To mark IWD2016, we have created a film in two parts entitled 'Women Change Manchester', celebrating the region’s most inspiring women from history, presented by inspirational women from today. '#WOMENCHANGEMCR' PART ONE: '#WOMENCHANGEMCR' PART TWO: To read a copy of the #WomenChangeMcr event brochure, download here Click here to join the 'Women Change Manchester' conversation & see photos Read More
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To celebrate International Women’s Day 2016, SharpFutures will be releasing their ‘Women Change Manchester’ film, showcasing some of the region’s most inspiring women from history, presented by inspirational women from today. Read more about some of the inspirational women who will be showcased in our film and what difference they made to Manchester: 1. Ellen Read More

What’s it about? ‘Women Change Manchester’ is a short film which will be showcased in a screening event at The Sharp Project in celebration of International Women’s Day, Tuesday 8th March and also rolled out as part of a large social campaign. It will focus on giving a platform to inspiring Mancunian women’s stories from

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As part of SharpFutures Framed, we invited Paul Tovee to speak to our production placements about his time as an editor and his tips for a career in the Media Industry. He has been a TV programme editor for over 20 years. Paul has kindly written about himself and his top 10 tips for success

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I went to see “Golem” a performance by a leading theatre company known as “1927” in Manchester’s new “HOME” theatre on the 15th October. At first I didn’t know what to expect, I saw images of the production online and thought, this looks different! The actors interact with animations, which are projected onto the background.

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As part of our “Favourite…” series, we decided to create a blog about the SharpFutures apprentice team’s  favourite TV productions that have been created at either The Sharp Project orThe Space Project. Below are our initial choices, part two to follow soon! ‘Fresh Meat’ (Objective Productions for Channel 4) Chosen by Amy Williams My favourite

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