FÍS ÉIREANN/SCREEN IRELAND PARTNERS WITH UK’S NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION SCHOOL TO LAUNCH NEW TRAINING PROGRAMMES
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland (Screen Ireland, @screenskillsire) is to partner with The National Film and Television School (@NFTSFilmTV) for the first time to launch a range of short courses designed to support progression and address in-demand skills within the growing Irish production sector.
NFTS Cymru Wales (@NFTSCymruWales) in partnership with Creative Wales and BBC Cymru Wales, has marked the launch of its first slate of film and television courses with a Q&A event featuring special guest, acclaimed Welsh director Euros Lyn whose credits include Doctor Who, Sherlock and recent feature, Dream Horse.
As part of its 50th Anniversary celebrations throughout 2021, The National Film and Television School (@NFTSFilmTV) has collaborated with Google Arts & Culture to open the vaults of its extensive archive for the very first time, launching a new collection of over 200 digitised films and behind the scenes material.
For half a century the National Film and Television School (NFTS) (@NFTSFilmTV) has trained some of the world’s best filmmakers. To celebrate the School’s 50th anniversary, BFI Southbank will be showcasing work from some of their best-known alumni with a celebratory ‘NFTS at 50’ season running from 1 September – 5 October, featuring seminal films by alumnus followed by Q&As with the directors.
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