If you have a bold, daring and challenging idea for a short film that will excite an audience and make them think differently about the world around them, then you should apply to become part of Random Acts North today.
Just download and complete the simple application form, telling us a bit about you and your idea and send it to scott.burrell@ tynesidecinema.co.uk before the deadline on 4 April 2016.
We want to hear from a really diverse range of young people, so whatever your experience or background, if you think you have what it takes to make a Random Act then get in touch and we can support you to apply.
Nathan is an emerging Director and recent graduate of the University of the Creative Arts where he studied Film Production. He...
Thomas creates both documentary films and artist moving image work that explores the absurdity of life and human introspection.
Thea is seventeen years old and lives in the North West of England. She is currently training to be a hair...
Matthew is a fine artist and filmmaker based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He recently graduated from Newcastle University in 2015 with a BA...
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We’re off to Site Gallery, Sheffield on Thursday 7 January to hold a workshop about how to apply to make a short film as part of the Random Acts North training programme with the opportunity to have that film broadcast on Channel 4. We’re excited to meet this group of young people and teach the techniques to… Read More »
We’re still searching the North for the next generation of filmmaking talent and have heard some fantastic ideas at our workshops so far! Come along to our Free Creative Ideas Workshops, the next one will be at Hull Truck Theatre on Saturday the 27th of February at 2pm.
We had a great time exploring short film ideas and discussing what makes a great Random Acts film at our Workshop in Barrow-In-Furness on Saturday! Our free workshops are still running and they are a great opportunity to meet the Random Acts North team, and get real advice on applying for the chance to create… Read More »