Write Shoot Cut is an events and screening platform, dedicated to celebrating and showcasing independent and undiscovered filmmaking talent. The project is overseen by Screen Education Edinburgh and managed & facilitated by a voluntary committee of young filmmakers aged 16 – 25 years old.
Since 2011 Write Shoot Cut has been supporting and showcasing Scottish filmmakers, building a vibrant independent filmmaking community and providing a crucial networking space for potential collaborators to meet one another.
There will be 5 short films screened, each followed by a Q&A session with the film makers. Once the screening has come to an end, you have the opportunity to network in Summerhall’s Royal Dick bar.
If you are interested in submitting a film to Write Shoot Cut, please like us on Facebook and keep your eye out for the next submission date.
This is a fantastic opportunity for undiscovered filmmakers to have thier work and talent recognised and celebrated among thier peers and by industry professionals
– Dina Subasciaki, Lifelong Learning Development Worker, City of Edinburgh Council
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