Resource Productions https://resource-productions.co.uk/training
Creative Collective: Register here
Artists/Filmmakers 19+ (outside London prioritised) supported through Arts Council England. Light touch signposting with one-off 1-1 advice, access to small access funds and courses.
- Creative Collective Meet-ups
- Free short courses
CC Slough & Royal Borough residents
Additional intensive training through CLASS: Community Learning & Skills Service.
- 3x One-To-One creative careers development sessions
CC Unemployed aged 16-25;
Referrals made by Job coaches at Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxon and other Job Centres.
Preparing to work in Film – supported by BBO JCP DWP (Terry lead)
Kickstart Into Film – supported by Kickstart, UNLTD & Rothschild (Lesley-Anne lead)
CC Crew & Talent Page https://berkshirefilmoffice.co.uk/
Once a member of the Creative Collective you can opt-in to be part of our “Crew & Talent” page.
CC Project/Script Feedback
Once a member of the Creative Collective you can email one idea per month to [email protected]
A project review team led by our Head of Production, review all projects on the last Friday of every month and give feedback notes within 8 weeks of submission.
CC small commission or co-production
Once your project has been reviewed, we may offer to Produce, co-produce or make a small commission (under £1000).
YES: Youth Engagement Slough/Services: Register here
Young People under 19 (up to 25 for those with learning disabilities or access needs).
Slough & RBWM residents prioritised with support from Slough Borough Council & RBWM.
Film Club, Weekly, Mondays 5pm (Ryan lead)
Script Saturday, Monthly, second Saturday of every month 11am (Ryan lead)
We do not give Advice
We do not recommend, endorse or quality assure any of the following, but are sharing potential opportunities for learners to explore. It is their responsibility to ensure any opportunity they follow up with – is appropriate for them.
The are many apprenticeships within the media and creative industry now. We promote apprenticeship opportunities as an alternative to going to university.
An apprenticeship training provider offering opportunities within the Creative Sector – worth checking out!
All Spring Media http://www.allspringmedia.co.uk/
Another apprenticeship training provider offering apprenticeships in Broadcast Media.
Other training schemes
A year long Trainee Finder scheme for film or high-end TV. Applications open annually.
BFI Future Skills Traineeships
A number of exciting initiatives for those with no experience to learn more about Channel 4 and the media industry.
A number of interesting resources and insights into the industry. BBC also offer an apprenticeship scheme.
Sara Putt Associates http://www.saraputt.co.uk/
A supportive agency for new talent entering the industry. Annual recruit new trainees onto the programme.
Production Base http://www.productionbase.co.uk
The industry network for people working in film, television and commercial production. Vacancies from entry-level runner or intern positions upwards.
The Knowledge Online http://www.theknowledgeonline.com
This site contains listings and contact details for organisations and companies involved in the broadcasting, television, video and commercial production industry. There is also a diary which lists film festivals and other relevant events and their weblinks and an industry contacts list featuring both UK and international companies.
Searchlight recruitment http://www.searchlight.com/searchlight-recruitment Searchlight Recruitment is an employment agency working exclusively in and around the Media and Entertainment industries.
Grapevine Jobs http://www.grapevinejobs.com
Job-board for broadcast and media professionals.
Directory of film, video, animation, broadcast, studio and associated company sites in the UK and Ireland. Also includes a job section.
Universal Extras http://www.universalextras.co.uk
Organisation placing students as extras in television and film.
Recruitment specialists, providing runners into film, TV and cooperate films. Starting as a runner is the best way into the industry.
Pinewood Studios http://www.pinewoodgroup.com/our-studios/uk
Screen Skills https://www.screenskills.com/
A website full of information and resources for anyone interested in entering the Creative Sector. You will find information on the latest news and events and training courses that will help you towards your career within Film and TV.
BFI supports UK film and talent and Resource Productions runs two film academies at Pinewood & Shepperton Studios.
BFI Network https://network.bfi.org.uk/
Sign up to find out more about funding opportunities and also upload your recent work. Our region for Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Surrey is the South East. Funding for films in the South East can be found: https://network.bfi.org.uk/film-hub-south-east
Doc Society https://docsociety.org/funds/
Funding for short and long form documentary films.
Arts Council England https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/DYCP
Developing your Creative Practice Fund supports individuals developing their artistic practice. Please Note: Arts Council England does not fund “FILM” activities.
Film London http://www.filmlondon.org.uk/
Strategic agency for film and media in London and supports the growth and development of film, TV, video, commercials and interactive media.
Creative England http://www.creativeengland.co.uk/
A national agency which supports individuals and businesses achieve their full creative and commercial potential.
Short Film Funds
Women in Film and Television UK https://www.wftv.org.uk/development-training
Bursaries & Publications
Filming – COVID- 19 Support and Advice
Film Stories Junior