The BFI Film Academy is an annual hands-on filmmaking programme for 16-19-year-olds across the UK aiming to know more about film and how to make a career in the screen industries. These hands-on filmmaking courses build knowledge and skills and show the pathways into the industry for talented and committed young people. There are locally based Network courses and more intensive residential courses in craft and specialist skills. The Network and Craft Skills programmes in Scotland are supported jointly by Screen Scotland and BFI.
If you have a passion for film, this high-quality course can help you learn more about screenwriting, cinematography, sound, directing, production and editing. You will make short films, learn from industry masterclasses, and gain the BFI/Screen Skills NCFE ‘Preparing to Work in the Film Industry’ qualification. BFI Film Academy can help you whether you aim to study at Scotland's best film schools or make your first steps into the film, television and creative industries workplace. Find out more from the delivery organisations below.
The BFI Academy is delivered in partnership with GMAC Film, Screen Education Edinburgh, Station House Media Unit and Screen Argyll.
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