Café Flicker

Café Flicker

Events

Thursday 2 March 7-9pm

At Café Flicker the silver screen’s open to all forms of short film whether its a music video, drama, advert, visual art piece, no longer than 15 minutes long, made by local independent filmmakers. It’s a great place to meet a variety of filmmakers professional and amateur, see what people are making, get feedback on your work in progress and discuss any aspect of film-making. We screen up to 7 films per night and have a vote at the end of the night to select a monthly winner. At the end of the year, all monthly winners are in with a chance of winning our annual ‘Big Flick’ award! Cafe Flicker is a friendly hosted event where everyone is welcome!

We would like to extend congratulations to the joint winners of February’s Cafe Flicker – Melanie Pyne and her film ‘Identity Crisis’ and Ronnie McIntosh and his film ‘Torn’. If you didn’t make it along to February’s event, then you can catch both of these films at the Big Flick in December!

Everyone is welcome at Café Flicker – participating filmmakers and GMAC Members can come along for free, tickets are £3 for all others. We run Café Flicker every 1st Thursday of the month. If you’d like to submit your film, complete a form and send us a DVD or digital video file as per our guidelines to hello@gmacfilm.com :

Cafe Flicker Submission Guidelines 2016

Cafe Flicker Submission Form

FIND Forum @ GFF 2017

FIND Forum @ GFF 2017

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FIND Forum @ GFF 2017 – Come and join the conversation !

 

When : Wed 22 Feb 2016 , 09:30 – 13:00 hrs.

Where: CCA Clubroom, 350 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3JD

 

FIND Scotland recruited 12 young, talented individuals from under represented groups and supported them to pursue a career in the Scottish screen industries through an intensive programme of training, industry placements, career guidance, and short film commissioning.

The FIND Forum will share the findings from the pilot programme and discuss how we can best enhance the diversity of Scotland’s screen industry, with representatives from the FIND team and range of industry partners.Ali Bailey from Directors UK will deliver a keynote speech and there will be screenings of the short films commissioned as part of the FIND Scotland programme. This event will close with a discussion exploring a new framework for recruitment of people from diverse backgrounds in to the screen sector in Scotland.

 

FIND Scotland is a partnership project delivered by GMAC Film, Screen Education Edinburgh and Station House Media Unit and is supported by Creative Scotland through the Screen Sector Skills Fund.

 

This event is part of Glasgow Film Festival Industry Focus. Industry Focus brings together filmmakers, producers, financiers, exhibitors and distributors for three days of panels, pitches and networking. For more information visit http://glasgowfilm.org/glasgow-film-festival/industry/

 

Please note that spaces are limited and registration for this free event via Eventbrite is required whether or not you have a festival pass . Refreshments and lunch will be provided : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/find-forum-gff2017-diverse-futures-in-film-television-tickets-31090842547