The British Film Institute (BFI) Film Academy is offering practical courses in short fiction film-making at the Sydney Russell School in Barking and Dagenham.
Sessions will take place on Saturday mornings and will run for 10 weeks for 16 -19 year-olds. They begin at the end of October.
The BFI Film Academy aims to help inspire the next generation of British filmmakers and offers training for every film industry role, from writing and directing to production, sound design, editing and camera work.
The closing date for applications is 19th October 2015. To find out more and apply visit: www.youngfilmacademy.co.uk/courses/bfi-film-academy.
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