Film Access Network Scotland (FANS) is a consortium of leading moving image and media access organisations that work with young people and the wider community across Scotland. It was founded in November 2013 to facilitate consultation and representation at a strategic level and partnership working across the sector.
FANS organisations have a rich and diverse history of engaging with people at all stages of their learning journey. Our interventions help transform the lives of those we work with by contributing towards increased skills, confidence, communication and resilience. Our shared values are equality, diversity and creativity.
There are currently 6 FANS members based in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and the Borders: Screen Education Edinburgh; Media Education; GMAC Film; Station House Media Unit; Plantation Productions and Live Borders.
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For more information about FANS, why not download the FANS 2016 Report here.