Film-makers of the future get chance to hone their talents

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Aspiring film-makers will be given the chance to hone their skills when Sheffield Talent Centre launches a pilot training programme on how to make a debut fiction feature.

The course, spread over six monthly events, will cover making a feature film from development through to distribution.

Members of the national and regional film industry, including representatives of BFI Film Fund, Inflammable Films and Creative England, will provide a series of talks, panels and case studies.

The module is aimed at producers, writers and directors who have yet to make a released feature film.

All sessions are free, with 40 places in Sheffield.

Sheffield Talent Centre is one of two out-of-London talent centres established by BFI and Creative England to discover and support UK filmmaking talent.

n Visit to take part.