Cinema & TV Internships in the UK - Edinburgh

None of this rapid growth is a coincidence. Creative Scotland has worked hard to make Scotland an attractive location for big productions, and their dedicated screen unit Screen Scotland was set up after considerable investment by the Scottish Government.

Beyond the world of production, Scotland has a lively film festival circuit. The Edinburgh International Film Festival, the longest continually-running film festival in the world, runs for 10 days each June. It has premiered many big features since it started in 1947. The Glasgow Film Festival is a smaller affair with a big personality, while the Loch Ness Film Festival celebrates grassroots styles of filmmaking.

If you’re trying to pick a location for a film or tv production internship, Scotland may well be one of the most exciting places you can base yourself.