Producers Conference

Image credit: Molly York, final year BA (Hons) Filmmaking

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Hosted by BA (Hons) Filmmaking students at the University of Plymouth and filmmaker Linda Ward, this conference comprises a line-up of award winning professionals who will be sharing their routes into film and television and advising on finding pathways into the industry.

We will be talking with producers, directors and commissioners who have created engaging, inspiring films and television during a coronavirus pandemic this year. We will discover what they look for when hiring graduates for production. 

We are thrilled that ScreenSkills and Creative England are joining us. 

Register your free place via the above link.

Speakers

  • Harry Anscombe, Producer, Beagle Media TV
  • Sophie Arnold, Creative England
  • Joe Blake-Turner, Commissioning Editor, Sport at Channel 4
  • Margaret Burgin, Head of Careers, ScreenSkills
  • Monty Halls, Presenter and Producer, Seadog TV & Film Productions Ltd
  • Jack Hinchey, Production Coordinator, Drummer TV
  • Jesse Lewis Reece, Film Director (BAFTA nominated 2021)
  • Nina Ludgate, Life Coach and VISUAL FX Coordinator
  • Jane McCloskey, National Dance Company Wales
  • Alex Siba, DV Director, George Clarke's Amazing Productions
  • Lucia Walker, Producer, Channel 4 News/ITN

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About Monty Halls

Monty Halls, alumni of the University of Plymouth, has bought the natural world to a global audience through series such as 'Great Barrier Reef' (BBC), 'My Family and the Galapagos' (two series for Channel 4), and 'Great Escapes' (three series for the BBC).

He has also led viewers along some of the most demanding escape routes of WW2 in 'Freedom Trails' (Channel 4), revealed the life of traditional small boat fishermen in Cornwall in 'Fisherman’s Apprentice' (BBC), and dived some of the most evocative and extraordinary sites around the globe in 'Great Ocean Adventures' and 'Monty Halls Dive Mysteries' (three series for Channel Five).


About Jack Hinchey

After graduating from university, Jack worked as a Trainee Researcher for the BBC on 'Life and Death Row’, ‘Benefits Britain' and 'Life after Suicide’. Following on from that he worked in marketing before eventually winding back in TV as a Production Coordinator at Drummer TV. Since joining Drummer he has worked on dramas, documentaries, entertainment and studio shows for CBBC, Channel 4 and the British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust.

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