About Me

Head of Media Studies at a secondary school in the Midlands.

Lead Practitioner in Moving Image Education for Scottish Screen.

OCR moderator

You can follow me on Twitter: @andywallis

View Andy Wallis's profile on LinkedIn



3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Andy,

    did you get to the MLC?

    We sponsored the event, and were there to raise the profile of our young filmmakers network.

    We are trying to expand the network throughout the UK, which promotes the progression and self motivated learning through digital film production.

    If you can help us in any way with schools in your local area we’d be grateful for any help, support or free publicity to try and get Cineclub up and running in and around Hampshire.

    Warm regards,

    • Hi Karl

      Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. Yep, I did attend the MLC and have just blogged about it! Am definitely interested in what Cineclub has to offer, could you provide me with a bit more info. I remember seeing your stand at the conference and thought what you are doing looked interesting.



  2. Hi Andy

    My name is Katie and i’m producing a Bridging The Gap Documentary that’s coming out to film on Islay very soon. I saw on the Islay High School website that you’re the local go-to media man on the island and was thinking it would be great to make contact with you for advice and support for my crew? I don’t know how often you access this blog but will look for your contacts on other platforms too. My email is katie@blueirisfilms.co.uk should you be interested to get back to me. I can tell you more about the project.

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