The MAMA Youth Project recruits, trains and nurtures young people between 18-25 years of age from under-represented groups or with limited educational or employment opportunities.

Through training projects we equip people with the skills and experience necessary to secure long-term and fulfilling employment in the TV and media industry.


The deadline to submit to the BFI Future Film Festival 2023 has been extended to Monday 19 September. Aged 16-25? They are looking for emerging filmmakers from all over the world to submit their short films. Head over to @BFIFilmAcademy for more info https://t.co/jDy1QhxrLI
3 weeks ago
RT @CignpostD:6 months ago we launched the Pathfinders placement programme, offering 5 people the opportunity to work behind the camera on the UK's biggest TV shows. As the placements come to a close, we went behind the scenes with @bbcstudios on Casualty. Watch here: https://t.co/0UZ0nBoXhj
4 weeks ago
Click the link below for inside intel, advice and workshops on achieving success in creative industries from the world’s best mentors! okmentor.me/2022summithttps://t.co/ksGAzBWH4q
2 months ago
Digital Media Training applications close tonight ! If you are interested and haven't applied yet, click the link below to apply now ! mamayouth.org.uk/training/digit…https://t.co/tnG8ylfTuR
2 months ago