Hear from panelists Carissa Thorne, Tom Poon, Nikita Dosanjh, Tayo Odesanya and Beth Bacon, on how to best navigate a film set as a runner and make the most out of the opportunity. They are EAN members with experience on great projects including: The Academy Awards, Ted Lasso, Killing Eve, Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, and Wimbledon. In conversation with Rebecca Baker they share their advice on getting in and moving up in the industry.
This event is presented by Film London’s Equal Access Network in partnership with BFI NETWORK.
Want to know more about the Equal Access Network?
Our Equal Access Network – the EAN - is supported by the Mayor of London. Through it, we work to ensure the capital’s screen industries represent the diversity of the city itself. Our core aim is to promote equality, inclusion and diversity: We want the EAN to be the link in an industry network for those that don’t have it.
As well as helping to connect the network’s members with productions and companies, the EAN runs a number of initiatives, including a series of free regular masterclasses with industry leaders and experienced practitioners, an annual New Entrants Course, which covers everything from development to post-production, internship/returnship schemes access to online resources as well as tailored careers advice, 1-2-1 CV clinics and mock interview sessions.
The EAN aims to remove all barriers to entry and is free to join and open to all. If you are a new entrant, returner, mid-level professional in the film and TV industry or looking to make a career change then join the EAN today.