Sat 17th Jul 2021 9:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday 17th July 2021
Fees: £95.00 + booking fee and VAT
NB You must be 16 or over to attend this course.
How to get ahead in film and TV drama?
The Production Guild of Great Britain's Runners training is designed to prepare you for working in the film and TV drama industry. The course is delivered by leading film and television industry professionals and will cover what is expected of you in such a demanding yet rewarding work environment. It will also help to channel your ambition into achievable career routes in film and TV.
'I had had an interest in the TV and film industry for a while when I found out that the Production Guild were running a short course, which I was delighted to secure a place on. The tutor and guest speakers provided valuable advice and different ways to break into the industry including CV tips. Following on from the course I was able to get my first production role. I am excited to have started my career within the industry and I am enjoying every moment. Thank you, Production Guild, for this great opportunity.'
This course explores the knowledge and skills of production and floor runners covering:
• The process of film production from development to delivery
• Departments in film and television production
• The hierarchy and chain of command
• Set and office etiquette
• Glossary of film terms
• Health and safety
• Production running
• Floor running
Find out more about becoming a runner and access some valuable resources and advice here Becoming a Runner
Lynsey Muir began working in the industry in 1999, starting out as a runner on the children’s TV series Byker Grove. Since then she has worked on a variety of projects, mostly focused in TV drama. So far this year, Lynsey has worked on the Netflix film Munich, Disney’s Andor and has just returned to the The Crown to begin production for Series 5.
Please note that your place is not guaranteed until you have paid.
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