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UK Tax Week

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2015 Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum

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Summary

Join us for a packed day of workshops, seminars and creative debates from many of the UKs biggest film organisations offering advice on topics including casting, budgeting and scheduling and re-drafting your script. Running alongside these sessions will be CV surgeries from one of the UKs leading agencies as well as speed sessions with key industry professionals. Each session is £6 and the day will begin and end with free networking for all ticket holders.

Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers Forum 2015

BAFTA WINNERS TO SHARE INSIGHTS AT FORUM FOR FIRST-TIME FILMMAKERS



Recent BAFTA winners Jeff Pope and Stephen Beresford among speakers at Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum on Saturday 11 July

 

 

The Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum - an annual networking and skills development event for first-time feature filmmakers - will take place on Saturday 11 July at BAFTA's headquarters, 195 Piccadilly in London. Tickets are available to book now at bit.ly/FilmmakersForum 

 

The day-long event will feature masterclasses, panel discussions and one-to-one speed sessions offering first-time feature filmmakers advice to help them navigate and progress in the industry.

 

Highlights of the day include:

 

A panel on writing and developing real life stories with BAFTA-winning screenwriters Jeff Pope (Philomena) and Stephen Beresford (Pride), BAFTA-winning documentary-maker Morgan Matthews (X&Y) and BAFTA-nominated director Elaine Constantine (Northern Soul); a session on the rewriting process with the team behind Testament of Youth, Rosie Allison (Head of Development, Heyday Films) and writer Juliet Tawhidi; a session on casting presented by RADA with casting director Des Hamilton (Nymphomaniac, This Is England); and a series of panels and roundtables looking at the craft and business of film.

 

 BAFTA has run the Filmmakers' Forum (formerly Filmmakers' Market) since 2009 and this year's event, which is sponsored by Sargent-Disc for a third year, is supported by 15 of the UK's major film organisations.

 

"For emerging filmmakers the opportunity to hear directly from experienced practitioners is invaluable - as evidenced by the continuing popularity of the Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum. BAFTA is uniquely able to harness the knowledge of BAFTA winners, members and partner organisations and Filmmakers' Forum is a really practical way we can share that expertise with the next generation of filmmaking talent." - Tim Hunter, Director of Learning and Events at BAFTA 


"We are delighted to support BAFTA through the Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum and to be participating in the Boardroom session 'Greening your Film'. The full day of events offers a unique platform for our industry partners to share their experience and provide guidance on best-practice to a large number of first-time filmmakers." - Dr. Laurence Sargent, Director at Sargent-Disc

 

 Panels and Sessions to include:

 

  • Creative keynote speech;
  •  A series of panels focussing on the craft of film, sponsored by Technicolour including Meet the Sound Team behind BAFTA-nominated '71;
  • Sustainable filmmaking tips from Albert+ and Sargent Disc;
  • Script feedback from BBC Writers' Room;
  •  Creative Europe Desk UK on securing European co-production funding;
  • Advice on low budget VFX;
  • One-to-one speed sessions to get your CV in shape, practise pitching, rework your script, find the right festivals for your film and get advice on funding applications;
  •  'Would Like to Meet' networking breakfast sponsored by Mad Dog Casting;
  •  The Filmmakers' Forum Wrap Party, sponsored by Shutterstock and Grolsch.

 

 

BAFTA FF 14

 (How to Budget & Schedule Your Film panel session at the Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Market in 2014)

 

 

All main programme tickets are £6 each. Speed sessions and the Wrap Party are free to anyone who books a ticket for a main programme event. For the full programme, and to book, visit bit.ly/FilmmakersForum.

 

 

Partners of the Sargent-Disc BAFTA Filmmakers' Forum:

 

Sargent-Disc

BBC Writer's Room BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum

British Council The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

Creative Europe Desk UK Sara Putt Associates

Film London Shutterstock

Grolsch Story Campus

Mad Dog Casting Technicolor

The Production Guild ThinkSync

 

 

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