RANDOM ACTS NORTH: CREATIVE FUTURES
FRI 28 – SUN 30 JULY
This two-day training and development event for young artist filmmakers features masterclasses, workshops and panel talks with a range of professionals from the film and art world.
Over the weekend you’ll learn how to kick-start your career, build a successful professional profile, and develop skills in producing and directing new moving image work for the screen.
Creative Futures is aimed at alumni of the Random Acts short film programme and is also open to filmmakers and artists aged 16+ interested in working with the moving image.
The event coincides with the arrival of the Random Acts: Playback exhibition at Tyneside Cinema, showcasing over 200 bold and daring short films from across the country produced as part of Arts Council England and Channel 4’s Random Acts initiative.
Confirmed speakers at Random Acts North: Creative Futures include Channel 4 Random Acts editor Catherine Bray, Hackney-born spoken word poet Solomon O.B, leading drama specialist and director of The Television Workshop Ian Smith, and This Is England dialogue editor Susan Pennington.
Please note that you will need to buy a Weekend Pass to attend any of the events during the Creative Futures weekend.
How to book:
1. Buy a weekend pass. Weekend Passes are £12/ £6 for students and Young Tyneside members. Buy HERE
2. Once you have bought a pass all the events across the weekend are FREE to book on our Eventbrite page HERE
3. Spaces on our masterclasses are strictly limited, so please only book onto individual masterclass session if you are certain that you will be attending!
4. Registration is 09:00-09:45 on Saturday morning & 09:00-09:30 on Sunday morning in the Gallery foyer on the 3rd floor of the cinema. This is where you will pick up your delegate pass, brochure, and tickets for the workshops and masterclasses you have booked onto.
If you can't make this time please head to the Gallery on arrival and a member of the team will be able to assist you.
5. Enjoy the weekend!
Tyneside Cinema is an accessible space but if you have any specific access needs please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 27 July.