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In this episode of the I Am Do Filmmaker podcast Sam Thom meets Claudia Yusef and discusses filmmakers and the opportunities they have in Scotland through the Scottish Film Talent Network. Claudia's the Talent Development Executive at the SFTN and she knows all about the funding opportunities available through the SFTN which administers funding for…
 
They live in the heart of the Shire, they're the team behind TOWIG (The Only Way Is Garioch), but filmmakers Alstair Stewart and Andrew Forbes are saving hard to buy the gear that will take their projects to the next level. That's in today's IADF podcast. If you have a great script then that's half the battle," says filmmaker Alistair Stewart, from…
 
This week's podcast guest is Aberdonian filmmaker Mark Stirton, the writer/director/cameraman/editor behind the North East's most famous Doric movie - One Day Removals. Mark's based in London, now, working on a project called Good Guys Versus Bad Guys, which he hopes will move his fimmaking career up a couple of notches. Listen to the podcast and h…
 
In this week's I Am Do Filmmaker podcast, Aberdeen filmmaker and actor Scott Ironside discusses his latest project 'Bumping Granite'. It's a fascinating endeavour since a large part of the dialogue will be in Polish while the other half will be in Doric, the North East's own dialect. Scott is best known for starring alongside Patrick Wight in the 2…
 
This month's Aberdeen Actors and Directors networking event was a big success. Kim Templeton arranged for documentary filmmaker Anthony Baxter (You've Been Trumped) to give a presentation and Belmont-based film education officer Paul Foy showed a couple of trailers and announced plans for a regular film showing event. And of course, there was the p…
 
Filmmker Anthony Baxter, the man behind the highly successful doccumentary You've Been Trumped, spoke to I Am Do Filmmaker at teh Aberdeen Actors and Directors networkingn evening at the Belmont Cinema in Aberdeen last night. He gave an excellent presentation about his experiences with the film, and was candid about the lack of support and finance …
 
This is the fifth and final episode in the series of IADF podcasts recorded at Film City Glasgow. FCG administrator Sarah Potter completes her tour - passing through the fascinating post production area - as we make our way back to the main entrance of the Govan premises of FCG. Check out the rest of the podcasts in this series - it gives a good in…
 
This is the fourth episode in the five part series of IADF podcasts at Film City Glasgow. FCG administrator Sarah Potter takes me round the offices and production spaces to show how the orgainsation works and the services it offers. Check out the rest of the podcasts in this series - it gives a good insight into what claims to be the heart of Scotl…
 
This is the third episode in the five part series of IADF podcasts at Film City Glasgow. FCG administrator Sarah Potter takes me round the offices and production spaces to show how the orgainsation works and the services it offers. Check out the rest of the podcasts in this series - it gives a good insight into what claims to be the heart of Scotla…
 
This is Part 2 of the IADF tour of Film City Glasgow. FCG is a film production and creative media hub based in the old Govan Town Hall, on the edge of Govan and Glasgow's Digital Media Quarter. Sarah Potter, Film City administrator, tookme on the tour, through a warren of coridors and ending up in the old theatre space. Did I say the building used …
 
Film City Glasgow is just what its name says - a place where films, TV shows and videos are planned, recorded and edited. I visited the offices of FCG in March 2012 and administrator Sarah Potter gave me a tour, which I recorded. Then when I got back home I cut it into 5 episodes. This is Episode 1: Sarah gives some of the history of the building a…
 
Dons Dee Productions is an Aberdeen-based, three-man filmmaking unit, comprising, Nicci, Dave and Mike. (Mike wasn't present for the pic, I'm afraid.) When I met Nicci and Dave at the Aberdeen Actors and Directors networking evening at the start of March, they told me about their current production. They say it's a story about drug addiction and ho…
 
If wondering how to introduce yourself at the Aberdeen Actors and Directors networking event is holding you back from attending, then try Jenni Wright's approach: just get off your bum and do it! I was speaking to someone in the downstairs bar at the Belmont, when she strode up and stood there...beside us...waiting. In my experience, that's the bes…
 
Dream Girl is a production written and directed by Andrew Forbes and Alistair Stewart: the two young filmmakers behind Reel Moon Productions - and the same pair behind The Only Way is Garioch (see previous post). They gave this interview for the IADF podcast at March's Aberdeen Actors and Directors networking evening in the Belmont Cinema, Aberdeen…
 
Kathy Hubbard, Head of Development for Shetland Arts, is the brains behind an exciting filmmakers' project called A Hansel of Film 2012 - part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. The Hansel of Film 2012 is a great opportunityfor filmmakers from the North East to showcase their moviemaking prowess with a film of 5mins or less. Kathy's the first co…
 
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