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.
APPLICATIONS OPEN ON MONDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2016. Just download and complete the simple application form, telling us a bit about you and your idea and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Sandfield Park School in Liverpool is dedicated to serving the needs of young people with a wide range of physical, medical,...
Cathy Garner is an accidental solipsist with a penchant for bad puns. She is great at being hopeless and always plays...
Jack Staveley’s work as a filmmaker has seen him work nationally and internationally, shooting commercials for television, corporate films, and sport.
Josh Hawkins is a director and choreographer based in the North West. He graduated from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance...
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Akeim is one of 24 young artists currently making films as part of year 2 of Random Acts North, and wrote the blog below after attending our most recent residential talent development weekend at Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle. My name is Akeim Toussaint Buck, I am a Jamaican born citizen of Leeds, UK. I… Read More »
When Standing in a Queue by Thomas Payton-Greene Filmmaker Thomas Payton-Greene creates both documentary films and artist moving image work that explores the absurdity of life and human existence. His stylish visuals and super-dry sense of humour are deployed to brilliant effect in When Standing in a Queue, a semi-autobiographical tale of a man whose acid-sharp inner… Read More »
Join us at one of our FREE workshops in Hull, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds to find out how you can make a film that could end up on Channel 4. Workshops are open to anyone aged 16-24 living or studying in the North of England, whether you’re an experienced filmmaker or have an ambition to make your first… Read More »