TweetFest doesn’t happen just by clicking our heels and wishing we were home….
Instead we have some amazing companies and individuals who get behind us and help make TweetFest the incredible annual event that it is, showcasing some of Britain’s finest filmmakers. This year, we are delighted to have the support of the following sponsors and partners.
Meet some of key sponsors & PARTNERS
There are so many useful things you can do on WeAudition and WeRehearse. The whole shebang is over here on this link: HOW IT WORKS. And BONUS FOR TWEETUP MEMBERS: members can get a 25% discount when they join up by using the code TWEETFEST25 when they sign up. Actors can run lines with other actors, get coaching tips and have one to ones. The sky’s the limit.
LONDON FILM ACADEMY
London Film Academy is internationally recognised as an innovative film school producing world-class filmmakers who thrive in an environment that emulates real world realities.
EMERGING FILMMAKERS NIGHT
Emerging Filmmakers Night aka EFN is a quarterly film festival that showcases work from new directors to an audience of fellow filmmakers, industry professionals and cinephiles.
CoFuddle is a new online mental health and wellbeing platform that has just launched a support hub for women in the performing arts industry. Working with the community and relevant experts, CoFuddle will continue to create specialist content and support around common topics and issues, such as managing in-between work, body image, and starting out in the industry. Each ‘episode’ includes podcasts with featured experts, tips and advice from industry therapists and coaches, free online courses, and a dedicated forum and Facebook group offering peer support.
Kino London is the only monthly open-mic night film event of its kind in London, offering filmmakers an inclusive, open platform. It is a worldwide network of filmmakers, creatives and video technicians and is as raw, fresh and exciting as filmmaking gets…
Filmmakers register in advance to screen their short at the next event, sight unseen. There are no themes, no pre-selection and no restrictions, other than that films be under 6 minutes, on dvd, and include the Kino London logo at the end, just for our screening. Filmmakers turn up with their film on the night, introduce it personally then stick around to discuss their work with audience and filmmakers alike.
THE ACTING HABIT
The Acting Habit was developed to encourage actors to embrace the art of self-taping by providing them with invaluable guidance. The training is hosted on a secure platform and people around the world participate, giving and receiving feedback each day, while fine tuning their self-taping skills.