Screen Academy Scotland - Blog

Welcome to our blog - we are trialling this feature at the moment, if you are a graduate of Screen Academy Scotland and wish to share your stories, then please contact us: we are more than happy to share your news. If you have a blog that you would like us to add to our blogroll, again, feel free to contact us. We have set up an rss feed for our blog which you can find at

Pufferfish - image by Bev Hood

Scottish Informatics Playlab at Glasgow School of Art blog by Michele Marcoux

As a visual artist with a background in web technologies as well as the Administration Manager at Screen Academy Scotland I was intrigued by the SICSA Playlab’s aim to:

One Sunday in Arbroath

Lisa Clarkson, recent MA Screenwriting graduate at Screen Academy Scotland, Edinburgh Napier was selected to take part in Marten Rabarts' masterclass as part of Bellrock - Creative Scotland Screenwriting W

Screen NETS/Screen Academy - participants on New Voices on Screen with SFTN

Laura Kingwell MA Film Directing writes about Edinburgh TV Fest 2016

Thanks to Screen Academy Scotland I was lucky enough to receive a pass to this year's Edinburgh Television Festival.

Hula – Would you? Creative collaboration in the development of a BAFTA Scotland winning short

Hula, starring veteran actor Blythe Duff is an award winning short directed by Screen Academy Scotland graduate Robin Haig.


Illumenation 2015 - Helsinki

A mix of undergraduate, postgraduate and recent alumni Screen Academy students from ENU and ECA, together with lecturers Nigel R.

Chris Lindsay

Writing for Holby City

Screen Academy Scotland MA Screenwriting graduate Chris Lindsay on his experience writing an episode for Holby City. Holby City is a 1 hour a continuing drama set in a hospital.

Robin Haig - Dear Dad

Filmmaking & Crofting

MA Film student Robin Haig writes about her six years in Amsterdam and her dream of combining filmmaking and crofting back home in Scotland. 

Update from the Sahara!

Irune Gurtubai and Ben Sharrock are currently studying on the MFA Advanced Film Practice course at Screen Academy Scotland, Edinburgh Napier.

Amazing ENGAGE

Katri Vanhatalo graduate of Screen Academy Scotland, Edinburgh Napier BA Photography & Film writes about attending her first ENGAGE workshop which took place Mar 30th  – Apr 2nd  at the National Film School at