Inspiring Minds in Film, TV and Games
20 May 2013
Three leading scriptwriters share their advice on the different ways to approach failure.
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26 April 2013
We caught up with some of TV's leading commissioning editors to find out what they're looking for in new writers.
08 February 2013
The Curse director Fyzal Boulifa on how being nominated for a BAFTA affects the daunting prospect of his first feature and why you should - and shouldn't - fall in love while making a film.
Eamonn O’Neill, writer/director of I'm Fine Thanks, on staying true to your own vision, working on a tiny budget and why his BAFTA nomination has shown him he's on the right track.
Here to Fall writer/director Evelyn McGrath on applying the lessons she's learned to working in different media and why the shift to features is looking less intimidating.
The Making of Longbird writer/director Will Anderson on juggling a BAFTA nomination with the reality of new projects and why there's never been a better time to be making your own films.
Mark Gill, writer/director on The Voorman Problem, talks about how being nominated has affected his filmmaking mindset and what happens when preparation and opportunity combine.
01 February 2013
Writer/director Kris Kelly reflects on what the team behind Here to Fall have learned during the production of their BAFTA-nominated animated short.
Writer/director Mark Gill on the importance of mutual respect and trust on a set and how lack of communication can hamper the production process.
Producer Gavin Humphries shares his tips on making your production run smoothly and reminds us never to underestimate the importance of teamwork.
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Masterclass: Film Make Up with Lois Burwell (Lincoln)
Thurs 23 May