Offered as part of The Artist’s Cut programme, NFM is running three open classes: ‘Scriptwriting for Shorts’ with story editor Kate Leys (08 Feb), ‘Industry Know How’ with producer Samm Haillay (09 Feb) and 'Get it Seen: Festival Strategies for Short Film' (19 April).

Part of NFM’s Creative Skillset-backed ‘Director’s and…’ strand, this session covers all aspects of the relationship between Director and Producer in the life-cycle of a higher budget UK feature, focusing in particular on design issues

The Artist’s Cut programme is offering three open classes: ‘Scriptwriting for Shorts’, ‘Industry Know How’ and 'Festival Strategies for Short Film'

The Artist’s Cut programme is offerring three open classes: ‘Scriptwriting for Shorts’, ‘Industry Know How’ and 'Festival Strategies for Short Film'

Part of NFM's Creative Skillset-backed “Directors and..” strand, this practitioner-led session covers all aspects of the relationship between Directors and DOPs, with a particular focus on high end drama

Part of NFM's Creative Skillset-backed “Directors and..” strand, this practitioner-led session covers all aspects of the relationship between Directors and Production Managers in TV drama, with a particular focus on returning dramas

Part of NFM’s Creative Skillset-backed ‘Director’s and…’ strand, this session covers all aspects of the relationship between Director, Producer and Actor in the life-cycle of a low budget UK feature, from pre-production to release

Join us for a briefing on our forthcoming Creative England Talent Modules, followed by an informal Christmas get-together

Producer and writer Debbie Horsfield (Cutting It; Poldark) and celebrated producer John Yorke share hard-earned advice on the craft of good screenwriting

Double BAFTA-nominated producer and writer Debbie Horsfield (The Riff Raff Element; Cutting It; Poldark) talks to celebrated producer and former senior BBC executive John Yorke

Do you need advice with your career? Come along to NFM’s Drop In Session in Middlesbrough on ‘Breaking into the Film and Television Industry’

Social historian, author and producer of ‘The Tube’ Chris Phipps explores how Tyneside has been portrayed on screen

BECTU Training North and NFM present a workshop for camera teams working across TV and Film, wanting to keep up to date with the ever-evolving issues and practices around Dealing with Data

The November edition of Candle and Bell’s Short Film Night will focus on music inspired short films from up and coming filmmakers.

Who owns and drives the creative economy in a devolved landscape? The Creative Industries Federation will explore this question in their regional discussion.

All content © 2016 Northern Film and Media | Designed by Supanaught | Built by band-x Media