NFM will be partnering with Edinburgh-based Stills, Scotland's leading contemporary photography gallery and digital labs, for a further Connect/Exchange residency strand
Applications are now open for this year’s Pixel Lab, the leading cross—media development course for European media professionals.
CTBF and Anchor have joined forces to offer a National Care Plan allowing industry professionals to receive a discount in any Anchor care home across England
The region’s media professionals packed out Newcastle’s Live Theatre to hear about new plans for local television in the North East at a recent event organised by Royal Television Society and Northern Film & Media.
North East creative agency MCC Media have been commissioned to work on the critically acclaimed and multi-award-winning documentary series My Life for CBBC.
North East based Fantome Line Post Production (Harrigan, The Liability, Bypass) have appointed cinematographer and producer James Mcaleer to head up their new production slate.
Northern Film & Media and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art have joined forces to enable two talented artist filmmakers to develop narrative film projects after securing Arts Council funding.
Gavin Williams' short, ‘Sleepworking’, has now picked up eight awards during the autumn and winter festival season.
Tickets are now on sale for the Annual Royal Television Society North East and The Border Centre Awards, which will be held on Saturday 01 March 2014 at The Hilton Newcastle Gateshead.
Film The House is an innovative and fun Parliamentary initiative designed to raise awareness of the importance of copyright to film makers, of film itself and the creative industries in general among parliamentarians and the Government.
National law firm Watson Burton has strengthened the media and entertainment component of its commercial service offering with the appointment of solicitor Amy Hamilton, based in the company’s Newcastle office.
Connect/Exchange is a national exchange initiative for six artists with a moving image, digital or screen-based practice. It will provide six artists with three weeks’ time and space to undertake initial research and development for a new work or project, connect and exchange ideas with artists and curators in other regions, expand professional networks and present practice to the public via an artist's talk or screening.
Sheffield Doc/Fest and Creative Skillset have launched Fast Track to Features 2: a seven-month UK-wide feature documentary training programme aimed at documentary talent wanting to make the move towards making their first documentary feature. The first stage of Fast Track to Features 2 will be an Introductory Workshop which will run twice: once in London and once in Newcastle, in partnership with Northern Film & Media. This will run on Wednesday 22nd January 2014 at Toffee Factory in Newcastle.