Saraswoti from Circus Kathmandu looks out over Kathmandu valley


News8th February 2021
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Satya films is looking to recruit an experienced and passionate development producer to work throughout 2021. You will be responsible for progressing various documentary projects from initial ideas through to commission. At this stage there are at least three ideas that already have some development funding. The role will involve juggling the projects at different stages of development.
Event18 Feb 2021
Join us for the second Cornwall Documentary Network event, in partnership with Falmouth University School of Film & Television, featuring director/producer, visual anthropologist and founder of Satya Films, Sky Neal. Whether you're working on a short or long-form documentary, developing ideas or looking to connect with other documentary-makers, we'd love to see you at this event.
News4 November 2020
The new Guardian documentary follows the innovative activities of a volunteer support network, the Daisy Chain. For seven months, filmmaker Sky Neal immersed herself in the community of St Just, the most westerly town in England. As food producers and business owners in the town struggle to survive the first lockdown, how will they find the resilience to pull together and face a second wave with winter approaching?....
News 15 DECEMBER 2020
The John Brabourne Awards are the Film and TV Charity's talent award, taking place twice a year and awarding a maximum of £5,000. The award is intended to give individuals with promising careers within film, television or exhibition the financial stability needed to complete courses, purchase essential kit or support themselves whilst developing projects. The awarding panel looks for new voices and culturally diverse perspectives, often making awards to individuals whose work intersects film, television, arts and journalism.

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