• April 2020

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    • 6th - Start of 2020-2021 tax year
    • 19th - HMRC cheque payments due
    • 22nd - HMRC BACS payments due
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    • 10th - Good Friday (E, W, NI, S)
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    • 8th - May Bank Holiday (E,W,NI,S)
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    • 12th - Battle of the Boyne - Bank Holiday (NI)
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    • 19th - Payment of 2019/20 Class 1A NIC due
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    • 17th - St. Patrick's Day (NI)
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Sargent-Disc National Film and Television Scholarships

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Sargent-Disc welcomes two new Production Management Diploma students as recipients of this year's Production Management Scholarship. And we hear from last year's Scholar, Tom While.

NFTS Scholarships Update

Sargent-Disc is delighted to announce two new recipients of the Sargent-Disc Scholarship for the Production Management Diploma course at The National Film and Television School.

Congratulations to Katie Moriarty-Hopper and Sarah Evans, who are this year's recipients. We wish you both well in your studies and look forward to hearing how you are getting on.

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Last year's Production Management Diploma Scholar, Tom While, got in touch to fill us in on what he has been working on over the last few months:

 

After completing the challenges of my Digital Fiction Project, I began to search for a work experience placement for April. I was able to get a few weeks work on the first block of Babylon, a police drama that has been commissioned for Channel 4. The pilot that preceded it was directed by Danny Boyle who was occasionally to be found on set checking how it was going! I was in the locations department for the three weeks I was involved and it was an interesting experience as we filmed at some significant London landmarks such as the Excel Centre and the Emirates Stadium. I certainly experienced some of the challenges that shooting on location in central London can bring, especially parking and managing the general public!

 

The graduation film was next, with prep commencing in May, and the shoot itself in the first weeks of July. I was fortunate when I selected which film I wanted to work on, because I got my first choice. I made the decision because I thought it would represent the biggest challenge for me personally and I also hoped it would be the most interesting graduation film that year: a drama about the world of Group B Rallying in the 1980s. As a period film using period cars, sequences requiring driving at high speed and an aerial camera drone, I knew the film would be certain to stretch me. The prep period presented many logistical challenges as the location was in rural Wales and getting crew and cast there and accommodation sorted required careful planning. It was necessary to work very carefully with the budget and negotiate for the best possible deals as the £11800 budget was going to be very tight, considering the ambition and scope of the project. The shoot itself was definitely testing but very satisfying, especially knowing that NFTS had really never done a project on this scale before, and I was a key part of it. Having seen some of the footage I am extremely excited about seeing the finished film at my graduation in February next year.

 

Since finishing the Production Management Diploma course at NFTS I have worked on several commercials for Nokia, The Princes Trust and Cartoon Network. I am intending to work mainly on feature films and I am connecting to the industry where ever possible so I can begin to do this.

 

Good Luck Tom, and we wish you all the best for the future! 

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