13th December 2016 / 16.00 to 18.00 / Wilberforce LT31
21st December 2016 / 19.00 to 21.00 / Kardomah94 Cafe Bar, Central Hull
3rd January 2017 / 19.00 to 21.00 / Kardomah94 Cafe Bar, Central Hull
4th January 2017 / 19.00 to 21.00 / Beverley Venue
5th January 2017 / 19.00 to 21.00 / Bridlington Venue
For Beverley and Bridlington Q&A sessions, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest, or check this page for updates on venue and timings.
Extended application deadline: 23rd January
Interviews: 28th January
Introduction to production: 18th/19th & 25th/26th Feb
Production skills launch weekend: 18th/19th March
Production skills weekly workshops: 20th March onwards
Full time internship begins: 5th June
Begin your programme with INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTION, a four-day course taught over two successive weekends.
You will also gain bespoke CV advice, and find out how to get the career you want in Film Production.
The Introduction to Production course costs a small subsidised fee of £30 per participant.
Ten successful candidates will be selected to progress to the next part of the course. PRODUCTION SKILLS.
Taught over fourteen part-time days (evenings and weekends), the PRODUCTION SKILLS course will hone your skills and put them into practice.
Tackle real-life film scripts and plan how to bring the shoot to life. Visit a working television or feature film set, and meet the crew. During the course you will be taught by practising professionals in the industry about:
The Production Skills course costs a small subsidised fee of £80 per participant.
Have the world of professional filmmaking demystified, and launch yourself into a brand new career.
Three participants from the Production Skills course will be selected for fully paid 18 week internships with film companies beginning in June 2017.
This programme is supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, with BFI’s Film Forever National Lottery funds.
Creative Skillset works with the UK’s screen-based creative industries to develop skills and talent, from classroom to boardroom.
Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund invests in the skills and training of the UK film industry to secure its growth and sustainability ensuring UK film remains world-class. The Film Skills Fund is backed by the British Film Institute (BFI) with the National Lottery funds