Promoting new ideas - Engaging audiences - Delivering excellence and opportunity for all

Screen South is a cultural development organisation with digital creativity at its heart.

We ensure our strategic activity underpins access, promotion and skills and that these are supported at the best possible level. We work with partners across a range of digital and creative projects in arts, heritage and on screen. We have a drive to bring hidden stories, talent and ideas to the public gaze and back that up by nurturing good relationships with people and partners locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. We focus on nurturing a diverse range of new talent with training and progression as well as generating new productions, showcases and exhibitions  
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Latest News & Opportunities

Applications are now open for the 2019-2020
Kent BFI Film Academy

June 25, 2019 - September 26, 2019

BFI Film Academy 2019-2020 – Now Open for Applications

Are you 16-19? Passionate about film? Interested in a career in the film industry? If so, the BFI Film Academy is for you. This course offers you the chance to be part of our future film industry. Click here to find out how to apply. Deadline Thursday 26th September 2019.

September 21, 2019 - September 21, 2019

Romney Marsh Film Making Workshops

Screen South & Turn The Tide Festival welcome you to come and be creative at a free filmmaking session where you can learn new skills including camera, sound & editing. Taking place on Wednesday 18th September and Wednesday 25th September. Contact us now to book your place.

September 21, 2019 - September 21, 2019

Fifth Continent Autumn Film Challenge

Fifth Continent on Film, is challenging residents of Romney Marsh to enter the free ‘Autumn Week Film Challenge’, taking place 24th October - 30th October 2019. Click here to find out how you can take part and what you can win.

September 21, 2019 - September 21, 2019

Kent in WW1 – The Whitehead Family

In August 2019, Screen South received a phone call from a lady called Patricia who was tracking down her family history and found something interesting on our Kent in WW1 Website.

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