We’re just back from the feedback workshop for the 38 partner organisations that have been commissioned to deliver the BFI’s Film Academy programme of filmmaking workshops for 16-19 year olds (see here). It has been great to hear about all the other programmes taking place across the country, and very gratifying as well to see clips from two of our films included in the BFI’s showreel of activity from the Film Academy this year.
The BFI Film Academy has three strands; across the UK there are 33 networks partners delivering 12-week blocks of filmmaking workshops. We are one of the five ADSV partners, delivering the animation part of the Animation-Documentary-Scriptwriting-VFX residentials. The National Film and Television School also run a national Craft Skills camp focussing on the range of disciplines that exist in feature film production.
Remarkably, BOP, the evaluation company the BFI engaged, found that across the project, even with so many delivery partners, 92% participants felt themselves to be very satisfied with the courses they took part in.
We’re now starting to recruit participants for next year’s course and we’re looking forward to reading the first applications in the coming weeks – see our application page.
This year there is exciting news that there will be an opportunity for participants to apply for a limited number of funded internships that will offer 12 week paid placements with production companies. Look out for more information here as soon as it’s released. denmark find a domain . expiration of domains rackspace cloud similar websites . website down .