Panel Discussion: Being Young, Creative and Black in Scotland Event

Free online

Friday 20th November 2020

at 1:00 PM /

Panel Discussion: Being Young, Creative and Black in Scotland


Being Young, Creative and Black in Scotland: Collaborative Opportunities like Nowhere Else

Join us for this live panel discussion on our Facebook page*, a collaboration between Africa in Motion, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), GMAC Film, Fans Youth Film Festival and Fair Access at RCS. This collaboration brings together young black filmmakers and creatives for an on-line discussion that forms part of RCS’s Film Department’s Open Day, Africa in Motion’s Industry Programme and GMAC Film’s Little Pictures training programme (a new short film scheme specifically aimed at BAME and under-represented communities).

Young, black film creatives based in Scotland will discuss their journeys in the creative industries, from acting and performance, to directing, scriptwriting and curation. Our aim is to encourage young black creatives to engage in the arts and to signpost the RCS as an opportunity to develop their craft and career. 

A registration link for this free event is coming soon! 


*It will also be recorded and uploaded to our Vimeo page within 24 hours of the event.

Watch Live

Friday 20th November 2020 / Time TBC / Online

How AIM 2020 works

Films will be available to watch for 48 hours from the Watch Live date and time.

Discussions and Masterclasses will be streamed live to our Facebook page on the Watch Live date and time.

Workshops are closed and require registration.

For full ticketing information click here.

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