Pink Saltire, the Scottish equality charity, are looking for film-makers for exciting new video projects exploring diversity and life in Scotland.
The charity, which aims to tackle the isolation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people through new creative media projects, wants to reach out to experienced and new producers across the country in a bid to tackle some of the myths and confusion around equality issues.
The group have a number of new opportunities for film-makers to produce short films or documentaries of up to 10-minutes and with budgets between £1500-£3000. The films will be in production over the summer and will include topics such as the campaign for inclusive education in schools; rural life and barriers for LGBTI people; and the continuing fight for equal rights for Transgender people.
Working with partner organisations and activists from across the country, the completed films will then be shared with politicians and the public to help them better understand some of these issues.
Interested film-makers are asked to apply, sending their CV (max 2 pages) including a web link to their portfolio of work
by 5pm Friday 24th June 2016
Applicants will then be contacted after this date with more details about the individual projects and a commissioning panel will make the final decision on appointing successful film-makers to each project.
Remember, this open call for film-makers closes 5pm Friday 24th June, so get your CV and portfolio link to us now!