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Catch up Hub
This hub is where you can find all of the WFTV online events that are online together, in one handy place. This is a collection of Q&As, panel discussions, workshops and more.
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WFTV Four Nation Mentoring Schemes: How To Apply
If you are thinking about entering for one of the WFTV mentoring schemes and would like to find out more about the schemes work and how to apply, then this event is for you.
Hosted by WFTV's Director of Mentoring Programme, Tracy Forsyth and Mentoring Producers Sarah McCaffrey (Northern Ireland), Karen Kelly (Scotland) and Hannah Corneck (Wales) will explain the areas and content that the schemes cover and advise on the crucial information you need to include when completing your application.
Mentoring Scheme FAQ's can be found here.
Everything you need to know about applying for the WFTV Pat Llewellyn Bursary
The WFTV Pat Lewellyn Bursary offers development funding of £10,000 for TV projects which are either factual or entertainment-based. If you are thinking of applying, we strongly recommend you watch this session.
WFTV Event: Forgotten Freelancers – What Next?
With many freelancers and self-employed workers now into their sixth month without little or no income and there being little evidence that government policy is likely to change. This panel event discusses what should be the next step in the campaign to get a fair deal for all?
Marking a moment in time with three of the 2021 BAFTA Lead Actress nominees
The 2021 BAFTA Nominations were a moment of celebration for women of colour in the Lead Actress category, with four out of the six nominations going to Black women.
We’ll hear how they feel about being a part of history, celebrating this important moment in their careers and their hopes for true representation both onscreen and behind the scenes.
Supporting Afghanistan – Foreign Correspondent Lynne O'Donnell gives her insider's perspective
As the humanitarian crisis unfolds in Afghanistan the future for all its people, particularly women, is deeply worrying.
In this event, WFTV Chair Liz Tucker talks to award-winning journalist Lynne O’Donnell, who returned from Kabul, to discuss what we in the West can do to support the Afghan people and journalists reporting on this tragedy.