Applications for the 2015/16 programme are now closed.
Join the next generation of filmmaking talent working with the Barbican and Eelyn Lee Productions to learn about filmmaking and the film industry.
We're looking for the next group of committed, talented young people between the age of 16 and 19 to be part of the BFI Film Academy 2015/16 Network Programme delivered by the Barbican.
The course takes place on weekends and also Wednesday evenings starting from Saturday 17 October 2015.
Session dates* October: Sat 17 Oct, Sat 24 Oct, Sun 25 Oct, Mon 26 Oct, Tues 27 Oct, Sat 31 Oct November: Wed 11 Nov, Sat 14 Nov, Sun 15 Nov, Wed 18 Nov, Sat 21 Nov, Sun 22 Nov, Wed 25 Nov, Sat 28 Nov December: Wed 2 Dec, Sat 5 Dec January: Wed 6 Jan, Sat 9 Jan, Sat 16 Jan, Sun 17 Jan, Sat 23 Jan, Sat 30 Jan March: Wed 16 Mar, Wed 23 Mar
*Please note some dates are subject to change.
As BFI Film Academy participants you'll: -Work with filmmakers to make your own short film. - Learn skills from professionals in workshops. -Take part in a series of masterclasses with industry experts giving insights into how to get in to and succeed in the film industry. - Get practice in developing and pitching your own ideas - Receive a free pass to the Focus Film Festival: see films and attend events with filmmaking professionals. - Have the opportunity to progress further and apply for regional intensive workshops and the National Film and Television School Residential Talent Campus. Accreditation Participants will work towards a NCFE qualification – Preparing to Work in the Film Industry. Find out more Watch the 13/14 and 14/15 Barbican - BFI Film Academy films click here Check out the BFI Film Academy You tube channel click here To find out more about the BFI Film Academy click here To find out more about Eelyn Lee Productions click here Ages 16–19 £25 per place
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