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We are seeking hard working and enthusiastic individuals who would like an internship with a film and media organisation. 


We will give you an opportunity to work across all our organisational strands - festival, industry and events, community, education, and charity to gain valuable experience in varied roles within the creative industry. You may work as a production assistant on one of our live events or online masterclasses; a researcher or content creator for our social media; a designer of digital assets for one of our programmes or as an event planner for one of our live events. We are looking for adaptable and  enthusiastic people who are ready for a challenge and want to try their hand at lots of different roles within the media. 

Deadline for applications 21ST JUNE 2024.

New  workshops dates released > 

What people say about our training 

“The course covered a wide range of excellent tools, which are user-friendly and free. The trainer matched the course content to attendees, including content and level of students, which was really helpful and valuable. The level of expertise of the trainer was evident in her knowledge and attention to detail. Friday was an excellent course that I would highly recommend to others. There was good communication before the event. Easy parking, etc., and good facilities, which all help aid the whole experience. It was good to talk to other attendees to pick their brains.”

Funding may be available through Cornwall VSF Learning Academies for staff and volunteers working in the voluntary sector. 

Calling all Short Filmmakers 

The Cornwall Film Festival is open for entries from across the globe.  12 Categories from local to International. Enter the competition now!

We are looking for bold, innovative, and genuine stories! Our festival is not only a way to show established filmmakers' work, but also to give visibility to those who are emerging.

Our previous expert judges have included Die Hexen (You are Not My Mother), Andy De Emmony (The Last Kingdom, Four Kids & It), Kate Cheesman (Doc Martin, Call the Midwife), Joss Agnew (The Man Who Fell To Earth, Poldark), Clare Tavernor (My Life as a Rolling Stone, Huey Morgan's Latin Music Adventure)  and many more.

British film director Mike Leigh is the festival's patron.

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Explore our various community projects across Cornwall

Our community projects in Cornwall work with hard to reach groups who face social, cultural or economic exclusion from the richness of media culture with a focus on improving the health and wellbeing of communities.

Massive thank you to everyone who attended  the acclaimed Cornwall Film Festival 


Running concurrently with the OtherRealms exhibits and experiences, attendees can take advantage of the opportunity to connect with a wide array of events, making the Film Festival an unparalleled experience at the forefront of technology, creativity and imagination. 


Mor Media is a Charity that brings people together through our community programmes and runs media training & education in Cornwall. Enhances career prospects and deepens understanding with our Industry talks & masterclasses, and innovates with a year-round film programme.



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