Looking for 30 16-19 year olds who love watching, talking, and learning about cinema and films to come on a week long residential course in Sheffield from 24th - 30th July 2016. During your time on the course you will meet and work with many industry professionals including:
- Director Rachel Tunnard (Winner of Nora Ephron prize at Tribeca Film Festival 2016 for Adult Life Skills) - find out how she got her film in front of an audience
- Sheffield Doc/ Fest, who will show you their role in Searching for Sugarman: from funding to distribution
- Lisa Brooke of Live Cinema who will discuss what makes an exciting cinema event and give you the chance to plan and pitch your own cinema event, which will happen at the Showroom cinema in December 2016
Whether you want to be a director or a distributor, knowing how and why people choose a film is essential to ensuring your films get seen by as wide an audience as possible.
All food, accommodation and travel within Sheffield is covered. The cost of travel from anywhere in the UK to Sheffield can also be covered if that is a problem. Applications from everyone are welcomed, particularly those under-represented in the industry.
Deadline has been recently extended to 24 June 2016, midday.
For details on how to apply, go to www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/info/audienceacademy