Getting Started in Television Tech Roles

Getting Started in Television Tech Roles

Tuesday, 3 March, 2020
17.30-19.30hrs

Location

UCA (Universtity for the Creative Arts)
Farnham
Surrey
GU9 7DS
United Kingdom
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Film and television have so many roles off-screen that go into making a production from camera, sound, post-production etc. Our prestigious panel will reveal just what it takes to make it in a technical role and forge a successful television career.

RTS TVC & the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) are proud to present on 3rd March 2020
 
‘Getting Started in Television Tech Roles’
 
Film and television have so many roles off-screen that go into making a production from camera, sound, post-production etc. Our prestigious panel will reveal just what it takes to make it in a technical role and forge a successful television career.
 
Speakers: 

 

Chair – Professor Lyndsay Duthie – Executive Producer/Director credits for ITV, BBC, C4, SKY – Head of School at UCA

Adele Fletcher – Sound Editor,  Emmy nominated, Peaky Blinders, Mary Queen of Scots

Jonathan Glazier - Studio Multi-Cam Director, credits for Asia’s Got Talent, Royal Variety Shows, Million Pound Drop and more…

Claire Wilkie - Outside Broadcasts, Fixed Rig – credits for BBC / London Olympics

Hannah Green - Camera Operator, Creative Scholar at Warner Bros, credits include Assassins Creed Tomb Raider, Justice League

Carrie Wootten - Director of RISE – aims to help women in tech in Broadcasting

Tom Morgan - ENVY Post Production

Tom Metcalf - SKY News / SKY Sports  VT Operator
 
17:30 Registration & drinks
18:00 – 19:00 Panel
19:00 – 19:30 Networking drinks
Hosted at Film and Media Centre, UCA, Falkner Rd, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7DS

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Film and television have so many roles off-screen that go into making a production from camera, sound, post-production etc. Our prestigious panel will reveal just what it takes to make it in a technical role and forge a successful television career.