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SFS Turns Five!

Screen Facilities Scotland (SFS) are delighted to have been the trade body for facilties and services companies in the screen industry in Scotland for FIVE years now. 72 more words


EVENT: SFS Member Rage Music at EIFF

Caroline Gorman of Rage Music and SFS Member moderated a panel at this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF). 

This industry event open to EIFF Passholders and located at the EIFF Delegate Centre at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, took place on Tuesday 21 June 2016. 227 more words


EVENT: SFS at XpoNorth 2016

SFS were again invited to take part in Scotland’s Leading Creative Industries Festival XpoNorth this year.

SFS member Freakworks & Freak Films curated a fascinating conference session on data management with fellow SFS member… 1,331 more words


EVENT: SFS at Scotland's Screen Summit 2016

SFS members were pleased to be involved again in this year’s now renamed Scotland’s Screen Summit.

Scotland’s Screen Summit, previously known as the Scottish Film Summit and now renamed to include broadcast screen, is a one-day forum open to everyone involved and interested in the future of Scotland’s film and television sector – whether industrial or cultural – to come together to discuss and debate what that future can be.  179 more words


EVENT: Member Open Event & Networking Session April 2016

Friday 29 April 2016 saw SFS’s second successful Member Open Event & Networking Session that was kindly hosted by SFS Member LS Productions and took place this time in Edinburgh. 120 more words


EVENT: SFS Working Group Meeting April 2016

The SFS Working Group met on Friday 22 April hosted jointly by member Artem (venue) and Gaelforce 10 Management (refreshments).

Gail Gyi of Gaelforce 10 Management… 45 more words


EVENT: root6 Scotland present Platform1 Scotland

From SFS Member root6 Scotland:

Please join us for our annual one day root6 Platform1 Scotland event, being held on the 25th of May from 12.30pm at the Bylthswood Square Hotel in Glasgow. 221 more words