This Westminster Media Forum Keynote Seminar will examine the next steps for policy to ensure continued economic and creative growth in the UK film industry.
Candle and Bell’s new short film night returns for April with another exciting programme of films made by the North East’s finest talent
This two-day workshop with Josh Appignanesi (The Infidel; Song of Songs) aims to help early-career film directors answer the fundamental question of visual storytelling.
Tyneside Cinema is delighted to welcome critic and filmmaker Mark Cousins for a special screening of his new film A Story Of Children And Film.
What’s involved in developing, funding and distributing a short artist’s film? This symposium is open to all and is aimed at both aspiring and established filmmakers or artists working with the moving image.
The Tyneside Cinema is running a Sponsored Film Marathon to help raise money for the Tyneside Cinema Appeal.
For most of us the idea of pitching is as daunting as exams or job interviews. But the truth is that without a good pitch few projects will ever find their way onto a screen.
Led by writer and director Paul Fraser (Somers Town), this 3 day workshop is aimed at developing and nurturing projects from conception to completion. 10 places only are available.
Writer and director Paul Fraser will lead a writers’ Q&A screening of his 2002 feature Heartlands. The film will be introduced by Fraser (Dead Man’s Shoes; A Room for Romeo Brass; Somers Town) and will be followed by a Q&A.
Sunderland University are hosting a series of lectures by Lord David Puttnam, for creative industry professionals and students.
Brought to you by Indie Training Fund and Northern Film & Media, just 14 places are available at this expert-led one day workshop which will take you from pitch to production, helping you devise and sell great ideas.
Celebrated UCLA screenwriting professor and writer Wendall Thomas will be bringing her 25 years of Los Angeles-based industry experience to two TV and film screenwriting master-classes in Newcastle on 19 and 20 March
Sunderland University presents Nick Thorogood, Senior Vice President Content and Marketing, UK/EMEA Scripps Networks Interactive and former Head of daytime TV at ITV.
Peter Dickson (The X Factor) and Alan Dedicoat (Strictly Come Dancing) in conversation with John Myers about the impact of voiceover and narration on television