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 email@example.com.
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.
Lizzie Klotz is a Newcastle based dance and theatre artist, working on various choreography, performance and participation projects throughout the UK....
Jack Staveley’s work as a filmmaker has seen him work nationally and internationally, shooting commercials for television, corporate films, and sport.
Sandfield Park School in Liverpool is dedicated to serving the needs of young people with a wide range of physical, medical,...
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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Noise by Sarah Winslett Sarah Winslett is an artist and filmmaker living in the North East of England. Her stylish and dynamic film Noise explores feelings of anxiety, frustration, anger, suffocation and, ultimately, exposure and vulnerability in relation to the overwhelming noise created by the constant presence of technology in our lives. You can browse Sarah’s work… Read More »
Today we’re featuring director and choreographer Josh Hawkins, whose dreamscape dance film ‘The Blackest Day’ explores fragmented memories of broken soldiers. Taking inspiration from the Kendal Pals – soldiers from Cumberland and Westmorland who fought in the Battle of the Somme in World War I – ‘The Blackest Day’ struggles through distant memories to re-connect to… Read More »
TechNO by Sandfield Park School Film Club Let’s start a revolution! Let’s get rid of teachers and replace them with technology! A witty and sharply observed sci-fi film, TechNO explores the near future where everything from home economics to sport are delivered by a substitute teacher like none you’ve ever seen. This short film was… Read More »