ScreenWorks, supported by Northern Ireland Screen, will provide work experience opportunities for 450 young people aged 16-19 across a wide range of craft and technical areas within the creative screen industries (including Production, Animation, Make-Up, Games Design, Costume, Visual Effects and Sound).
At the end of this month (30th September – 2nd October 2019) we have Journalism with Helen O’Hara taking place in Portstewart!
A really exciting opportunity for anyone interested in writing, journalism, interviewing and creating articles within the Northern Ireland film industry.
The ScreenWorks webpage – www.intofilm.org/screenworks has more information and application forms for the students to fill out and send back to us.
Across the five screen industries (Film, Television, Animation, Gaming and VFX) there are over 250 unique job roles. ScreenWorks will serve as a starting point for young people to learn about these roles in detail and offer practical experiences of what working in the screen industries will entail. A number of ScreenWorks programmes will be of particular interest to students of STEM subjects – such as upcoming programmes in Visual Effects and Production Accountancy.
All programmes are entirely free and travel bursaries are available to help any participants travel to programmes in different cities or towns.
We encourage participants to apply directly with the application form can be accessed from the ScreenWorks webpage.
The ScreenWorks Team
Submissions now open for the 2020 Into Film Awards.
Young filmmakers, reviewers, Into Film Clubs and educators; enter now and be in with the chance of winning £1,000 of filmmaking equipment for you or your school!
Find out more here