Director Adam Wimpenny discusses his calling card short film RoaR. Adam went on to make his first feature Blackwood, which premiered at the Lonon Film Festival.
Are you applying for every job you like the look of, more importantly, are you finding success?
Aimed at 16 - 19 year olds, the new Working Title school will seek to improve diversity in the UK film industry.
After much deliberation, we can finally reveal the winners from MFJF's Screenwriters Showcase...
Forging a career as a production assistant is one of the most popular career paths for MFJF members. So how do you make a start?
The following points are the most frequently received items of feedback from employers, be that in the production office or at a production company.
See the full list of nominees for this year's British Independent Film Awards.
Sending in job applications is hard work and it can be easy to miss things. If you are using MFJF to find work here are a few tips to take note of before you submit your next application.
Rowland Daniel reviews Armando Iannucci's new Political satire, The Death of Stalin.
Thinking of making a short film or entering a festival? Are you using all the resources available to you?