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SHORT ONLINE COURSE - An introduction to Screenwriting

The course is a must for anyone new to scriptwriting and for more experienced writers who wish to raise their scriptwriting to a professional level. It will establish a common vocabulary for approaching the screenplay and form the basis for upcoming courses in dramatic adaptation, the crime screenplay, and other genres and skills.



Are you 18-25 year old? Are you interested in working in the creative industries? Are you not currently in education, training or employment? H Foundation is recruiting for a 5 week work placement in a range of sectors including; Film Production, Film Post-Production, TV Production (Tuesday’s Child), PR (Hope & Glory), Film & VFX production (Territory Studios), Journalism (Notion Magazine), Marketing (TMG Media).



Are you passionate about all things entertainment, from TV to filmmaking? This monthly event aims to motivate with an industry panel and gives you the chance to network with like minded individuals.



We Rise is a Brixton based social enterprise that empowers young people to create successful futures. We are looking for young BME editors, film-makers and social media creators to help us showcase our offer for corporates for youth led social media films that engage young people about job opportunities and apprenticeships. We are looking for people available in July to make an example promo film. We then want to build a network that can then work on future project commissions.

If you are interested or would like to know more please call Abigail on 07986 291 726 or email



This June, the BFI take the chance, now that time has passed since the #MeToo movement, to reframe the conversation around opportunities, criticism, conservation and resistance for women in the screen industries.

In the second edition of the Woman With a Movie Camera Summit - their centrepiece event dedicated to women in film - they welcome filmmakers, academics, scholars, activists, writers, critics, artists, programmers and audiences to explore this notion with them and, hopefully, propel the conversation further.

Expect interviews with filmmakers and practitioners, live panel discussions, rousing talks and playful events taking over every screen, room, nook and cranny of the BFI Southbank.


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