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MAY 2020 events

WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; Grading and Colour with Vanessa Taylor and Nanu Segal BSC
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Speakers:
Vanessa Taylor | Colourist
Nanu Segal BSC | Cinematographer
WFTV Online: International Co-Production as a Funding Model
WFTV Q&A: Hear from the team behind international success Unorthodox; Writer/Producer Anna Winger and Actor Shira Haas
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Speakers:
Anna Winger | Writer / Producer
Shira Haas | Actor
WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; Editing with WFTV Award Winners Emma Oxley, Selina MacArthur and Zeb Achonu
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Speakers:
Emma Oxley | Editor
Selina MacArthur | Editor
Zeb Achonu | Editor
WFTV Upskilling: Tips from the Experts; Post Production Management with Gemma Nicholson and Alice Greenland
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Speakers:
Gemma Nicholson | Sound Dept.
Alice Greenland | Sound
WFTV Upskilling: Managing a Freelance Career in a Virtual World
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Speaker:
Sara Putt | Producer & MD of Sara Putt Associations

Our industry has changed, it’s been said that we’ve advanced our daily working practices by 10 years in less than a month and it’s fair to expect that some of these changes will continue even when restrictions have been lifted. So how will these changes affect your freelance career?


Hear from Sara Putt who will be offering advice on how you can further develop your contacts, maintain strong professional relationships, and continue expanding you network when our working life is increasingly online and remote.

Tips from the Experts; Location Sound with WFTV Award Winner Judi Lee Headman and Adrienne Taylor
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Speakers:
Judi Lee Headman | Production Sound Mixer
Adrienne Taylor | Boom Operator
WFTV Online: Filming the emergency services without the legal drama
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Speaker:
Clare Hoban | Media Content Lawyer

TV and film content law specialist Clare Hoban takes a practical look at how to tackle ‘blue light’ filming issues e.g. filming the police, medics and their patients and achieve powerful content.