Film and TV Bootcamp
Have you always dreamt of a career In Film and TV?
Thinking of starting a career in the media industry but you’re not sure where to start? Our course covers everything you need to know !
The film and TV industry are struggling at the moment to facilitate the production that have started filming. There is a shortage of crew in every department.
There are lots of crew who think they can work in the industry but lack the basic skills that will help them get a foot in the door.
Do you have transferable skills?
Do you want to retrain?
Have you always dreamt of career in Film and TV?
Set Etiquette have put together a 2-day course that will not only help you decide which department would be a best fit for you, It offers you the information on essential skills needed to break into the industry.
Course leaders will be award-winning Producer Mary Hare, amazing coach and mentor Andrew Minns and the Director of Set Etiquette, Tracey Ewen-Powell. Between them they have over 75 years of high-level experience. They want to share the knowledge that has helped them have a successful career. Topics covered will include: –
Mary’s career started in the design department at BBC Television in the early 80s and since then she has worked around the world including Stonehenge: Decoded for National Geographic; produced 24 episodes of the award-winning drama series Bishaash in Bangladesh; 30 episodes of Taste of Life for BBC Media Action in Cambodia and the award-winning documentary Ice Bear.
She has recently produced series one and 2 of London Kills for Acorn TV in the US and is in development with series 3 and 4 alongside a new contemporary drama series for BBC Daytime.
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Minns has agreed to join us as one of our course leaders. With over 25 years’ experience in coaching and mentoring, Andrew’s 90 min session will be incorporated into this 2-day course.
The importance of making effective, positive impressions on those we work with will be the key area for discussion during Andrew’s session. This will prove especially relevant when embarking on a career within the intense, fast-paced arena that is the TV and FILM industry.
Andrew will work to improve your resilience, helping you create a positive, lasting impact on your future work colleagues. This will be a positive advantage, both as an invaluable tool, not only for your chosen career within this rewarding industry, but also a useful and rewarding life skill.
You can apply for a bursary if you: