Showcasing exceptional new and emerging talent from Scotland, eight short films will screen in the Shorts Strands of this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival: Shorts – UK1: Firecracker, Shorts – UK2: Kaleidoscope and The McLaren Award: New British Animation 1. Commissioned and produced by Scottish Film Talent Network, the Shorts will screen between 23rd and 27th July as part of EIFF’s thrilling showcase of the finest brand-new short films from across the globe.
Scottish Shorts 2018 – Shortlisted Projects
Following a great response and tough selection process, we’re pleased to confirm the 13 projects shortlisted to participate in the 2018 Scottish Shorts programme.
Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) is delighted to announce the 20 projects shortlisted for the Scottish Shorts 2017 programme.
Scottish Shorts is back for 2017 and opening for applications on Wednesday 19 April.
Full guidelines, FAQs and application form will be available on the Scottish Shorts page from Wednesday 19 April.
Prior to the Scottish Shorts programme opening we’ll host a number of events around Scotland to offer tips and advice on developing your story before applying and giving you some insight into this year’s development process.
Filmmakers supported in previous rounds will also join us to screen their shorts, talk about their experiences and discuss the journey of their films.
We strongly recommend filmmakers interested in applying attend these free events.
Dates and Venues:
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Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) is today (Thursday 26th January 2017) delighted to announce the five directors selected for the FIVE@5 For Women programme.
Twenty filmmakers will be participating in the first edition of our New Voices On Screen lab supporting the development of Scottish-based writers and directors from a BAME background.
Deva Smith, Ciara Barry, Irune Gurtubai and Stuart Condy will receive industry accreditation giving them the opportunity, through SFTN facilitation, to develop and further their industry knowledge and networks during a packed industry programme.
This professional development initiative is part of the Scottish Film Talent Network. Supported by Creative Scotland and Creative Skillset and in partnership with the BFI NET.WORK aims to discover, nurture and advance new and emerging filmmaking talent across Scotland.
Scottish Film Talent Network is delighted to announce the six short films commissioned for the New Talent Scottish Shorts 2016 programme:
Great news for three of the films from the Scottish Shorts 2015 slate.