated on Cashback for Creativity, BFI Film Academy Edinburgh, BFI Film Academy Scotland Residential and Moving Image Arts. Now studying BA(Hons) Film at Edinburgh Napier University.

“From the essential skills they teach, to the amazing people you’ll meet- if you want to become a Filmmaker, Screen Education Edinburgh is the place to start.”

Sam Thomson – Oxgangs, Edinburgh; participated on Cashback for Creativity, BFI Film Academy Edinburgh, BFI Film Academy Scotland Residential and Moving Image Arts. Now studying BA(Hons) Film at Edinburgh Napier University.
Samantha Cazaly – Granton, Edinburgh; participated on Cashback for Creativity and Understanding Cinema. Now studying BA Digital Film & Television at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

“When I was 14 if someone had told me where I would be now with the career path I am following I wouldn’t have believed them. I didn’t know that film was an option for me, it was just in Hollywood and for a certain type of people. Through Screen Ed I made my own short films and worked my way up to bigger productions and because of Screen Ed I now know that I want to spend my life involved in filmmaking.”

Samantha Cazaly – Granton, Edinburgh; participated on Cashback for Creativity and Understanding Cinema. Now studying BA Digital Film & Television at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.