Calling the Shots – Short film competition (16-24 year olds, South West)

Calling the Shots are looking for young people with brilliant ideas to produce a series of short films for Arts Council England and for potential inclusion in Random Acts, the arts series broadcast on Channel 4.

If you’re aged 16-24 and currently live or study in the South West, you are eligible to apply and have a chance to become one of 72 successful young people whose ideas will go into production over the next three years.

You do not have to have any filmmaking experience or be a filmmaker – you just need to have a great idea and a clear creative vision. Your idea can be based on absolutely anything – it could be a spoken word piece, an artwork, a music video, a dance, or a wild animation… You could be an artist, a dancer, a writer or a poet – there are no limits or definitions as to who we want to apply. We want you to confront, surprise and challenge us with your short film idea. Completed films will need to be between 90 seconds and three minutes long, so bear this in mind when applying.

Before applying, we recommend that you take a look at existing Random Acts films and think about ways in which you can be bold and creative in the short film format.

How apply: for the all the details, including how to apply, visit Hiive – you’ll need to set up a profile before you can apply.

Deadline: 24 October 2016

Source: Hiive

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