Moving Image Arts Scotland - Make Dreams a Reality

Funded by Screen Scotland Moving Image Arts Scotland is a national programme managed by Screen Education Edinburgh that increases access to film education, creative film skills, progression to further and higher education, and film, tv and the media sector entry for learners aged 16 to 25 across Scotland, including those facing barriers in terms of inclusion, diversity and geographic location, based at four of the nation's leading film learning organisations.

Over a full academic year, learners will study film history, theory, and production at AS level through the Moving Image Arts film qualification at Eden Court Highlands, GMAC Film, Screen Education Edinburgh, and Station House Media Unit.  

Aged 16-25 and got a thirst for telling your own story through film? Moving Image Arts AS level qualification gives you a unique opportunity to develop your voice as a filmmaker. You’ll examine the history, techniques and creative impact of film, and use this to inform the development and production of your own work.

We’ll show you how Hitchcock terrified generations, how Tim Burton uses expressionist imagery to create imaginative new worlds and characters, how Film Noir seduced audiences with danger and darkness, and how to turn your ideas into fully realised films, learning cinematography, sound, directing, producing, production design and editing to inform your unique perspective on the world.

Our 2021-22 course has now closed for applications.

To watch films produced by previous Moving Image Arts learners click here