Information about competitions with deadlines will appear here.
FilmG Shorts Competition
You don’t have to be a fluent speaker in Gaelic but you DO need to be interested in filmmaking. If so, you should give the FilmG shorts competition a go!
Don’t worry if you don’t have any experience in making films. FilmG have a range of training initiatives available to you and if you need help with your Gaelic check out TàlantG on the FilmG Website to find a talented Gaelic speaker who can help you with your film. If you already work in the industry, as long as you don’t have a broadcast credit as a producer or a director you can enter. All entries to this competition must be received by 19 November 2010
Mofilm is an organisation that develops ads and short films for major brands for screen and mobile. see http://www.mofilm.com/competitions/
Mofilm will set a competition for Skillset Media Academy students across the UK. Watch this space for information on dates for UK Roadshows.
Short Film Competition
Sponsored by the British Computer Society (BFS), the challenge of this competition is to make a 2-3 minute film in any genre which explores the effects of digital technology on our lives – politics, relationships, work, media, love, family, business etc. The BCS wants to get as many different perspectives on the ‘digital revolution’ as possible.
For the chance to win £10k and get a free place at the Doc/Fest in Sheffield go to https://sheffdocfest.com/view/digitalrevolutions for more information.