Participants and masterclass guests confirmed for BFI Film Academy Scotland Residential 2017
There’s now only one week till our BFI Film Academy Scotland Residential 2017 kicks off. We’d like to thank everyone who applied to join us from across Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales, it was the strongest pool of applicants we’ve received yet, ensuring a tough decision in choosing the participants.
The SEE delivery team of Graham Fitzpatrick, Kerri Rolland, James McKenzie, Heather Law, Sean Young, Siri Rodnes, Brian Robinson, Alex Hodgson, Hoyam Mahmoud, Mark Deas, Gaelle Pertot and Liam Chisholme are looking forward to welcoming the following to Edinburgh next week –
Adam Dickson – Edinburgh, Adithya Suriyapperuma – Edinburgh, Amber Ferguson – Belfast, Aneurin (nye) Smith – Staffordshire, Asher Maurice – Holyhead, Chloe McGarvey – Glasgow, Clair MacNeil – Fort William, Daniel Mulholland – Camelon, Dorothy McCormack – Devon, Eilisha McNally – Belfast, Eleanor Webb-Thomas – Shrewsbury, Euan Holmes – Wirral, Hannah Caddell – West Lothian, Jack Darrer – Aberdeen, Jack Davidson – Newcastle, James McDougall – Shrewsbury, Kelly Draper – Preston, Lewis Wolstenhulme – Beauly, Loretta Rodriguez – London, Marsha Bingham – London, Michael Murray-Draine – Belfast, Millie Byrne – Nottingham, Sophie Brown – Aberdeen, Steven Munyard – Cwmbran
We’re confident all will have a great time on the course, going through an intensive film learning experience, and head home with a deeper understanding about filmmaking and film across the UK, having made some fantastic short films.
We’re also delighted to welcome the following Industry guests delivering masterclasses led by Morvern Cunningham (Future Shorts Edinburgh, Future Shorts Glasgow, Leith Late, Grow Your Own Cinema) –
Philip John, director – Moon Dogs, The Halcyon, Outlander, Downton Abbey, Being Human, Wedding Belles.
BFI Vision Award producing recipients Barry Crerar Ltd –
Rosie Crerar, producer – Spite Your Face, Pulse, Paris\Sexy : executive producer – Daphne, Seat in Shadows : production executive – Moondogs.
Ciara Barry, producer – Creeling, Spite Your Face, Fixing Luka, Philippa and Nancy.
Hope Dickson Leach, writer\director – The Levelling, Morning Echo, The Dawn Chorus.
Anna and the Apocalypse
John McPhail, director – Anna and the Apocalypse : writer\director – Where Do We Go From Here?, Notes, V for Visa.
1745 – Scottish Shorts, 2017
Scottish Film Talent Network\BFI Net.Work – Carolynne Sinclair Kidd, producer & Arlene Barke, programme co-ordinator.