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Our friends and partners have some pretty brilliant resources and schemes too. Here are some the best.
The John Brabourne Awards The John Brabourne Awards is a talent development programme for people working behind the scenes in film and television. This year, the JBAs will offer up to 12 grants of £5,000 to individuals who are talented and driven, but who have faced barriers in progressing their careers.
Warner Bros. Creative Talent Warner Bros. Creative Talent supports the next generation of UK creative industries’ talent through scholarships attached to work placements and mentoring, apprenticeships and training courses
BFI Aardman Development Lab The BFI Aardman Development Lab, funded through the National Lottery, is a new scheme aimed at nurturing writers and filmmakers wishing to work in animation. Keep an eye out for applications reopening in 2015.
Creative Europe Creative Europe’s MEDIA sub-programme supports film, television, new media and video games, offering funding, training and networking opportunities for producers, video game developers, distributors, sales agents, audiovisual training providers, organisers of festivals, markets and networks, film education specialists and cinema exhibitors.
Filmonomics A training programme designed to develop your business and creative skills.
4Talent Part of Channel 4, the 4Talent apprenticeship scheme gives you the chance to learn and earn.
Sheffield Doc/Fest Not just a one off festival, Doc/Fest offer up workshops and courses throughout the year
Creative England Provide practical support for film and TV production; organise networking and events; provide mentoring, information and business advice.
Creative Skillset Not sure what you want to do or where to begin? Let Creative Skillset help you with their career navigator guide.
Young Rewired State Under 18 and into coding? Then you need to check out Young Rewired State and their Festival of Code.
BBC Writer’s Room Send a script, Write a Script or just get inspired. If you’re a writer then the BBC Writer’s room has lots of opportunities for you.
BBC Academy Alongside their online resources, the BBC Academy run a series of free events ranging from how to break into broadcasting to what life is like as a freelancer in the TV world.
Roundhouse It's much more than just a venue! If you’re 11-25 then take a look at the opportunities that the Roundhouse has on offer for you.
Film London Film London supports filmmakers at all levels – established and starting out. Find out more about their microwave film fund and their scheme to commission new, ambitious works from talented Londoners.
Sky Sky offer a range of scholarships to young people aged 18-30 from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Action! A training programme from Working Title Films.
NFTS The National Film and Television School is one of the top film, television and new media schools in the world.
LFS The London Film School is one of the world's leading postgraduate film institutions.