Watch the highlights from RTS Futures The Crown: From Storyboard to Screen event. Director Ben Caron, Production Designer Martin Childs, Costume Designer Jane Petrie, Editor Pia Di Ciaula and VFX Supervisor Ben Turner revealed how they brought the story of the Royals to life on screen at an event chaired by Toby Earles.
Wildlife cinematographer Sophie Darlington (the BBC’s Planet Earth II and documentary feature African Cats) and director of photography Christopher Titus King, who straddles the documentary (BBC One’s Seven Ages of Britain) and drama (the History mini-series, The Bible) genres, discussed camerawork at the RTS Craft Skills Masterclasses.
Darshna Soni, Home Affairs Correspondent at Channel 4 News, shares her experiences of working in broadcast journalism, and offers advice to those who want to follow in her footsteps.
Working in television was never on the cards for Angela Jain, whose parents wanted her to become a doctor. Now Managing Director at ITV Studios Entertainment, she reflects on how her have-a-go approached resulted in a unique CV.
In this masterclass, film editor Johnny Rayner and documentary editor Samuel R Santana speak to Ruth Pitts about what it takes to make it as an editor, and why the role is vital to making great film and TV.
Andy Harries, Chief Executive of Left Bank Pictures and Executive Producer of The Crown, looks back on his career in drama, and offers tips for those looking to make it in the industry.
Taskmaster's Alex Horne sets four members of the audience their very own task at the RTS Futures "Taskmaster Masterclass: Get your idea on TV" event on 8th November at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, London.
Journalist and news broadcaster Charlene White shares her tips on how to break into the world of news broadcasting. She has a strong background working in news broadcasting across multiple platforms and became the youngest senior broadcast journalist for the BBC at the age of 24. Charlene currently works for ITN as a news anchor for ITV News.