We run a comprehensive programme of events taking place in London, Leeds, Manchester, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, at festivals all around Europe and online.


These free, weekly, events for members cover a diverse range of industry-focused topics as workshops, seminars, panel discussions and screenings, with strands such as Women in Tech, Writers’ Group, Actors’ Group, Filmmakers’ Breakfast Club, Legal and Finance Breakfasts and Monthly Networking.

Due to restrictions on social activity all of our events will now be available online.

At WFTV we’re really keen to ensure that all our events are accessible for everyone. So if you have any particular access needs, please can you let us know before an event and we will do our best to accommodate you. We would be grateful if you can give us as much notice as possible – please contact admin@wftv.org.uk 

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  • Online Member Meet-up – UK Wide – Brew Monday Special
    Mon, Jan 18
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 18, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    Samaritans Brew Monday is all about remembering to stay connected and for this 2021 getting together over a virtual cuppa and chat. Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan can help you face it, they’re available to speak with 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and you can reach them via phone, email
  • Q&A: In conversation with the team from Trying
    Mon, Jan 18
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 18, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    For this event, we’re joined by the writer and actors of the sitcom Trying, the UK’s first original production for Apple TV+. The series follows the story of couple Nikki and Jason as they navigate trying for a baby and exploring adoption.
  • Event: Facing the Blank Page
    Tue, Jan 19
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 19, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    This interactive session is designed to help you get started when you’re facing writer’s block. Led by story consultant, Hazel Marshall, it will reveal a number of tips and tricks to help get your writing flowing again.
  • Legal: Factual Drama with Clare Hoban
    Thu, Jan 21
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 21, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    Specialist broadcast content lawyer Clare Hoban returns with a session on the legal and Ofcom issues that can arise when making drama about real people and events. From plane crashes and blackmail to abuse and murder, factual drama can be powerful but sometimes difficult to navigate.
  • Wellbeing: How to Be the Best Version of Yourself
    Mon, Jan 25
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 25, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    Do you want to know how to be at your best for an audition, interview, or networking event? Do you hold back from opportunities that might help to build your career or presence on social media? Then join this event to learn how to become the best version of yourself.
  • Writers’ Group: Set Your Writing Intentions for 2021
    Tue, Jan 26
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 26, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    January’s Writers’ Group is an opportunity for you to think about your writing intentions for the year – what you want to achieve and what you can do to get there. It’s a chance to set your own writing goals for 2021.
  • Finding Visibility - taking you from Overlooked to Overbooked
    Wed, Jan 27
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 27, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    In this interactive session we will be joined by Jessica Bendien, Founder of Celebrity Booking & Talent Casting Agency, BANG Talent. Jessica will be providing tips and tricks around how to best promote yourself and the work that you do with a focus on social media, branding and networking.
  • Networking: Online Member Meet-up
    Thu, Jan 28
    Online Event via Zoom
    Jan 28, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT
    Online Event via Zoom
    To help keep WFTV members connected and thriving, we’ll be hosting regular online meet-up sessions so that members from all over the UK can connect with one another and support each other digitally.

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