We believe that short film can do more than entertain – it can inform, educate and inspire. Through creative curation and engaging events, we create an educational platform that goes beyond the screen; providing audiences with the tools and materials to spark debate and inspire creativity.

Recently we have collaborated with Ministry of Stories to teach young adults comedy film writing. We’ve joined the BFI on Raw Shorts, a panel discussion and screening on producing films on small budgets, aimed at under 25s. We’ve led workshops on filmmaking and screen acting at Enfield Thinks, a pop-up ‘thinking’ shop from Enfield Council. We’ve developed programmes for the British Council to express different point of views of the elderly, for Un International Day of Older Persons. In 2015 we even headed up to the Edinburgh International Science Festival to present a programme of science-based films about the power of the human mind.

We work regularly with Talkies Community Cinema, our main collaborative project being ‘HERE Film Festival’, through which we assist the commission of four new short films each year to bring ideas about living in suburban areas to the screen.

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