New Creatives What’s it all about?

New Creatives

What's it all about?

Applications for Film, Audio and Interactive now closed

There will be another 2 calls next year

This is a 2 year programme and there will be 2 further calls by July 2020 for future New Creative Commissions

New Creatives is an exciting new talent development scheme that offers commissioning opportunities for emerging artists to create new artistic works in film, or audio or interactive media, designed for BBC platforms.


We are looking for emerging talent with strong creative ideas and a drive to create and deliver their commissions. For this scheme, these will be South East based Artists between the ages of 16-30 who want to develop their original creative idea into a professional short film, audio or interactive media work.

 

New Creatives can come from any artistic discipline including: Dance, Performance, Comedy, Poetry, Spoken-word, Music, Rap, Writing, Film, Animation, Art, Visual Art, Storytelling and Game Design.

The BBC has a particular interest in opening up its platforms to new diverse talent by commissioning people who might not consider themselves artists or creatives, or who may have not been seen represented on screen, air or online before but have something to say and who may, with some professional support, collaborate to create something very special for BBC audiences – bringing mould-breaking ideas and perspectives that can help us experience, appreciate and understand the world in new ways. 

The New Creatives will have the opportunity for their projects to be selected for a new broadcast strand BBC Introducing Arts which will showcase and introduce new artistic talent from across the UK, across BBC platforms – this might be on BBC Four, BBC Radio 3, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sounds or beyond. We’ll look to identify the best platform for each idea.

This is an unprecedented opportunity for young creatives to experiment and connect with BBC audiences and beyond. All successful New Creatives will also be given training and support in distribution and their continuing online presence.

We welcome proposals from artists of all backgrounds, including those from minority ethnic groups, those who consider themselves to be disabled and those who are currently underrepresented in media and the visual arts.

To apply for this opportunity, please make sure you have read through the Creative Brief and the Terms & Conditions. If you have any questions or would like more information, please email the team at newcreatives@screensouth.org

Film, Audio & Interactive Important Dates - Call 2

Application

Application Deadline Extended

23rd June 2019 Midnight

Development

Development Day -
Film & Audio

05th July 2019

Resubmission Deadline

12th July 2019

Development Day -
Interactive

15th &16 July 2019

Resubmission Deadline

29th July 2019

Interviews

Interviews
Film & Audio

22nd - 24th July 2019

Interviews
Interactive

05th & 06th August 2019

Training

Film

05th - 06th August 2019

Audio

04th & 05th Sept 2019

Interactive

09th - 10th Sept 2019

Combined

06th September 2019

The Creative Brief

The New Creatives opportunity has been broken down into 3 specific strands. Film, Audio and Interactive. We’re looking for creative and thought provoking ideas for new works that are fresh and innovative proposals for short films, audio and interactive media that reflects on living in modern England in some way.

Terms & Conditions

Here you can find out all the specific information about the opportunity and how to apply.

FAQs

Here you read our FAQs. If yu have any further questions feel free to contact us at newcreatives@screensouth.org

Not in the South East Region?

This unique partnership between the BBC, Arts Council England and Screen South is replicated across England with 4 other creative media production organisations, who will also find, nurture and showcase emerging young creatives from their local area. Each New Creatives’ Network Centre will support the skills and training needs throughout the process to realise the ideas to broadcast standard. If you live outside the South East England region which covers:  Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, East Sussex, West Sussex, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Suffolk and Surrey, you may be able to apply through one of our partner New Creatives Network Centres around the country. Please see below for links to these organisations

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