The Royal Veterinary College is looking for an enthusiastic and creative individual to join their team as a Digital Media Production Assistant. This one-year fixed term post would be ideal for recent graduates with a flair for digital image capture and video production looking to build their portfolio and gain work experience.
Nr Potters Bar, Hertfordshire c. £20.3K to £23K pa inclusive
From University of Lincoln graduate Tim Nicholls: My company Red Bee Media currently has opportunities for work placements in the creative division. “Red Bee CREATIVE is the crack team who devise all those memorable bits between the programmes on TV. We’re talking the trailers and Idents which are internationally acclaimed for their originality, flair and wit. But our work is not only on TV, we transform media brands by creating content for any platform and on any device. Our teams specialize in all types of short-form content, so our projects range from web programmes to digital / social media campaigns.”
From LSM graduate Dom James, now Head of Post Production at Reef Television in London: I’m looking for a new edit assistant to start in September for a 4 month contract and wanted to give Lincoln students the first opportunity to apply. Here’s the description for the job :
Reef TV are looking for an Edit Assistant in London. The role will include copying tapeless media to the digitise stations and converting to low res material for use in offline edit, conforms from offline to online for HD edits and general maintenance of the edit suites.You will be responsible for unlock/lockup of the office and work will be based on a shift pattern with 2 other assistants. Must be available for immediate interview. Closing date 11th August 2013. Salary according to age and experience (adheres to UK minimum wage regulations).
PLEASE DO NOT CALL REEF – EMAIL CONTACT ONLY: Please send CV and cover email with subject “EDIT ASSISTANT – LINCOLN” to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only successful applicants will be contacted to attend interview. Continue reading →
Short film submissions are invited for screenings at the Barbican‘s Framed Festival. Films must be under 10 minutes and must link to one of the following themes: ‘Imagine’, ‘Insight’, ‘Slice of Life’ or ‘Taboo’. For ages 16-25: Full details.
An opportunity to programme and review films for Barbican film festivals and monthly events. For ages 16-24. Apply by 2nd August. Also, our Documentary Showcase, judged by Polly Nash, is open to submissions from filmmakers aged 16-30 until 1 August.
I hope you’re enjoying your course (and working hard – it’s not all about those Tower Bar meetings in the beer garden you know…)
I’ve been asked to write a little bit about my journey from Studenthood to the ‘real world’ thus far and I hope I can give you a little insight on what you might expect once the heavenly bubble of University life bursts and leaves a sticky residue of hope and fear on you. Continue reading →
I have been offered a job at London-based technology/IT news website www.V3.co.uk. It’s an absolutely brilliant first job to get, and it’s a highly-regarded news source in the industry, so I’m absolutely thrilled about it. It’s a 9 month maternity contract, but it’s a great step onto the ladder. I’ll be covering IT skills/education, social media and UK tech startups. I’ll also be producing much of the website’s video content. Continue reading →
With the rise of sites like You Tube, Funny or Die and College Humor, there has never been an easier or indeed a more crowded route into sketch writing and making your name as a comedy genius. Find out how from Hat Trick TV producer Mark Talbot at the London Breakfast Club, 5th April 2013. Tickets are available here (£15 + VAT). Continue reading →
From Chris Jones: Want 6 Months Screenwriting Mentoring? As part of our ongoing commitment to developing the UK’S best screenwriting talent, we have teamed up with our friends at Script Angel to offer this six month program as a prize for a 2013 LSF delegate. If you win, your mentor will be seasoned pro and founder of Script Angel, Hayley McKenzie. Full details.
These first months have been the busiest of my life – but I have learnt from them every single day.
Having graduated from the BA (Hons) Media Production course, I was awaiting response from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) after interviewing for their PgDip Sound Design For The Theatre course, which was brand new this year, and listed a maximum of three places available in the prospectus. A few weeks later, I received the letter I was hoping for……….. Continue reading →
Creative Skillset is the industry body which supports skills and training for people and businesses to ensure the UK creative industries maintain their world class position.
If you’re working in one of these industries, they have information and resources to help you take your career to the next level. If you’re just starting out, you’ll find information on all the different jobs out there to help you decide which one is right for you.