From Marcella Forster, some current opportunities for scriptwriters to write for BBC Television programmes, posted on the National Association of Writers in Education website. Check out the links carefully – all these schemes have strict entry conditions.
BBC Talent Award for recent graduates: Are you the next Debbie Horsfield or Paul Abbott? BBC North Developing Talentin partnership with BBC writersroom is delighted to announce this development opportunity for student / recent graduate drama writers.
We have just received good news from Andy McKay. The Chair of the Midlands Royal Television Society judges has told him that Dirty Diamond Media has been nominated for Best Fiction Film in the student category.
“This is a fantastic achievement for a charming film which I know took much effort and creativity to produce.
“What Does Otto See?” Directed by Neil Baker (Electric Egg) has won Best UK Animated Short at the Cornwall International Film Festival.
Otto, a decrepit busking hobo, bashes out a jaunty tune on his toy piano to amuse passers by and hopefully earn him the odd coin. But on a pavement full of street maestros why would anyone spare a penny for old Otto?
Are you the next Debbie Horsfield or Paul Abbott? BBC North Developing Talent in partnership with BBC writersroom is delighted to announce this development opportunity for student / recent graduate drama writers.
We have received some great news from Stewart MacGregor, BA Media Production graduate of 2010, member of the team that made ‘Northmen‘ and ‘Greasepaint‘ (Regional RTS winner last year).
After attending the cinematography admissions workshop at the National Film and Television School last week he has just been informed that he’s been accepted on to MA in Cinematography. This is fantastic news for him and for Lincoln School of Media as further evidence of the high calibre of our students and our provision.
Second year BA (Hons) Media Production student Sean Carr has just produced a brand new iPad app for Interflora to use as part of their gold award-winning display at this year’s Royal Horticultural Society Show at Chelsea.