All I Want for Christmas is... Funding for Film & TV

Date:
4 Dec 2018, 11:00AM
Location:
CCA Glasgow, Scotland
Booking details:
Free, booking essential
Address:

350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD

Creative Europe Desk UK presents this funding info session and festive get-together, including a conversation with Gillian Berrie from Sigma Films on the development and production of Outlaw King and the impact it has had on the Scottish film industry.

Creative Europe Desk UK and Screen Scotland officers will also present the current funding streams available for filmmakers based in Scotland and will be available for one-to-ones.

The event will take place at 11am on Tuesday, 4 December at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow, Scotland and is free to attend (booking essential).

The event will feature:

  • Conversation with Gillian Berrie on “The Outlaw King effect” including the film's journey from development stage to being the biggest home-grown production filmed in Scotland
  • Presentations from Creative Europe Desk UK and Screen Scotland officers on the current funding schemes available for filmmakers in Scotland.
  • One-to-ones at Saramago Café with Creative Europe Desk UK / Screen Scotland officers
  • A festive networking lunch at Saramago Bar

Speakers:

Gillian Berrie is a film producer and co-founder of the Glasgow-based production company Sigma Films with director David Mackenzie. Berrie also founded Film City Glasgow, the state-of-the-art creative cluster for production, picture and sound post which spearheads independent production in Scotland.

To reserve your place, click on the booking link to the left.

Calls are now open for our Single Project Development and TV programming schemes (deadline 18 December).