World Media Initiatives
Local Media Initiatives is a production company with a difference.
We are focused on delivering film production, media consultancy, training projects, and events.
Our flagship product is Junior Filmmakers a film-making program aimed at introducing young people to the skills of making films.
Young people learn to create film scripts, prepare storyboards, crew, and cast for their production, carry out pre-production activities and produce their films.
We create learning experiences and opportunities for young people by taking them on trips and organising lectures with industry figures.
The films produced are premiered to family, friends, and colleagues at a red carpet premiere.
Junior Filmmakers started on January 3rd, 2013 and we have worked with more than 1500 children in and out of schools in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, and Bedford to produce more than 100 films and hold over 50 film premieres
We are also developing a number of independent film projects.
Refurbishment underway at The Hub in Milton Keynes
Following the announcement of the exciting plans to upgrade The Hub, works are well underway with the porte cocheres at Blossom Room, Our Place and Turtle Bay now complete.
NatWest opens new community hub in Milton Keynes
NatWest has opened a new community hub at centre:mk in Milton Keynes.
Milton Keynes theme park to host spooktacular Fright Fiesta for the whole family
Fans of fun and frights are in for a treat at Gulliver’s Land with a festival to celebrate the spookiest season of the year.
Political divide remains as new chair appointed on Thames Valley Police and Crime Panel
Thames Valley’s Police and Crime Panel ended a near three-month hiatus by finally agreeing on the appointment of a new chair but political divisions remain.
Marshall Amplification staff step in to support community theatre in Milton Keynes
Employees from Marshall Amplification have continued their support of a local charity this month, welcoming residents from Camphill MK for a tour of their factory and awarding them a grant of £8,000 to help upgrade facilities at an on-site theatre.
Milton Keynes in the top three UK cities where people want to quit their jobs
A new study has found that Milton Keynes is 2nd in the UK for people wanting to leave their jobs.
New hope for people living with dementia in Bucks thanks to £4 million tech prize
Thousands of people in Buckinghamshire could benefit from a new multi-million-pound competition to find cutting-edge technology that supports people with early-stage dementia.
List of roadworks taking place across Milton Keynes
Here is a list of roadworks Milton Keynes Council will be carrying out across the city over the next few weeks.
Popular Tree Top Walkway at forest near Milton Keynes to be removed due to 'serious safety issues'
The Tree Top walk at Salcey Forest is set to be permanently removed after closing back in 2018.
Popular fair to return to Milton Keynes this November
It has been announced that the popular fair at Campbell Park will be returning this November, alongside Milton Keynes' annual Fireworks Spectacular.
Can you help lost cats in Milton Keynes find their way home?
Cats Protection’s Milton Keynes and District Branch needs to recruit a Lost and Found Officer to help reunite missing cats with their owners.
Sam Ryder to headline free festival to celebrate city status in Milton Keynes
A huge free festival is taking place in Milton Keynes this October to celebrate city status and Sam Ryder has been announced as a headline act.