If you have not yet discovered it, have a long look at the BBC Academy website, and in particular the College of Production. There is a wealth of useful information about working in broadcasting, and not just in the BBC.
The Guerilla Film Makers Masterclass 2013: Rise Of The Micro Crew is a two day event designed to get you making YOUR movie NOW! It will help you avoid mistakes, it will save you money and it will guide you through the seemingly infinite choices that lay ahead…
When – June 15th / 16th
Where – Regents College, central London
How much – £79 early bird (£135 normal price)
BAFTA Crew is a professional network that gives you access to the best established film industry talent and a network of fellow professionals.
Are you working in film or TV production or post-production in the English Regions? Do you want to join a professional network that will help to launch your career in the industry? If so, then join BAFTA Crew, a new group for the brightest crew talent in the English regions.
Deadline for applications February 18, 2013. Apply here.
“A new research report released today by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) reveals that young people are needlessly being discouraged from pursuing a career in film, television or games – with talented young people from lower socio-economic backgrounds and women at particular risk of being lost to these industries. Careers in film, television and games are popular first choices amongst young people……… However, one in five (20%) of all respondents found accessing careers advice difficult or impossible, and ……. the majority (64%) felt the advice was too general and almost half (49%) felt the advisor did not know enough about the industry in question.” Continue reading →
This is a free training day for media freelancers in digital, radio & television, to be held in MediaCityUK on Tuesday 20th Nov 2012.
The day is produced in partnership with the BBC Academy and Creative Skillset. Many leading training providers (DV Talent, Indie Training Fund, BECTU, ITV, Futureworks, The Farm, Grand Scheme Media, BBC Writers Room, and others) are coming together to provide a free training day for TV freelancers. To be eligible, you must have been a media professional for a minimum of two years and/or have three broadcast credits to your name and be employed on a short term or freelance contract. You must verify your work history in the mandatory section to be considered for a place.
The day is backed by Pact, Bectu, Broadcast magazine, broadcasters and many independent production companies.
Do you want to write for EastEnders, Casualty, Holby City and Doctors? Do you want training across BBC One’s flagship shows and a springboard to write across the entire range of the BBC’s drama output?
Hi there, Daz Scales here from Backyard Productions, a fan film group from the UK. I also graduated with Masters in Media Production thanks to the University of Lincoln.
You might be interested to know that I am producing a series of video diaries of the production process. As well as detailing the progress I also pass on my ‘wisdom’ of making films for free (well almost free).
“…..here is the annual job opportunity at BMS! This time I am looking for a Producer, so likely to be a graduate of yours with at least a couple of years’ experience of the professional working environment.”