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If you can't find the information you are looking for on the New Talent site here are some more useful links that may help you pursue your talent and passion for film making.

 

BBC Film Network
Find out more about the filmmaking process from pre- to post-production.
bbc.co.uk/filmnetwork

BAFTA
Develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image. Rewards excellence in films, video games and television programmes.
www.bafta.org

British Council
Promotes contemporary and innovative work from the UK to audiences around the world through the British Council's global network.
www.britishcouncil.org

Shooting People
A filmmakers' community with more than 30 000 members UK wide. They offer daily bulletins where filmmakers can source crew, jobs and share advice.
www.shootingpeople.org

BFI
Offers opportunities for people throughout the UK to experience, enjoy and discover more about film and moving image culture
www.bfi.org.uk

Independent Cinema Office
Aims to develop and support independent film exhibition throughout the UK.
www.independentcinemaoffice.org.uk

Skillset
Provides easy to access information for anyone in the film industry. Owned and managed by the audio visual industries, Skillset aims to identify and tackle the skill needs of the industry throughout the UK.
www.skillset.org

UK Film Council
Government-backed strategic agency for film in the UK. Its aim is to stimulate a competitive, successful and vibrant UK film industry and culture. The council supports new film makers with production funds and training support.
www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk

Taggerz
Get inspired to make your own shorts by having a go with 1Xtra's Taggerz animation maker.
bbc.co.uk/1xtra

 

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