First Light: Breaking into the Film and TV Industry at the iconic Pinewood Studios!
Designed to give you an informed insight into the film and TV industry, First Light’s intensive one day workshop will offer practical advice from industry professionals which will enable you to explore the opportunities available, and most importantly help you identify the skills you need to gain paid work in the industry.
About the Course
A full day of industry knowledge and practical advice which will cover:-
- What is your brand?
- Tips and ideas on strengthening your CV
- Looking at interview techniques
- An introduction to the film & TV industry
There will also be an opportunity for a tour around the iconic Pinewood Studios, which will last approximately 1 hour. Pinewood has been home to some of the most successful feature films and TV shows ever made and has recently hosted Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Captain America: The First Avenger; X-Men: First Class, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2; Dancing on Ice, The Magicians, Got To Dance and Sing If You Can.
You will come away with a greater understanding of the varied employment opportunities within the film and TV industry and the steps you need to take in order to establish yourself within it.
When and Where
- 10.30am – 6.30pm
- Wednesday 30th May 2012
- Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
£150.00 per person for the intensive one day course at Pinewood Studios
This price includes:-
- Refreshments throughout the day
- Course handouts full of useful links and resources
- One-to-one feedback on your CV
Contact us if you would prefer to pay in installments.
Who Should Attend
Anyone 18 or over who wants to find out about working in the film and TV industry! The workshop will combine practical exercises, discussions and guest speakers, all in what will be an informal and relaxed environment. We want you to enjoy the experience, feel comfortable to ask questions and feel engaged throughout the day.
Please also note that whilst actors are very welcome, the event is not necessarily aimed at on-screen talent.