The Findhorn Foundation and Community in the North East of Scotland is one of the longest running ecological organisations in the world, and it celebrates is 60 the anniversary in November.
A film is being made about the community to celebrate this occasion and in conjunction with GMAC, we are inviting two people who are at the beginning of their film-making journey to become involved. The successful candidates will stay in the community for two weeks, and have the opportunity to explore and participate in activities taking part in the community for the celebrations. They will also be involved in the making of the film and have some film training to make their own short film about their experience.
We are looking for someone who is interested in learning about film-making and also have an interest or curiosity about environmental issues. You will be mentored and taken care of whilst you are in the community and all accommodation, fares and food will be provided for.
Is this you? If so please send a one-page introduction about yourself and why you would like to participate in this unique opportunity.
The dates are from Saturday 5th – Saturday 18th November.
Please email GMAC Film board member Maria Craig: firstname.lastname@example.org