BFI Film Academy 2: 2013-2014 

The second BFI Film Academy ran from 2013 until 2014. Eighteen young participants produced two short films, which can be viewed below.

Three participants from the second BFI Film Academy delivered by Screen South went on to undertake the BFI Film Academy residential programme at the National Film and Television School, which saw the most promising young talent from across the UK work with top industry professionals to make six short films. Director Louise Dunk and editor Sarue Jokonya worked on Bus Stop, and editor Ben Porro cut White Rose.

Dining in Red

Sarah and James have a romantic evening that they will never forget.

Director/Writer: Roman Gronkowski • Producer: Ben Porro • 1st AD: Louis Milbery-Smith • Set Designer: Samuel Andine • Camera: Kate Weedy & Jay Bevan • Sound: Harry Adams • Editor: William Ford • Make Up: Carla Eve

It's a Man's World

It's a Man's World is a satirical short film that focuses on the gender inequality of today's society but with a twist.

Director Writer: Louise Dunk • Producer: Estelle Papougnot • 1st AD: Crispin Thompson • 2nd AD: Jasmin Hayes • Set Designer: Isabelle Leong • Camera: Rebecca Neligan • Camera Assistant: Luke Harris • Sound: Sarah Brislow • Editor: Sarue Jokonya • Make Up: Jodi Corpe

To read about other BFI Film Academies delivered by Screen South, and what our participants achieved, click here.