Magazine article Screen International

Creative England Launches Emerging Producer Initiatives

Magazine article Screen International

Creative England Launches Emerging Producer Initiatives

Article excerpt

UK creative industries agency Creative England has launched two initiatives aimed at emerging film producers.

Producer Hothouse will be a professional development programme in which up to ten successful applicants will undertake a six-month placement at an established production company.

The potential host companies are: Sheffield's Warp Films (This Is England); Ridley Scott's London-based Scott Free Productions (Before I Go To Sleep); 42 (Welcome To The Punch), Altitude Film Entertainment (Kill Your Friends), Number 9 Films (Made In Dagenham), Pulse Films (American Honey), Trademark Films (My Week With Marilyn) and Vertigo Films (StreetDance).

The programme will be open to producers based outside of London in England or Scotland who are working on either their first or second features. Entrants will be able to progress their own projects alongside development responsibilities at host companies. They will also receive a bursary of $12,000 (£9,000) to go towards relocation expenses. …

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