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Somerset Film And Video Ltd

Somerset Film is a charity promoting education in the moving image within the county and wider region. SF is devoted to sharing knowledge and skills in film and digital media making and act as a central hub for moving image based training and education; providing facilities, equipment and advice and for the production of video and digital media programmes and installations.

Its importance as a catalyst of educational development in film and media is recognised by all six local authorities in Somerset, which have designated Somerset Film as a Key Strategic Organisation for the county.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £87,248
  • 2013-2014: £89,255
  • 2014-2015: £91,575

Video feed

Introduction To THE INFIRMARY TRIPTYCH by Dave Eldergill Film featuring a presentation made by Artist Dave Eldergill at Ignite's Creative Network meeting. Film made by Somerset Film Bursary Student Rob Blockwood.

The General Election Debate at the YMCA, Bridgwater

Somerset Youth Parliament and Young Voice in association with Somerset Film invite you to make your voice heard...we recommend you watch from 37 mins as earlier part is incomplete. Thanks!

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ProjectionTeaser Footage of Ignite Somerset's projections onto the facade of Strode Theatre and Contains Art in Watchet

Making The Sound We See Week 2

This video is about Making The Sound We See day 2

Making The Sound We See

The Sound We See with Echo Park Film Center, LA making of preview film.

HalswayTestProjection Test projections at Halsway Manor, in preparation for projections for the Hothouse Folk Festival on 4th April, 2015

InStarlight 'In Starlight' is a short film made by Somerset based artist Frances Harrison.

Portrait of Artist Frances Harrison Artist Frances Harrison talks about her experience of collaborating with Ignite Somerset

In Starlight A short film made by artist Frances Harrison

Creative Minds Bristol Conference 2014

Creative Minds is a national conversation, led by the voice of learning disabled artists, performers and film-makers. It is about how we can define quality in learning disability led creative work. It is about seeing, talking and questioning. This is a film about the second Creative Minds Conference. It was in Bristol on the 14th October 2014 at the science museum, At-Bristol. For more information, and to join in with the talking, please go to

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Contact details


The Engine Room, 52
High Street

51.127419, -3.00515

  • 51.127419 -3.00515

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