Screen Education Edinburgh's adult learning programme offers creative opportunities to anyone over the age of 21.
If you have a desire to learn more about filmmaking, these courses offer a perfect introduction for beginners and anyone seeking to develop their creative voice.
All our courses are created to be affordable and are open to everyone, at a low cost with concessions available to those in receipt of Income-based Jobseeker's Allowance, Income Support, Working Tax Credit, Pension Credit, Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit.
For more information on each course and the booking process, please see below.
Screen Education Edinburgh is partnering with Queen Margaret University to offer short courses in film education, funded by Screen Scotland
The Screen Progression Programme is a national initiative managed by Screen Education Edinburgh and funded by Screen Scotland that provides access to high quality vocational development in Film and TV skills. For those aged 16 and over with no upper age limit.
This course will enable you to develop your filmmaking skills and add to your portfolio. Running across six weeks, you’ll learn more advanced techniques on Screenwriting, Directing, Camera, Sound, Lighting, Editing and Producing.
Learn how to write for film on our 10 week Introduction to Short Screenwriting evening course. Designed for people of all levels of experience who want to learn the craft of screenwriting, we’ll take you from a one-line idea to the development of a complete and polished short film script.
A weekend course on how to write, direct, shoot and edit your own short film that offers an opportunity to learn new skills and to begin developing your own voice through one of the most powerful and far reaching storytelling tools in the world.