The annual RTS Futures Festival for emerging talent in the industry will take place on November 12th at M Shed in Bristol.
BOOK YOUR FREE TICKET NOW!
Book your ticket now for this FREE exclusive RTS West of England event in partnership with Bristol UNESCO City of Film aimed at final year students, graduates and those ready to take their first steps into the television industry. The RTS Futures Festival will take place from 6.30-9pm on 12th November at M Shed.
Come along to meet the many media organisations in the region - independent production companies, broadcasters and post production facilities - including Drummer TV, Silverback Films, Keo Films, True to Nature and many more. You'll be able to chat informally to people already working in the industry, ask for advice and find out more about production in the region... and any potential opportunities.
There will also be a series of short talks on the night covering production management, how to break into television, post production and idea generation.
Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to network and gain insight for your future career in telly!
Your ticket entitles you to a FREE DRINK ON ARRIVAL - then there will be a bar available.
Over 18s only
Please note - this event is predominantly aimed at final year students/graduates and those looking to take their first steps into the media industry- this is an annual event so if you are in your first or second year of studying, you will have the opportunity to attend in the future.
About Bristol, UNESCO City of Film
In 2017 Bristol was designated UNESCO City of Film, a permanent status that celebrates the city’s achievements as a world-leader in the field of film and moving image. Bristol now stands alongside 12 other international cities of film: Bitola, Bradford, Busan, Galway, Łódź, Qingdao, Rome, Santos, Sofia, Sydney, Terrassa and Yamagata. Upon receiving this prestigious title, Bristol became a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN), a worldwide group of creative cities working together towards a common mission for cultural diversity and sustainable urban development.
Being a City of Film means that Bristol can build on its well-established moving image industry and further embed UNESCO’s values into how we watch, make and learn about film in Bristol. It helps Bristol’s film community engage with and learn from other cities around the world, by forging international collaborations, creating new artistic exchange programmes and exploring cross cultural projects that combine film with other mediums within the Creative City fields.
Bristol City of Film is led by Bristol City Council, Bristol Film Office, UWE Bristol, University of Bristol, Destination Bristol and The Bottle Yard Studios.
For more information visit www.bristolcityoffilm.co.uk.