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Screen International is working with British Council to present Screen’s UK Stars of Tomorrow tonight at an intimate industry dinner during the BFI London Film Festival.
A select group of the 2014 stars, and several alumni from past years, will be celebrated at an invitation-only international industry dinner tonight at Kettners.
This is the first time that Screen’s Stars of Tomorrow have been presented at Lff. The event is supported by British Council and Casting Society of America (Csa), and will be held in association with We Are UK Film.
Briony Hanson, Director of Film, British Council, said: “Connecting the brightest and best filmmakers, both established and up-and-coming, to international audiences and counterparts is absolutely at the heart of what we do at British Council Film. So we are thrilled to be partnering on this event which will give the UK Stars of Tomorrow a focused opportunity to meet and greet key players from the international »
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Screen International is today unveiling its 2014 UK Stars of Tomorrow, profiling rising actors, writers, directors, producers and heads of department.Click here for the digital edition [Subscribers]Gallery: UK Stars of Tomorrow 2014
The 2014 Class of Screen International UK Stars of Tomorrow are: (click on each name for individual profile)
The 20-year-old Manchester native is already a familiar face in the Us, where she stars in TV series Bates Motel.
At just 17, this Harrow teenager is a veteran of his own YouTube show and will star in three new features: Don’t Grow Up, Legacy and Montana.
The 20-year-old East Ender has just shot an episode of Babylon and will star »
Casting Call For Feature Film Shooting In Northern Ireland
Casting in Belfast 23rd-26th May 2014
Age 13-20 - male & female (Must be over 13 for licensing hours)
Must Be Based In Ireland Or Northern Ireland..
The script has been developed through Northern Ireland Screen’s New Talent Focus scheme, which included input from BFI and Film4 executives. It topped the UK Brit List last year and ranked on Hollywood’s Black List for the year’s best un-produced scripts.
Writer/Director: Stephen Fingleton.
One of Screen’s Stars of Tomorrow 2013. His BFI funded shorted film Slr starred Liam Cunningham, won Best Irish Film at the Oscar qualifying Foyle Film Festival, and was nominated for an Ifta.
Producers and Company Director of The Fyzz Facility, »
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3 items from 2014
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