Power to the Pixel has extended the deadline to apply for this year’s iteration of their acclaimed annual story development lab, The Pixel Lab, to Wednesday 01 April 2015
London's Open City Documentary Festival is looking for shorts and feature length doc submissions from established and emerging filmmakers for the festival’s 2015 programme
Distinguished television producer Tom Gutteridge has been appointed Chair of Northern Film & Media Ltd
Six of the UK’s brightest female creative talents have been selected for NFM’s writer-director development scheme RISE, launched to identify and support women filmmakers from across the UK with authentic voices who can challenge audiences
US-based media artist Ben Russell has won a Canon Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) for a work commissioned by Northern Film & Media and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
Exploring Lynch's practice and his legacy at the crossing point between art and film, Painting in Perpetual Motion has been developed and produced by Northern Film & Media and mima
Northern Film & Media are looking to nurture and develop six emerging female filmmakers through RISE - a twelve month scheme run in partnership with Women in Film and Television and Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Accessed from the Stanley Kubrick Archive by NFM and BALTIC, a selection of important materials relating to the making of 2001: A Space Odyssey feature in BALTIC's current exhibition 'They Used to Call it the Moon'
Film Hubs North, North West Central and Scotland have launched a new annual destination conference, taking place in Newcastle on 01-02 December, and are also now accepting expressions of interest for the This Way Up: Exhibition Innovation Fund worth a total of £50,000
…but few, it seems, play it with the delicate intelligence of Philip Selway, who set aside his Radiohead drumsticks for a solo performance as part of NFM's recent sell-out Sound + Vision showcase event at Berwick Festival
The 10th anniversary Festival has come to a close and now the organisers would like to hear about your experiences
Tyneside Cinema has opened The Gallery – adding a welcome new exhibition space and cinema screen to the region’s burgeoning artist-filmmaking scene