UK Jewish Film are continuing to offer funding for amateur film makers to create a three-minute documentary about Jewish life in Britain.
For the second year running, the charity will choose just five filmmakers to commission up
to £1000 to help cover the location, casting, and camera crew costs for each film. The successful applicants’ films will be featured in this year’s UK Jewish Film Festival, taking place across multiple venues in November.
The UK Jewish Film website states: “We’re looking for film makers of all ages, backgrounds, and experience to take part in a ground-breaking project which aims to document modern day life in a series of creative and original documentaries.
“The films can be made in any genre or style and are an ideal opportunity for a filmmaker in the early stages of their career.
“We’re interested in hearing from people with a great story to tell, who may have no experience in the industry but are up for an amazing challenge this summer.
“It genuinely doesn’t matter how old you are. It’s never too late to learn a new skill!”
To find out more and apply, visit Ukjewishfilm.org