Edinburgh Shorts Showcase Call-Out

Attention all Edinburgh & Lothians filmmakers! The 48 Hour Film Project and Screen Education Edinburgh are excited to announce our call for short films with a maximum runtime of 10 minutes. Whether you are an emerging filmmaker or an experienced professional, we invite you to submit your best work to be considered for our upcoming Edinburgh Shorts Showcase at the Cameo Picturehouse on the 27th of April 2023. Read more

Screen Progression Programme 2023 Kick-Off

Our new Screen Progression Programme began early February, with activity two nights per week at SEE developing a diverse range of learners from 17 to 55 years old! Read more

North Edinburgh Film Festival at West Pilton Neighbourhood Centre

On the 28th of January, Screen Education Edinburgh worked together with North Edinburgh Arts, North Edinburgh Community Festival and West Pilton Neighbourhood Centre to host the North Edinburgh Film Festival featuring a variety of exciting events that celebrated the spirit, vibrance, and rich history of North Edinburgh on screen. Read more

BFI Film Academy Network Course 22/23 Graduations

Our BFI filmmakers who participated in the BFI Film Academy Edinburgh Network Course for 2022/23 graduated and showcased their fantastic films at Leith Theatre. Read more

Made in North Edinburgh: Gallery Film Screening and Talk in Association with the Exhibition ‘Paul Duke: No Ruined Stone’

Special screening event of 'Made in North Edinburgh' followed by a talk in association with the Exhibition ‘Paul Duke: No Ruined Stone’. Read more

North Edinburgh Film Festival - Saturday 28th January!

An event showcasing work from Screen Education Edinburgh's 'In the Frame', North Edinburgh Arts' 'Art4grownups' and Pilton Video's archive films documenting the rich history of North Edinburgh. Read more

Applications Open for our Screen Progression Programme 2023

We are delighted to announce that  we are now accepting applications to our new Screen Progression Programme  for 2023, which is open to anyone 16 plus with no upper age limit. Read more

New Professional Recognition Course Launched as Part of Set the Scene Programme

A new GTCS accredited professional development course for teachers has launched as part of our Set the Scene programme. Read more

Applications now open for our Fundraising Manager post

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Fundraising Manager to work as part of the team here at SEE. The post will deliver on fundraising objectives which are aligned to our strategic plan, supporting our ambitions for organisational growth and development. Read more

Edinburgh Shorts Showcase

Join Screen Education Edinburgh, Short Circuit, and the 48 Hour Film Project for an evening celebrating fantastic short films in Edinburgh. Read more

Applications open for BFI Film Academy Edinburgh and South East Scotland 2022

We are delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications to our BFI Film Academy Edinburgh and South East of Scotland programme for 2022. Read more

25 young people developed on Craft Skills 2022

25 young people from across the UK took part in our BFI Film Academy Craft Skills 2022 programme, including short film and screenwriting development online throughout July, and key craft skills development, short film production, and industry engagement as part of an 8 day residential in Edinburgh. Read more

Into Film Awards : 'The Lonely Polar Bear' Wins Best Animation - 11 and Under

One of our learners Alex Ribes Cooke, who took part in our 'Your Take' project, where he created his own animation called "The Lonely Polar Bear" has just won the best 11 and under Animation Award at the Into Film Awards. Fantastic News, Congratulations Alex! Read more

Made in North Edinburgh: Bringing a Festival Back to Life

The Guardian has collaborated with Screen Education Edinburgh, to tell the story of residents' fight to bring back their festival. Read more

Climate challenge animation course open for applications

We are delighted to announce that Screen Education Edinburgh is running a 3 day animation learning course for anyone over the age of 16 in Edinburgh and the Lothians Read more

Edinburgh & Lothians Schools Film Competition 2022 open for entries

We are delighted to announce that the Edinburgh & Lothians Schools Film Competition 2022 is now open for entries for all schools in Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian and Midlothian Read more

11 learners developing on Moving Image Arts

11 learners aged 16 to 25 have been developing on our Moving Image Arts AS level programme taking place from early September 2021 Read more

In the Frame learners go into production

Adult learners on our In the Frame programme have been developing in all aspects of documentary filmmaking from early September 2021 and now move into production of their films Read more

48 teachers & filmmaking learning resources developed on Set the Scene

48 teachers from Edinburgh, Lothians, Fife and Scottish Borders, alongside schools' filmmaking learning resources, have been developed through our Set the Scene: Filmmaking for Educators programme from mid August 2021 Read more

20 young people developing on BFI Film Academy network programme

20 young people from Edinburgh and Southeast Scotland have been developing on our BFI Film Academy network programme taking place from early October 2021 Read more

Edinburgh and Lothians Schools Film Competition 2021 Winners Announced

Showcased online, we found out this years winners and celebrated the work submitted by schools over the past two years. Read more

Soothe Wins at EIFF New Visions Short Film Competition

BFI Film Academy short film ‘Soothe’ wins prize at EIFF’s New Visions short film competition 2021. Read more

Set The Scene Programme 2021

Calling all Educators! Check out our free programme that offers professional development in film literacy, filmmaking, and exhibition. Read more

Trainees praise shadowing scheme

Trainees praise partnership between SEE and TLK productions offering shadowing opportunities on Stephen Frears' The Lost King. Read more