02 May 12
See what film industry events are coming up in the BAFTA calendar.
The BAFTA / Creative Skillset Guest Lecture Programme, formed in partnership with BAFTA and Creative Skillset, consists of a series of guest lectures delivered by BAFTA winners and nominees for the benefit of students on Creative Skillset Ticked courses in Media Academies across the UK.
Following on from the EE British Academy Film Awards on 10 February 2013, the nominated short films and short animations will be touring the country.
Big Dance, British Council and Channel 4 in association with BAFTA are delighted to announce a second series of Big Dance Shorts, this time focusing on the creative relationship between Brazil and the UK.
Wed 22 May at 6.30pm
BAFTA presents a masterclass with BAFTA-winning producer and co-producer, Anita Overland (The Iron Lady, Red Riding, In This World). Anita will discuss her craft and varied career in production management, both above and below the line, working across a huge variety of budgets, locations and genres.
Thurs 23 May at 6.10pm
Join us at BFI Southbank for this rare opportunity to hear Lois Burwell first-hand on how some of her iconic looks have been created.
Wed 5 June at 6.15pm
Join us at the ICA for a Masterclass Lab in costume design with Jane Petrie. From working as the assistant costume designer on productions including Captain Corelli’s Mandolin and Buffalo Soldiers, Jane went on to designing features such as 28 Weeks Later. She has also costume designed Moon and Fish Tank.
Thurs 6 June at 7.00pm
BAFTA presents a masterclass with BAFTA-winning editor Chris King (Senna, Exit Through The Gift Shop, Marley, Our War). In his BAFTA Crew masterclass, Chris will offer insights into his craft and his take on storytelling - as well as sharing dispatches from some of the most exciting cutting rooms in the country, working with acclaimed directors Asif Kapadia, Kevin Macdonald, Shane Meadows and elusive artist Banksy.
Thurs 13 June at 10.45am
Join us at Sheffield Doc/Fest with award-winning producer John Battsek, executive producer of BAFTA and Oscar-winning Searching for Sugarman and the BAFTA-winning The Imposter for a masterclass on the craft of producing feature documentaries.
Wed 26 June at 6.10pm
With over 70 film credits, Gabriel Yared has scored some modern-day classics. His long and fruitful relationship with Anthony Minghella saw him scoring Cold Mountain, The Talented Mr Ripley, and The English Patient. This is a rare opportunity to hear Yared play live and discuss his prolific career.
17 June – 10am – 6:30pm – London, BAFTA 195 Piccadilly
BAFTA, British Council and Shooting People host are back with our popular annual all-day event on marketing and distributing your short film.
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