Young Filmmakers have just a few weeks left to apply for a place on the pioneering BFI Film Academy course delivered by Bournemouth-based film company, WHITE LANTERN FILM, giving young people who are passionate about film the opportunity to develop the skills and ambition to forge a career making movies.

The BFI Film Academy course, GET INSIDE MOVIES, will be led by industry experts and will cover every area of the film industry, enabling young people to develop the commercial and cultural knowledge and skills to help make a career in film a reality.  The course starts on November 22nd and young people aged 16 – 19 years old can apply online now at until 9th November.  During the course, participants will work alongside industry experts producing WHITE LANTERN FILM’s latest feature film gaining a unique and practical insight into the world of movie production.

The Academy aims to train and inspire the next generation of British filmmakers, offering bursaries to help those in need with costs, including travel and childcare, ensuring it is accessible to as diverse a range of young people as possible.

The BFI Film Academy offers training for every film industry role, from writing and directing through to production, sound design, editing and camera, and also provides learning around film history and cinematic storytelling to inspire an appreciation of film culture.  After completing their BFI Film Academy courses, young people progress to a range of opportunities, including apprenticeships and employment in the film sector and further learning through Higher Education.

Young people interested in a career in the film industry should apply before 9th November to GET INSIDE MOVIES and join the BFI FILM ACADEMY course at