New Creatives

New Creatives
South East

Applications for Call 3 AUDIO are open

Applications for Film and Interactive will open again for the last call in April

New Creatives is a talent development scheme that will nurture and showcase new emerging creative voices.

The scheme is supported and funded by BBC Arts and the Arts Council and offers interactive, audio and film artists a commission to create their idea. You can find a local event to hear more about the scheme, get in touch with Screen South or discover the creative brief below. There are multiple rounds for this scheme, so you can find the deadline date for the current call below, and also experience some of the amazing works that have already been created by our incredible artists.

Find Out More:

What is New Creatives?

What's it all about and what are the dates for the next round?

The Creative Brief Film, Audio, Interactive

Click here to find out more about what we are looking for.

Terms & Conditions

Here you can find out all the specific information about the opportunity


Here you can read our FAQs. If you have any further questions feel free to contact us at:

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

Apply for AUDIO here:


If you would like to be kept up to date when the next round opens, please email

Click here for the AUDIO application form

New Creatives Alumni

Meet the Creatives

Find out more about the creatives from our first call. Each of these 16-30 year old's are located in the South East, and are working through their journey on this scheme from idea to distribution.

Latest News

This page is dedicated to keeping you up to date with the latest happenings from the New Creatives Scheme. Here you will be able to see the latest articles, events we will be running and when the new calls are open.

Where To Find The Content

Here you can find out where you can watch and listen to all the content created for New creatives across the Country.

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