|Team Ugly List: The Producer's View, The Countdown||
This week, Team Ugly List have been out and about checking locations and racing the clock... Producer, Jessica Levick, fills us in.
We’ve now got under a fortnight until all our deliverables for iFeatures are due to be submitted – so the countdown to the 22 August delivery deadline is well and truly under way.
|Team Ugly List: The Director's View||
Screenwriter Abby Ajayi, Director Alex Kalymnios and Producer Jessica Levick are still hard at work developing their iFeatures project The Ugly List and finding time to send WFTV a weekly blog on their experiences too. This week, we hear from Alex with 'The Director's View: Sizzling in the Heat'.
|Team Ugly List: The Writer's View||
This week Team Ugly List are back with the third instalment of their blog charting the iFeatures development journey and its time to hear from Abby Ajayi in 'The Writer's View: Mother or Midwife'.
Today, I'm mainly thinking about my secondary school days, running shoes and also motherhood and midwifery. Strangely enough, all of this does in fact tie-in with iFeatures and the treatment rewrite I'm doing on our project The Ugly List.
|Team Ugly List: The Producer's View||
In the second of our blogs charting the journey of a director, writer and producer team developing their project through the iFeatures scheme, Jessica Levick gives us 'The Producer's View'.
|iFeatures: Introducing 'Team Ugly List'||
iFeatures is Creative England's low budget filmmaking initiative, supported by the BBC, the BFI and Creative Skillset. We asked one of this year's iFeatures teams to send us a weekly blog charting the initial iFeatures development phase and the ongoing experience of developing their first feature film together. Here in their first post, we get to meet the team behind The Ugly List...
|In the Spotlight...Stephanie Wessell, Director||
Fresh from pitching her own docu-drama at Sheffield Doc/Fest, finishing the WFTV Mentoring Scheme and working on a feature film, Stephanie Wessell is on a roll and this month, she is In The Spotlight...
Stephanie began her career as a journalist and then moved into documentaries and TV production as a producer director. For several years she worked on factual programmes at ITV Carlton and the BBC before taking a career break to have children.
|In the Spotlight... Caroline Bridges, DOP||
The In the Spotlight... series continues as this month journalist Rebecca Towers meets Caroline Bridges, DOP.
Capturing Thai orphans using dead snakes as skipping ropes, interviewing camel herders in the Arabian Desert and experiencing the adrenalin rush of the Cresta Run, is a snapshot of the work Director of Photography Caroline Bridges has turned her hand to since changing careers.
|In the Spotlight... Amanda Foster, Stunt Artist||
In the first of a new series of interviews by, for and about WFTV members, journalist Rebecca Towers meets Amanda Foster, an experienced stunt artist whose extensive and varied career has included being killed in three different soaps and kicking ass for some of Hollywood's most glamorous actresses.
|WFTV Interviews director Beeban Kidron||
Award-winning film and television director Beeban Kidron has an impressive career spanning 30 years. As well as being director, Beeban is the co-founder of film education charity FILMCLUB. Her latest film InRealLife explores the relationship between teenagers and the internet. WFTV spoke to Beeban about the film and get her thoughts
Can you tell me, what was your inspiration for making the film?
|Nicola Lees shares tips on how to complete your 2014 WFTV Mentoring Scheme application form||
The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is a unique opportunity for women with at least 5 years experience in the film or TV industry to take part in an intense 6-month professional development programme. It’s no surprise that there’s a competitive application process, then.