‘BFI Film Academy – for young aspiring filmmakers’ 2017-18
Are you passionate about film? Want a career in the film industry? Are you 16-19? If so, the BFI Film Academy is for you. This course offers you the chance to be part of our future film industry.
As a participant of the Film Academy:
- You will explore your own creativity and passions in a supportive and dynamic environment
- You will gain invaluable experience working alongside industry professionals who are respected practitioners in their field
- You will get hands-on filmmaking experience which will help you to develop practical knowledge and skills
- You will watch a range of cinema from British Independent to specialised films
- You will work in teams to produce either a short drama or documentray
- Once you have completed the Network course, you will become part the growing BFI Film Academy alumni network with access to events such as BAFTA career talks You will also have the opportunity to complete a qualification – ‘NCFE’ – preparing to work in the film industry ‘
MTR’s programme is free!! We support you with your travel if you live in London. Free food too!!!
To give you an idea of what to expect, here’s a link to last years programme - REPRESENTATION
Once you have completed the course, you will become part of the growing BFI Film Academy alumni network with access to events such as BAFTA career talks.
Find out more about the qualification: NCFE
Here’s a short piece from Stacey Duah (MTR BFI Academy participant) Sharing some of her film experience -My film experience so far
MTR’s programme gives priority to:
For an application form please click here: Application form network 2017-18 - Deadline for applications is November 17th. You can also call or email and we can send it you – email@example.com – 02077292323
Bursaries will also be made available if you require assistance with travel, child care or other costs. More in formation about who can apply for bursaries can be found here
- Young people with a disability
- Young people from a low income environment
- Young people who may find it hard to access mainstream activities due to their circumstances
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