A free half day workshop for filmmakers aged 18 – 29 exploring the role of sustainability in film and inspiring you to enter a film competition to be supported through production with £100,000 funding.
Flickers of the Future calls on young filmmakers to tell a different story – one where humans and planet thrive together. Environmental charity Global Action Plan, alongside Richard Curtis CBE and a host of incredible film experts, environmentalists and futurists, is inviting UK filmmakers who are between the ages of 18- 29 to create a human story of a sustainable future. The winning story will be supported through production with £100k funding and guidance from an Expert Panel.
Global Action Plan and BFI NETWORK are hosting a free half day workshop in the PM Studio at Watershed on November 27th. The workshop will explore the role of sustainability in film and key facets of one planet living. Attendees will be in a strong position to submit high-quality applications to Flickers of the Future.
The fund and workshop are open to filmmakers aged 18 – 29.
Places are limited so please book your free space here.
1.45 – 5.45 pm ( with break )
PM Studio – Watershed
1 Canons Road, Bristol, BS1 5TX
Please only book your free ticket if you are certain you can make it. If you book a ticket and then find yourself unable to attend, you must inform us in good time before the event.
Not turning up or cancelling last minute reduces the opportunities we are able offer to regional talent and impacts on our ability to continue to provide these free events. Please help us by only booking if you definitely intend to come.
For more information on the competition visit the Flickers of the Future Website: flickers.earth
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