Film London announces New Entrants course for industry beginners
Date posted: 20.12.2016
Want to get into the film and TV industry but don’t know where to get started?
Film London is running a two day New Entrants course in January, designed to help people break into the screen industries.
The course will give a unique overview of the TV and film industry in the UK, with speakers talking about areas from development to production through to post-production, promotion and distribution. It will also help to connect those looking for opportunities with people who have entry level jobs available.
The speakers are all practitioners themselves, and will provide insight and inspiration with stories of how they got into the industry along with tips and tools that can help you get that first job.
The event will provide networking opportunities outside the sessions, allowing course attendees to make essential connections with people who are actively looking for new entrants to join their sector of the industry. Sessions confirmed so far include how to develop for TV and film, what is the structure of a crew and who does what, how to manage a location and an in-depth look at production.
Whether wanting to perfect your CV, trying to find out which job would suit you the most, or learning what areas of the industry have the most opportunities for new entrants, come and learn from industry professionals keen to impart their knowledge and help you get you in the door.
Attend the course
Where: 20 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0RN
Date: Monday 30 to Tuesday 31 January 2017
Cost: £49.20 for both days, including lunch
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