Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN)

Important information for filmmakers

Between 2015-20, the Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) offered new and emerging Scottish based filmmakers support for individual film projects and professional development.

From new talent through to first-time features, SFTN providing tailored individual support alongside development programmes and production finance.

SFTN was a consortium initiative managed by DigiCult, the Centre for the Moving Image and Hopscotch Films, part of the UK-wide NETWORK, funded by Creative Scotland and BFI. The initiative was the first to bring together Scottish industry practitioners in development, production, finance, distribution, exhibition and festivals who passed on their expertise through comprehensive hands-on opportunities.

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Scottish Shorts Delivered

Festival Premieres for Slate in 2014

“Innovative, fresh and honest like the country they come from …”

In 2012, DigiCult and Hopscotch Films joined forces to develop and produce an exciting slate of shorts with support from Creative Scotland. The initiative draws on the experience of award winning producers John Archer, Carolynne Sinclair Kidd and Paul Welsh.

The slate premieres internationally in 2014, including new work by BAFTA winners Martin Smith and animators Will Anderson and Ainslie Henderson.

Exchange and Mart’s world premiere was at Sundance. Next month, it will be competing for the both the Scottish and International Short Film Awards at the Glasgow Short Film Festival. Seagulls’ world premiere and Exchange and Mart’s European premiere will be at Berlinale in February.

Click on the links below to find out more about each film:

As He Lay Falling

Exchange and Mart

Monkey Love Experiments

Seagulls 

Wyld

 

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