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june 2020 events

WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; Foley with Jemma Riley-Tolch, Zoe Freed & Rebecca Heathcote
Speakers:
Emma Butt | Dubbing mixer, sound editor, ADR recordist
Jemma Riley-Tolch | Head of Foley- Foley Mixer
Zoe Freed | Foley Artist
Rebecca Heathcote | Foley Artist

WFTV’s new series of tech focussed events is designed to offer practical advice and expert knowledge to enable you to deliver the best film or programme possible. The events will be particularly helpful for members working outside of these areas who want to learn more about how these departments operate.

Hosted by Emma Butt, dubbing mixer, sound editor, ADR recordist and former WFTV mentee, each week we’ll hear from industry experts in different technical departments including Sound (both production and post), Editing, Grading, VFX, Animation and Post Production Management who will share with us ways to enhance your material, trouble shoot issues and best plan the workflow and delivery of your project.This week, we are delighted to be joined by Jemma Riley-Tolch (Head of Foley- Foley Mixer), Zoe Freed and Rebecca Heathcote (Foley Artists).

The all-female award-winning Foley team have been working together for many years and have grown in their individual crafts alongside one another. Starting at Pinewood Studios and having recently made the move to Molinare, they have worked on a number of Blockbusters and Award-Winning Films, TV shows and Games. Last year they were part of the team that were Emmy nominated for their work on Watership Down. They work closely together, each bringing their individual styles to create some truly unique sounds. Their most recent credits include; Misbehaviour, Klaus, The Witcher, Bohemian Rhapsody and Fantastic Beasts. Games include The Division 2 and Man of Medan.

WFTV Reframing the Narrative: Women from diverse backgrounds who made it to the top
Speakers:
Ching He Huang | TV Chef & Author

In the first session of our new interview strand, mentoring producer, Tracy Forsyth explores the stories of women from a diverse background working in the industry today. Tonight’s is a thought-provoking chat with Ching He Huang.

 

Ching is a self made businesswoman and globally renowned TV chef & best-selling writer who now produces both unscripted and scripted content. She discusses with Tracy how she forged her career and her thoughts on diversity in the industry.

WFTV Q&A: Hear from some of the team behind Line of Duty; Creator/Writer Jed Mercurio and Director Susan Tully
Speakers:
Nicola Lyons | Northern Ireland Screen
Jed Mercurio | Creator and writer
Susan Tully | Director

WFTV would be delighted if you could join us for a conversation with some of the team behind the hit show, Line of Duty.

Chaired by Nicola Lyons (Northern Ireland Screen) we’ll be hearing from Jed Mercurio, creator and writer (Line of Duty, Bodyguard) and director, Susan Tully (Line of Duty, The A Word). Offering a behind the scenes insight into the making of one of the UK’s most popular shows; the team will be talking about their experiences, challenges faced both on and off set and how they feel about the huge success of the show. The conversation will be followed by an audience Q&A.

WFTV Online: The Changing Landscape of Film Festivals with Katie McCullough, Festival Formula
Speakers:
Katie McCullough | Creator of Festival Formula

The global film festival circuit is rapidly adapting to the social distancing guidelines around the world and festivals are going virtual. Navigating the new processes that come with the online festivals might seem overwhelming but it’s opening up new opportunities and the ability to choose the reach of your submissions.

WFTV Online: Rachel Khoo: From Little Paris Kitchen to the Whole Wide World!
Speakers:
Rachel Khoo | Cook, writer and broadcaster

This is an exclusive one-to-one session with the multi-talented Rachel Khoo. Not only is Rachel a globally renowned TV chef and judge, she is a best-selling writer; Executive Producer and Podcaster; and style icon.

 

What is her story, how does she create across all media, how did she go from presenter to executive producer and what advice does she have for women in the industry?

WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; VFX & Animation with Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor and Roisin M-D
Speakers:
Lucy Ainswoth-Taylor | Founder of Bluebolt
Roisin M-D | VFX Creative Director
WFTV Q&A: Hear from the Director behind the documentary Hillary, Nanette Burstein, hosted by Rhianna Dhillon
Speakers:
Nannette Burstein | Director

WFTV and Sky Documentaries would be delighted if you could join us for a conversation with Nannette Burstein the Director behind the documentary, Hillary.

The four-hour docuseries explores the life and career of Hillary Clinton including the run up to the 2016 presidential campaign, from Propagate and award-winning filmmaker, Nanette Burstein. Executive produced by Burstein, Howard T. Owens and Ben Silverman for Propagate, the series gives viewers an up-close view of the woman who has permeated American culture for more than 30 years and her historic presidential run.

WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; Post Sound with Jo Jackson, Nina Hartstone and Sue Malpass
Speakers:
Jo Jackson | Sound assistant/ SFX editor
Nina Hartstone | Dialogue editor and ADR supervisor
Sue Malpass | Re-recording mixer

WFTV’s new series of tech focussed events is designed to offer practical advice and expert knowledge to enable you to deliver the best film or programme possible. The events will be particularly helpful for members working outside of these areas who want to learn more about how these departments operate.  

 

Hosted by Emma Butt, dubbing mixer, sound editor, ADR recordist and former WFTV mentee, each week we’ll hear from industry experts in different technical departments including Sound (both production and post), Editing, Grading, VFX, Animation and Post Production Management who will share with us ways to enhance your material, trouble shoot issues and best plan the workflow and delivery of your project.  

 

This week, we are delighted to be joined by Jo Jackson, sound assistant/SFX editor, Nina Hartstone, dialogue editor and ADR supervisor and Sue Malpass, re-recording mixer.

WFTV Meet the Commissioner: Mandy Chang, Commissioning Editor BBC Storyville and Head of Documentary Acquisitions
Speakers:
Mandy Chang | BBC Commissioning Editor

Have you got a fantastic idea for a ground-breaking documentary or series? Would you like to find out the best way to get your programme proposal commissioned?

WFTV Chair, Liz Tucker will be in conversation with Mandy Chang, BBC Commissioning Editor of Storyville and Head of Documentary Acquisitions, finding out what makes great television and what you need to do to get that elusive commission.

WFTV Wellbeing: Beating Imposter Syndrome
Speakers:
Sue Belton | Coach & Author

Beat Imposter Syndrome – and find out why so many of us have it!

In this wellbeing workshop with Sue Belton you will discover why you’re not alone in often feeling like a fake or a fraud, why you never feel like you ever get ‘there’ or feel ‘good enough’ for the task in hand (despite evidence to the contrary), and why you brush aside any achievements, and any praise that comes your way.

 

You will learn the root causes and sources of these feelings and beliefs, and be given a set of tools and techniques to start overcoming what is widely known as Imposter Syndrome (although it’s not actually a syndrome – more on this on the night ).

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