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Marginalised craft talent are to be matched with international mentors in a nine-month virtual scheme supported by ScreenSkills.

The ScreenCraft Works International Mentoring Scheme is open to UK-based production and post-production staff from any under-represented backgrounds, at any stage of their career.

It has been set up by former Sheffield Doc/Fest director Elizabeth McIntyre (pictured) and Rebecca del Tufo, who previously ran independent cinema Saffron Screen, with freelance dubbing mixer and sound editor Emma Butt as a consultant.

The programme is designed for participants to build global peer-to-peer networks and bring wider cultural perspectives to local and international productions, with a series of remote one-to-one mentoring sessions and networking events and masterclasses.

The scheme is backed by Brunel University London and is part of the BFI-supported ScreenSkills Mentoring Network.

Applications open today for both mentors and mentees. For further details visit www.screencraftworks.org

 

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