The WFTV Mentoring Scheme is a programme designed for women looking to take a significant step in their career. For the Scotland Mentoring Scheme to apply you must have more than five years’ experience working in film, TV or digital production.

the 2022 SCOTLAND Mentees

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Conxi Fornieles

Shooting AP

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Jackie Oudney


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Jackie Savery

Company Director and Exec Producer

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Julie Moran

Production Coordinator, Production Manager & Script Supervisor

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Kim Millar


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Linda Sands


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Marion MacNeil



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Allanah Langstaff


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Eunice Olumide


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Jillian Mannion


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Julia Moon

Self-shooting Producer/Director

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Robin Haig


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Sidra Khan

Producer/Director/Development Producer

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Tasneem Maqsood

Junior Producer/

Assistant Producer


WFTV has an extensive database of past and potential mentors who are keen to pass on their skills and experience to the next generation. Once mentees have been selected for the scheme they are hand-matched with an experienced industry figure who commits to spending at least six hours with their mentee over six months. Mentors are drawn from across the film and TV industry

2021 Mentors

  • Andrea Calderwood - Film Producer

  • Charlotte Jones - Actor & Screenwriter

  • Douglas MacKinnon - Film Director

  • Fozia Khan - Commissioning Editor, Channel 4

  • Mairzee Almas - TV Director

  • Nasfim Haque - Commissioning Editor, BBC Three

  • Sally Wainwright - Writer / Producer / Director

  • Sophie Robinson - Journalist


WHAT the MENTORS SAy about the scheme

Julie Parmenter

MD, Molinare

The Mentee scheme is an exceptionally rewarding programme to be part of. To watch the transformation of the individuals over the period of six months is astonishing. For anyone to have the time to dig deep into what is most important, set goals and implement change to reach them is a unique opportunity that very few will ever have.

Hilary Davis

Co-Managing Director,

Bankside Films

I was perfectly matched with my mentee and believe that we both derived a benefit from our series of meetings. Training is crucial for the continued development of careers, especially for women, as the commercial side of the business is often overlooked but is vital if films are to be successful in the worldwide market place.

André Singer

MD Spring Films

Nothing is more effective in our fraught industry than the marriage of experience to aspiration. Linking mentees with passion and drive to industry veterans prepared to guide them is a great way to help remove some of the many hurdles ahead.

The WFTV mentor scheme is a fantastic way to utilise the experience of TV professionals to further the careers of the next generation of content makers. The scheme benefits the mentees and the mentors equally - it really is a two-way thing, listening and discussing the minutiae of one's working life and realising that it was the small stuff that we had all but forgotten that made the big stuff possible.

Maddy Darrall | Joint MD Darrall Macqueen


We are very grateful to our Mentoring Scheme sponsor of our Scotland based programme: