Our Sponsors & Partners
Helping us to deliver this event.
Colin McKeown - Film Producer
Han Duijvendak - Film Director
Honey Crespo - Filmmaker and Film Lecturer
An enormous thanks to our judges for providing their expertise and time to inspire us all.
The Real Camera Co.
The Real Camera Co. has being trading since 2001, with shops in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and in Liverpool’s city centre. Today they hold one of the largest and most varied stocks of used photographic equipment in the UK!
They sell, buy, and part exchange all manner of photographic miscellanea; film, digital, large format, medium format, 35mm, half frame, etc.
They offer a range of repair and maintenance services, including on-site sensor cleaning and small repairs, as well as off-site repairs by specialised technicians.
Their experienced staff share an enormous wealth of knowledge and are happy to talk all things photography, should you need some advice or a recommendation.
If you’re a budding beginner, a more experienced professional, or somewhere in between they're sure that they can help.
0151 236 2029
Since starting in 1993, HANDSTAND has grown into one of Merseyside’s established producers of:
documentary-style promotional and information films,
drama-based training films and
tailor-made digital film making programmes for young people in schools and youth centres and for community groups.
In the last decade or so it has produced or co-produced more than 80 promotional and information films, 6 Broadcast TV documentary series, 33 drama shorts with young people, 6 peer-education films, 10 documentaries with children and teenagers, 10 training films, 2 interactive training DVDs, and many gigabytes of web-teasers, trailers and movies for PowerPoint presentations.
They are part of the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP). This was set up to increase opportunities for children and young people across our region to take part in quality art and cultural experiences. The LCEP has developed Culturepool.org where you can search for cultural education resources, activities and experiences for children and young people and find out more about the work of the LCEP.
0151 708 7441
The Liverpool Lighthouse
Based in a refurbished former Gaumont cinema in high-deprivation North Liverpool, they are a registered charity working with the local community to create thriving communities of people living more fulfilled lives.
As an Arts and Community centre, they use engagement with the arts to improve people's wellbeing, so they can go on to develop the skills they need to meet their aspirations.
Their projects provide the local community and vulnerable groups with opportunities to develop skills, create and experience arts and culture and to connect with others, integrated with practical support for people in crisis or who need a helping hand.
Their programmes tackle the root causes of social disadvantage, creating long-term, transformational change in our community and our city.
0151 476 2342