Industry event highlights
Taking place over the forthcoming weeks is a plethora of events from the film and TV world. We’ve trawled through our calendar of festivals, seminars and exhibitions to bring you just some not-to-be-missed events. Want to suggest an event yourself? Then simply visit our site and click ‘suggest event’.
So You Want to Work in TV?
On Thursday 11 April, the Production Manager’s Association (PMA) are putting on an introductory course to explain the mysteries of TV Production. So You Want to Work in TV? takes place in central London, and the course is run by Linda Stradling, author of Production Management for TV and Film - The Professional Guide. Tickets cost £45, and lunch and refreshments are included. For further details, click here.
BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated producer Stephen Woolley is heading to Dorset on Friday 12 April to cast some light on his career, which includes credits such as Interview with the Vampire, The Crying Game and Made in Dagenham. The event, part of BAFTA’s Craft Masterclasses, will take place at Bridport Arts Centre. For further details, click here.
Despite the British Silent Film Festival taking a break this year, it will be hosting a one day symposium on Friday 19 April, an opportunity to ‘consider the achievements and the key debates brought to light by the festival, and to discuss the new directions that future research may take’. The event takes place at King's College London, and will be followed by a day of screenings at the Cinema Museum on Saturday 20 April. For further details, click here.