A series of masterclasses from top sound and camera supervisors, set designers, and lighting directors. What’s the most effective way to collaborate? How do you get the best outcomes from the short time you have with them?How do they plan for a show? What do they actually do?
These highly experienced experts will talk you through what their role entails, and how they add value to a production. As programme makers, we’re always looking to get the best out of our team, and achieve the highest possible quality programme – this is a rare chance to learn about craft department expertise, and take away practical first-hand knowledge on how you can get the best from the heads of craft departments on your shows. The masterclasses will be facilitated by experienced studio director and trainer Tony Gregory.
Young-in-service studio directors or producers taking ambitious new programmes to studio, or other editorial, creative or production management personnel working in studio programme production or development who are looking to work on bigger shows. Attendees should have a basic working knowledge of multi-camera studio operation.
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