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Category: Training

25 November 2019

Director Shadowing Opportunity on CBeebies Show, Yakka Dee!

King Banana is a UK independent production company, specialising in children’s content. They are offering a female director the opportunity to shadow the producer/director team on the CBeebies hit show, Yakka Dee! (series 4 + 5), to see how a whole episode is put together from conception stage through to final delivery, and to creatively […]

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28 February 2019

Funding of Up to £1,000 for Female Leaders in Film and Television

Women & Leadership International is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across the UK’s film and television sector. The campaign is providing women with grants of up to £1,000 to enable participation in a leadership development programme. The scholarship funding is provided with the specific intent of providing a powerful […]

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10 February 2019

Applications Open for 2019 Writers Lab for Women Over 40

The Writers Lab is a four-day script development workshop that gives women screenwriters over 40 the opportunity to work intensively on their feature film scripts with the support of established writers, directors, and producers. The Lab is presented by New York Women in Film & Television, and Founder Kyle Stokes, and Co-founders Elizabeth Kaiden and […]

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07 February 2019

Applications Now Open for Inside Pictures, Prestigious International Training Programme

The National Film and Television School (NFTS) has today (Thursday 7 February) announced that applications are open for its prestigious Inside Pictures business training and leadership skills development scheme. Now in its sixteenth year, the 2019 programme is open to applicants from around the world who demonstrate a firm commitment to the European film industry. […]

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04 February 2019

Share Your Skills to Support Afghanistan’s First All-Female TV Station

Zan, meaning ‘women’ in Arabic, is the first TV station in Afghanistan to be made for and run entirely by women. The channel employs 50 women to create its daily mix of news, politics and lifestyle shows. In a country still recovering from Taliban rule, Zan’s team are transforming attitudes – and the ratings are […]

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28 January 2019

LFA Award for Emerging Female Filmmaker Open for Applications

The London Film Academy’s (LFA) Pioneer Award gives a fully-funded place worth £23,000 on the Academy’s 12-month practical Filmmaking Diploma, to help a promising female filmmaker who might otherwise, due to financial constraints, not be able to access training. Jumaan Short, who was the inaugural recipient of the Award and started her course at the […]

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15 November 2018

ScreenSkills Offering Freelancers Up To £1000 Towards Film/TV Training

ScreenSkills is offering bursaries of up to £1,000 towards the cost of training for freelancers (plus travel, accommodation and childcare) in priority skills areas such as camera, art department and costume. Click on the links below for more information: Film bursaries for freelancers: apply for up to £800 High-end TV bursaries for freelancers: apply for […]

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