Pitch in two minutes and you could be offered money the same day.
No complicated forms and budgets to fill out.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could avoid filling in tons of forms, writing budgets and doing all the boring stuff when trying to get funding for your film?
How would you like to let your idea for a factual film and your passion to make it be the deciding factors that enable you to receive funding?
The Big Boost, UnLtd – the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs and Talent Circle wants to discover and support your ideas and is giving this opportunity to filmmakers aged between 18-25. Thirty-five filmmakers will each be offered the opportunity to pitch their idea within two minutes to a panel of industry experts, “Dragon’s Den” style. After hearing all the pitches, the judges will decide between them the five filmmakers they feel had the most passion to deliver a great idea for a factual film, with each filmmaker receiving £1000* towards the making of it.…
Passionate about networking
Network in the 450-capacity venue with other Talents working in film. Wear your “Talent Tag” (given to you on entry) so people instantly know the skill you have. Our “matching agents” will be on hand to introduce you to others with common interests and goals. Bring plenty of business cards.
Passionate about short film
There will be eight short films shown during the 30-minute awards ceremony. The presenters are under strict instructions to deliver a fast-paced lively thing – it will definitely not be a typical yawn-fest awards ceremony!
Passionate about having your say
For the main category, Drama, you will have the exclusive opportunity to vote for the film you think should win. Winner will be announced during the evening.
Passionate about chocolate
Indulge in the huge amounts of lovely dark and milk chocolate on offer throughout the evening. More than 50 varieties to choose from!
Passionate about having a good time
Your first drink is on us*. Many drinks available at “happy hour” prices until 10pm. Plus a surprise or two… …
Ever wonder why us film people work so hard, often with little or no praise? Or what drives Talent Circle? Or why Super Shorts run a big free film festival in London and across the UK every year?
Well, it’s because we and you have a passion for film. So, the 4th Super Shorts Film Festival is calling for short films that have some kind of link with this year’s theme, “passion”.
For further details, please visit http://www.supershorts.org.uk
Get your entries in as soon as possible. This year’s deadline is 30 JUNE 2007.