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Watch previous WFTV online webinars here

MARCH & APRIL 2024 events

Copa 71: Q&A with Writer & Director Rachel Ramsay and Writer & Producer Victoria Gregory

WFTV members were invited to this online discussion with Writer & Director Rachel Ramsay and Writer & Producer Victoria Gregory on their recent documentary, Copa 71

Told by the pioneering women who participated in it and built from archive unseen for fifty years, this is the extraordinary story of the 1971 Women’s Football World Cup, a tournament witnessed by record crowds that has been written out of sporting history — until now.

Fast Track to Fearless with Tracy Forsyth: How to Sell Yourself Fearlessly

Do you find it hard to sell yourself without feeling either like you are boasting or you are an imposter?  Well, we have to get over that because talent and hard work will only get to you so far without being able to sell yourself properly to reflect your talents, skills, achievements and impact. No-one else is going to do it for you.


If you want to find out how to sell yourself fearlessly, authentically and effectively then this is the session for you with Tracy Forsyth, Founder of

Meet the Producer: TV Dramas with Nicola Shindler

In this strand of WFTV events, members were invited to Meet the Producer. This session featured our host and fellow producer Michelle Stein in conversation with TV Producer and Executive, Nicola Shindler.

Michelle and Nicola discussed Nicola’s career path, along with any current trends she’s noticing within the industry, and insights on funding and developing projects.

Writers’ Group: In Conversation with Nicky Bentham

Watch back March's writers’ group for a conversation with Nicky Bentham, producer and Founder of Neon Films.

In conversation with Christina Pickworth, Nicky shared her producing career so far, including her feature films Moon and The Duke, and her recent short film The After, nominated for this year’s Academy Awards, as well as what draws her to projects and how she works with writers.

Big Mood: Q&A with the Team Behind the Series

Channel 4’s brand new audacious comedy series Big Mood, written and created by Camilla Whitehill, is a vivacious and rebellious portrayal of female friendship when infiltrated by the complexities of a serious mental illness.

Watch back this conversation with some of the team behind the series, creator and writer Camilla Whitehill, director Rebecca Asher and Commissioning Editor, Comedy at Channel 4, Laura Riseam. Hosted by Ashanti Omkar, the panel offered a behind the scenes insight to the making of the series from idea to screen.

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