Inside Film 15

Inside Film
0117 927 5100

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Date Times
Sat 8 April 11:00
Passes cost £4.50. This will give you access to the entire day (11:00 - 19:00) of activity. Passes with a pre-booked packed lunch (recommended) are £9.50.

Inspire your filmmaking, support the next steps of your career, meet industry professionals and network with other young creatives at our not-to-be-missed event for 15-24 year olds.

For only £4.50 you get an all day (11:00 - 19:00) pass giving you access to brilliant masterclasses, industry panels, short film programmes and networking events.

Whether you're a media student, YouTuber, starting out as a filmmaker, looking to get your first job or just love film - this event is for you.

We're busy planning a great lineup for you for the day. Here's a little taster of what we have confirmed thus far - more exciting stuff to be added soon:

Dos and Dont's of Production - Get practical pointers

How do you get the most out of a shoot? Our inspirational director, producer and camera trio from BristolCrew share how they work together creatively

Virtual Reality – the new frontier of filmmaking

Want to have a go with VR? Try out the Oculus Rift and Gear VR headset and hear from the pioneering filmmakers experimenting with this new format

Art Direction – realising visual design in film

Want to know what Art Direction involves? Come and learn from one of the best in the business – Sarah Hauldren – who has worked across film, television, live action and animation

Freelancer Top Tips - how to make it as a self shooter

How do you make a living as a freelancer? Director and DOP Tom Swindell who has produced work for all the major broadcasters plus a whole range of branded content and music videos shares his story

DIY Filmmaking - making films on a budget

No money but lots of ideas? Freya Billington from Boy and Bear Films shares her experience of making films you are passionate without all the cash in the world.

Web Series - building online audiences

How do you get more hits? Wildseed Studios, who invest in creatives and releases their shows online, will be sharing their pearls of wisdom.

In development - turning ideas into reality

How do you get stuff commissioned? DrummerTV and BBC discuss how to create distinctive programmes with compelling stories.

This day has been programmed and produced by the BFI Film Academy Bristol with support from BFI Future Film Festival, Encounters Short Film Festival, Random Acts South West and Rife magazine and guide.

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This is a busy day of activity and time for lunch will be short - we recommend you pre-book a Watershed packed lunch (£5 for a wrap, crisps, fruit and a brownie) online and collect from the bar on the day. Please note we kindly ask you not to bring your own food into the building.