5th BFI Future Film Festival is underway…

The 5th annual BFI Future Film Festival is now underway at the BFI Southbank, with a full programme of film-related events and masterclasses for 15-25 year-old film enthusiasts.

Highlights this weekend include:

SATURDAY 18 FEB

Animation and Fiction short films –  p.s. you’ve missed this one, sorry
Eraserhead (part of our first features strand) – and this one too
BAFTA presents: Short Attention Span – how to make your short stand out
Music Video Masterclass with Ideastap
Making your first Micro-feature
BAFTA: Mastering Your Craft – Producing
Visual Effects workshop
Short Film Funding networking
Blogging workshops
StarNow: Casting & Audition Website Drop-In Session

SUN 19 FEB

Future Film Awards – Documentary short films
Making your first independent feature
Classic Special Preview – Laura
Film Critic Masterclass with Little White Lies
Animation Storyboarding workshop
Screenwriting: Crimes and Misdemeanours with Scriptfactory
Screenwriting: What’s the Big Idea? Renewal and Rehabilitation with Scriptfactory
Routes to success – Online v Offline debate
Documentary Pitching Masterclass and live Pitch
Blogging workshops
StarNow: Casting & Audition Website Drop-In Session

Tickets are £5 for a one day pass for 15-18 year olds and £10 for a one day pass for 19-25 year olds. If you’re reading this now and don’t live too far away, a weekend pass is still worth your while. Weekend passes are available at the Box Office, priced at £8 for 15-18 year olds and £15 for 19-25 year olds.

Please note that it’s not possible to book for individual sessions – ticket holders must register for sessions they’d like to attend on the day. There are limited places for each session.

Plus, I’d be literally crazy if I didn’t take this opportunity to plug my own drop-in blogging workshop sessions, where I’ll give an introduction to blogging, dispense some (hopefully sound) advice, and furnish you with a handout.

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5 thoughts on “5th BFI Future Film Festival is underway…

  1. valentaizie

    Hey Ashley, I dropped in on your blogging workshop yesterday and although I wasn’t able to stay for the whole thing I thought it was really interesting and informative. Thank you 🙂

    Reply
    1. Ashley Clark Post author

      Thank very much for the kind words! Much appreciated. About to get going on Day 2 of the workshops. Wish I had longer to discuss things as it’s such a wide, broad subject. Maybe next year I’ll have a whole day to myself!

      Reply
  2. jacobthehobnob

    Hi Mr. Helmet, was great to see you today in one of your workshops. You’ve certainly inspired me to continue my blogging and develop my own style. Good luck for the foreseeable future in all that you do!

    Reply

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