Do you have a great idea for a short film? Would you like training, mentorship, £10k and a professional crew to help you make it? How about seeing it showcased on Sky Arts?
SHORTFLIX is aimed at aspiring new filmmakers aged 18-25 who are not currently in full-time education, employment or training. We’re looking for ideas from creative, talented and ambitious young people that have the potential to make great short films for showcase on Sky Arts.
No previous professional experience or study of film production is required and participation is FREE. Selected filmmakers will receive training and support at every stage from industry professionals. If you have a passion for film and a great idea, we want to hear from you.
SHORTFLIX is holding a series of free roadshow events in January & February 2017 (in Manchester, Nottingham, London & Bristol) where you can find out how to apply, learn how to pitch your short film idea, and get inspired by some great short films. Sign up to take your first steps in filmmaking...
SHORTFLIX ROADSHOW - WATERSHED, BRISTOL - 16TH FEBRUARY
4.00pm - Registration
4.15pm - Welcome & introduction
4.30pm - Interactive workshop: pitching your ideas, working on a film set, being a filmmaker
6.00pm - Short film screening
6.30pm - Questions, discussion & wrap-up
7.00pm - Finish
If you are unable to attend any of the roadshows, do keep an eye on our website at creativeengland.co.uk/film-and-tv/shortflix and follow us on Twitter @Films_CE where we will be sharing application tips live from the events. You can also find useful resources, information & inspiration, connect with other aspiring filmmakers, and post questions about SHORTFLIX on Hiive, the network for creative people.
The deadline for applications to SHORTFLIX is 5pm on Wednesday 8th March 2017. For more infos and to apply visit creativeengland.co.uk/film-and-tv/shortflix.
If you have any questions about the roadshows, applying for SHORTFLIX or anything else, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHORTFLIX is led by Creative England in partnership with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain and Sky Arts, and supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, with BFI’s Film Forever National Lottery funds.