THE BIFA ANNOUNCE NEW SCHEME TO HELP STUDENTS AND GRADUATES...

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Hey Lovelies, 

Today lovelies, the BIFA, have announced that they will be helping recent graduates or those that are about to finish university lovelies, by providing them with inside knowledge and skills from those in the industry lovelies! 


By signing up, those selected to take part will be able to watch BIFA-nominated or the film that they won with on the BFI Player lovelies, which will be followed up with live Twitter commentary from the filmmakers as well as live Q&A sessions. All of which will be found on the specially built BIFA website that will be dedicated to the site. However if those involved do miss out on anything lovelies, there will be edited commentaries and transcripts for you all to catch up with. 

Those involved with the sessions include Chris Wyatt, who edited ‘’71’, Amy Hubbard who cast those who starred in ‘The Selfish Giant’ and Stephen Rennicks, who scored the film ‘Frank’. The new BIFA Insider scheme will run for six session’s lovelies from September 2015 until June 2016 to help those hoping to build their careers in film. 

Speaking about the new scheme, Creative Skillset’s Gavin Humphries says “The BIFAs are a key date in the awards calendar spotlighting the brightest and best British films and talent. BIFA Insider will give the next generation – who may be future nominees themselves - unique insights from world class practitioners.”

If you are a student or graduate lovelies, then you can register using this email: hello@bifa.org.uk and they will be sure to get back to you lovelies!

Blog Soon, 
Joey X

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