Applications for the online programme for 2016 are closed.

For the online programme, you will need to complete a simple application form with your contact details and some brief information about your filmmaking experience.  You do not need a project to apply.

Applications  for the core programme for 2016 are closed.

For the core programme, you’ll need to complete a simple application form with a brief outline in English of your feature film project, including the information below:

  • A 25 word logline for your proposed film
  • A short synopsis (max 500 words)  This should communicate the story that you are looking to tell – how it starts, develops and resolves, the characters involved and what they want.
  • A writer’s, director’s or producer’s statement (max 500 words)  This should help paint a picture of the type of film the director intends to make – the fundamental creative vision and why the innovative use of VFX and/or Stereo 3D at a low budget is integral.

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  • For individual producers who are not attached to a project team, a producer’s statement (max 500 words)  This should outline the kind of films you wish to produce.
  • A statement of the benefits of participating in the CCFL Training programme (max 200 words)

Download the guidelines and application form for the core programme here.  These should provide all the information you need to complete an application to the Cross Channel Film Lab.

If you have any questions, please contact the core Cross Channel Film Lab team.