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Scottish Film Talent initiatives unveiled

28 January 2015 9:14 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Major new initiatives for Scottish Film Talent announced; 14 projects selected for New Talent Shorts programme.

Scottish Film Talent Network (Sftn) has announced the launch of their First Feature Development and Emerging Talent Shorts initiatives, alongside the 14 filmmaker teams selected for the New Talent Shorts programme.

The Sftn initiative is worth £450,000 ($680,000) over the next 12 months in a bid to help find the next wave of Scotland’s international screen talent. The Sftn is part of the UK-wide BFI Net.Work talent development initiative.

The First Feature Development programme offers opportunities for emerging talent to develop their first feature project, with support covering many areas.

The Emerging Talent Shorts programme runs in conjunction with the First Feature Development programme and is aimed at filmmakers who are ready to make bigger budget shorts as a step towards realising their first feature.

Also announced today are the 14 successful filmmaking teams that have been shortlisted for the New Talent Shorts programme. Sftn welcomed »

- (Michael Rosser)

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Creative England backs Burn Burn Burn

28 January 2015 4:10 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: First image from road trip comedy starring Downton Abbey’s Laura Carmichael and Chloe Pirrie.

Regional body Creative England has backed upcoming indie feature Burn Burn Burn.

The road trip comedy is in post-production after a five-week shoot last autumn, with world sales handled by Paris-based sales agent Urban Distribution International (Udi). Udi will screen a teaser at the Efm in Berlin from next week. Urban Distribution will handle in France.

Creative England is supporting the film as part of its production funding programme. Richard Holmes, senior film executive at Creative England, said: “British independent film is the greatest place to nurture talent and we are convinced this team offers huge potential going forward.”

Burn Burn Burn is the feature debut of Chanya Button and is written by Charlie Covell, co-writer of new Channel 4 comedy Banana, Cucumber, Tofu. The new film is partly inspired by the pair’s own friendship.

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