Reposted from Broadcast
Entries are now open for this year’s Hot Shots, Broadcast’s annual portfolio of talented under-30s currently making their mark in TV. The industry publication is looking for the brightest and best individuals from all backgrounds, across all genres of TV and in all roles – the forward thinkers who might be working across many platforms and under their own steam.
Continue reading Opportunity|Broadcast is looking for 2016 TV Hot Shots – Apply now
Reposted from Directors UK
Lime Pictures, in partnership with Channel 4 and Directors UK, is pleased to announce a new paid training and mentoring opportunity for two emerging women directors.
Continue reading Opportunity | Lime Pictures, Channel 4 & Directors UK announce opportunity for two women directors
Maverick TV is looking for experienced Self Shooting Producer Directors for a major new prime-time 10 x 60’ documentary/factual entertainment series for E4 following the strangest, most intriguing and funniest cases to come through the doors of British A&E departments. You should have a background in observational documentary – ideally with experience of filming in a hospital environment – but coupled with fact ent sensibilities: a keen eye for character, the ability to script with wit and humour.
Continue reading JOB ALERT | Maverick TV looking for Self Shooting PDs for major new series for E4
Writers’ Cramp is seeking disabled aspiring writers and would-be script editors for a six-month programme sponsored by Creative Skillset.
Creative Skillset’s last census revealed that disabled talent is underrepresented in the Film and TV industry. Writers’ Cramp aims to address this by finding five new writers and five new script editors to enter the industry to shake things up and get new stories and voices heard.
Continue reading ThinkBIGGER! & Creative Skillset launch Writers’ Cramp scheme for disabled writers – apply now
Families must be UK residents with a minimum of two children aged 8+.
To apply email windies[at]walltowall.co.uk
Reposted from Broadcast
Sixteen indies have been selected to receive business development training to help unlock up to £2m each in angel investment through the Indielab scheme. Production companies including Gary Lineker’s Goalhanger Films and Sundog, the indie owned by Richard Branson’s son Sam Branson, will take part in the inaugural project, which is backed by the mayor of London Boris Johnson.
Continue reading News | Purple Geko & Lemonade Money selected to pitch for £2m investment via Indielab scheme
To apply, simply fill out the online application form before Monday 11 April 2016, 5:30pm. If you have any questions or would like more information email Richard Pascoe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Friday 8 April 2016
Time: 10:00-19:00 (inc. networking drinks)
Location: Broadcasting House, London, W1
To help the BBC create a broader, more diverse technology workforce, they are running a one-day ‘Diversity in Tech’ networking, development and recruitment conference at BBC Broadcasting House on Friday 8 April. The day is specifically aimed at people from groups that are currently underrepresented within our technical teams; this includes women, people with disabilities, people from ethnic minority backgrounds and individuals from the LGBT community. This free event is an excellent opportunity to visit the iconic headquarters in central London, hear more about the range of tech used at the BBC, network with other techies, talk to recruiters and find out why the BBC is a tech employer of choice for diverse talent.
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Reposted from BBC Careers site.
From the world-class programmes we commission and produce to the talented people we hire, we are committed to achieving diversity across the BBC. With over 350 hours of in-house output a year, BBC Drama Production makes some of the most original, diverse and highly acclaimed television. This ranges from continuing dramas such as Casualty, EastEnders, Holby City and Doctors to series and serials such as Silent Witness, Luther and The Musketeers.
Continue reading Opportunity: Apply for the BBC Drama Assistant Script Editor Trainee Scheme
Reposted from Variety
Ryan Coogler, director and co-writer of Creed, has been named as the first Warner Bros. Creative Talent Ambassador in the U.K. The news comes as the studio’s Creative Talent program welcomed participants of its third season.
Coogler was supported early in his career by the Time Warner Foundation in partnership with Sundance Institute, which enabled him to develop his first feature film, Fruitvale Station. The film went on to win the Grand Jury Prize and the audience award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Coogler said: “Having experienced firsthand the support and impact of programs similar to Warner Bros. Creative Talent, it is fantastic to know that passionate young people of all backgrounds are being given the chance to follow their dreams here in the U.K. This can be a tough industry, and so we need to do what we can to bring talented young people into it.”
Continue reading News | Warner Bros Names ‘Creed’ Director Ryan Coogler as Creative Ambassador in the U.K.