Saturday, 2 August 2014

Creative England newsletter

Here is the latest Creative England newsletter that I thought my followers would be interested in seeing:

Applications now open for iShorts+ 'Funny Girls'

In collaboration with Baby Cow and Big Talk Pictures, Creative England will support 5 narrative comedy short films from female writers/directors across England. Read more

Venice Days To Host The World Premiere Screening of iFeatures' Film ‘The Goob’

iFeature’s The Goob, combining the dirty roar of stock car thunder with the visceral vision of a teenage boy’s first love, has been selected to see its world premiere at Venice Days (27 August – 6 September). Read more

Success at Greenshoots showcase event

Indie games developers gathered on July 7 to showcase their brand new games developed through Greenshoots, a £225,000 programme from Creative England and Microsoft to support start-up game studios in bringing new and exciting game titles to the Windows platforms. Read more

Routeshoot’s Adam May Offers Up His Advice for creative SMEs

Since proving themselves in the Starter for 10 programme, Routeshoot have from gone from strength to strength winning additional funding and securing overseas customers. With the company on the rise, we asked May to offer some advice to all those about to navigate the investment minefield for the very first time.  Read more

Utopia Series Two with Some Familiar Locations...

Wondering where the second series of Utopia was filmed? As Channel 4's conspiracy thriller returns for a second series, keep an eye on the locations used - you may recognise more of them than you think. Read more

Creative England Business Loans

Creative England are supporting digital creative companies to finance business growth through the provision of interest-free loans. Businesses are able to apply for a loan of £60k-£150k which is then repaid over 3 years. Read more
Key Dates

BAFTA Masterclass Labs: Cinematography with Mike Eley

August 6
Mike Eley started his career in documentaries working on films for the BBC, Channel Four and ITV. Following a move into features and television drama he worked on Ken Loach’s The Navigators and then, in 2002, he shot the documentary featureTouching the Void with Kevin Macdonald, (for which he won a BIFA award for Best Technical Achievement).
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August 4-6

A series of workshops open to any filmmaker interested in developing their cross-media skills. These sessions will cover a range of topics including marketing, branding, building audiences and new business models. Read more

GamesLab Masterclasses - Bristol
August 5-7 (TBC)

3 days of intensive masterclass sessions with games industry experts in the centre of Bristol. Read more
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