Scottish Film Summit
The Scottish Film Summit is a forum for debate and discussion open to everyone involved in the film industry and film culture in Scotland. Following on from the Summit at the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) 2014 and the half-day Summit at Glasgow Film Festival 2015, the Second Annual Summit is due to be held in Edinburgh on the day of the opening film of EIFF, on Wednesday 17 June.
The Scottish film sector is facing a period of immense change, challenge and opportunity. In response to this, the Film Summit will engage all sectors of the Scottish film industry, from producers, writers and directors, to facilities companies, location managers and crews, to film educators, archivists, trainers and academics, festival programmers, distributors and exhibitors. The aim of the Summit is to provide a forum for everyone engaged in Scottish film to come together to discuss the future Scotland’s film industry wants to build. We want the event to be practitioner-led and would like to hear from all practitioners about the issues facing them.
How do we build a Scottish film industry? What kind of industry do we aspire to build? How can we build a sustainable industry that provides a living, grows businesses, attracts inward investment, and shows Scottish stories and Scottish talent around the world?
As well as a forum for discussion and debate, the day will have keynote speakers setting out their views on the issues the Scottish film industry should be considering. This is an opportunity to present the current views and concerns of the industry, and to look at how we build the Scottish industry in the future.
For full details see the Scottish Film Summit webpage.
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