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Sargent-Disc NFTS Scholarship Update

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Summary

Katie Moriarty-Hopper and Sarah Evans, recipients of Sargent-Disc's Scholarship to study Production Management for Film at the NFTS, update us on their experiences.

NFTS Scholarships Update -

Sargent-Disc is delighted to provide scholarship support for two students taking the Production Management for Film Diploma course at the National Film and Television School (NFTS). 

 

We catch up with Katie Moriarty-Hopper and Sarah Evans, on the lead up to their graduation.

 

 

 Katie Moriarty-Hopper:

 

As part of my graduation portfolio, I have been Production Managing three Documentary films. Working with three directors on unique and varying projects has been an exciting challenge for me. The wide ranging scope of these films have given me an opportunity to develop my research and development skills, as well as logistical and budgetary ones. My first film, which is now in the edit, was shot in Zimbabwe over the summer. It followed a legendary blind musician and his 10 year old son, who busk together on the streets of Harare to raise money for their family - they hope to raise enough money to record an album of six songs. Currently being shot, my next film features a Ghanian Archbishop based in Broadwater Farm who facilitates Ghanian funerals and repatriations with a traditional East End based funeral director. The crew will be filming in Ghana for one week before heading to the edit. My final documentary is a personal insight into the world of bare knuckle boxing in England, set in a former industrial town. 

 

Alongside my documentary projects, I joined the production team on 'Mia' - a graduation fiction film shot across 17 locations in Wales (many without phone signal or electricity), and also cast 'Wound', another one of the graduation films. Recently, I have been working in production for a TV graduation project, 'The Love Gym' (a dating show set in a gym), which is being filmed in a luxury central London gym over three consecutive weekends. 

 

My final project at the school is with the recently established NFTS Games department. Through Production Managing 'Betwixt', a third person platformer game for PC, I gained an insight to this growing industry and its particular working mechanisms and requirements. 

 

Sarah Evans:

  

For the final term at NFTS I focused entirely on graduation films. I production managed a fiction film, 'Nothing's Going to Change My World', which is now in edit. The film was set in Margate during the 1990s and follows a group of teenagers amidst the onset of the internet, LAN parties and grunge music. The film was shot on location in Margate and Buckinghamshire over eight days during the summer.

 

Shooting a period film on location had its challenges and although we were lucky enough to work on 35mm film, it required a lot of coordination to transport rushes back to London each night. Overall the experience was very positive and gave me a chance to execute all I had been taught throughout the year. I was fortunate enough to have a fantastic volunteer crew and loved buying ice creams on the beach to thank them for all their hard work! I developed a great relationship with the Producer, enjoyed filming in such eclectic locations and found a new appreciation for the 1990s.

 

Since then I've Production Coordinated 'Wound', another graduation fiction film, this time shot in Wales and around Buckinghamshire. Having just come off my own shoot, I was able to utilise all that I had learnt from that month and support my Production Manager through their ambitious shoot.

 

As well as the two fictions I also production managed a graduation animation film, 'The Wrong End of the Stick'. Our technique of combining live action backgrounds with digitally animated characters hasn't been attempted at NFTS before, so it was a very exciting project to be a part of. It meant we had a ten day shoot on a full scale set built on the NFTS' main stage in May, along with one night shoot at a nearby school. The animating stage is currently in full swing but the film won't be complete until early 2016. It will be screened at the NFTS Graduation Showcase at the end of February.

 

As well as odd days at the Royal Opera House and running on commercials, I am currently looking for full-time work within a production office and can't wait to start my new career in the industry!

 

 

To learn more about the NFTS, click here.

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