Film Access Scotland offers a year-round programme of workshops, training and networking opportunities that specifically cater for the needs of Film Access organisations and practitioners.

 

To make this programme as effective and accessible as possible to the whole Sector, the programme is free to access for all staff of our member organisations and associates.

 

To find out more about joining Film Access Scotland, visit our Join Us page.

 

Panel discussion – Exploring a sustainable future for the TV & Film industry (Aberdeen)

Kino Bar, Belmont Filmhouse Belmont Street, Aberdeen

How can film programming incite discussions around climate change and sustainability? What opportunities are there for young people to work in sustainable film exhibition and TV? How are TV and the media responding to the climate crisis? Come and listen to a range of voices and experiences working towards a more sustainable future […]

Workshop – How to make a documentary about the climate crisis in one hour (Edinburgh)

Cornerstone Centre St John's Church, Princes St, Edinburgh

BAFTA Scotland Award winning documentary filmmaker Duncan Cowles (as seen on BBC Scotland and iPlayer’s Scary Adult Things) presents a workshop on how to make a documentary about the climate crisis in one hour. The workshop will take place at the Cornerstone Centre, Edinburgh, from 2 to 3pm on Saturday 27th November. Please […]

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