Scottish Youth Film Festival works with partners across the screen sectors in Scotland. Below are links to our supporters and partners and other organisations that may be useful to you.
Into Film - Into Film puts film at the heart of children and young people's education,
helping to support their academic, cultural, and social development.
Scottish Film Education - Scottish Film Education is embarking on a major national CLPL
initiative to develop in teachers the skills, abilities and pedagogical expertise required to employ Moving
Image Education approaches effectively in teaching and learning.
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland - The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) is a
world-leading conservatoire of music, drama, dance, production and film located in Glasgow, Scotland.
Screen Academy Scotland - Courses in many aspects of film and film making
National Library of Scotland - Moving Image Archive - The National Library of Scotland
collects, preserves and promotes access to films capturing Scotland and her people, from the early days of
film-making to the present day.
NFTS Scotland - Bringing the National Film and Television School's world-class training and
innovation to Scotland.
Screen Education Edinburgh - Screen Education Edinburgh is a charity dedicated to
transforming lives through the medium of film, developing young people, new talent and independent
GMAC Film - GMAC Film a skills, talent & project development centre for independent
filmmakers and young people. We hire out space to film professionals & creatives.
Station House Media Unit (SHMU) - Station House Media Unit (shmu), established as a charity
in 2003, is one of the core cultural organisations in Aberdeen, and is at the forefront of Community Media
development in Scotland.
Media Education - Media Education combines high quality filmmaking and facilitation skills
with expertise in nurturing trust and working sensitively and supportively with people from a wide range of
abilities and backgrounds.
Plantation Productions - Plantation Productions is an arts and media charity based in
Govan, Glasgow. Through creative participation we aim to improve wellbeing and address inequality.
VOMO - VOMO tv's young production team present a weekly television news report from the
Scottish Borders. Ground breaking technology, energy and imagination.
Many of Scotland’s universities and colleges also offer courses in different aspects of film. There are too many to list here but a Google search will uncover what’s out there.
Edinburgh International Film Festival - World’s oldest continually running film fest. Hosts
many events aimed at young people.
Glasgow Film Festival - The Fest in the West.
Scotland is home to a plethora of film festivals; everything from silent cinema to horror, features, animations and shorts. Again, there are too many to list here but keep a look out for what’s happening across the country as well as near you.