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Learning and Events Overview

Our learning and events programme aims to provide a platform for BAFTA members, award winners and nominees to share their expertise, debate and discuss creative excellence. We work with a number of partners who help us to achieve our aims.

BAFTA Members and the public at BAFTA Play an evening showcase of Scottish games talent, 5 May 2013, in the Saltire Centre of Glasgow Caledonian UniversityIn 2015 we held even more events and masterclasses across television, film and gaming. Some of our highlights in 2015 include:

  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass: Acting for camera with Kevin Guthrie 
  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass: Composing for Film with Jocelyn Pook
  • BAFTA Scotland Preview: 'Jekyll & Hyde' + Q&A with writer Charlie Higson and Director of Drama at ITV Studios Francis Hopkinson
  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass: Television Drama with 'True Detective' producer Richard Brown
  • BAFTA Scotland and FTA Scotland preview screening of Prison: First & Last 24 Hours + Q&A with executive producer Mick McAvoy and series producer Louise Say.
  • BAFTA Scotland Interview with showrunner and scriptwriter Ron Moore
  • BAFTA Scotland and Into Film Masterclass: Making the Cut with director John MacLean and cinematographer Fabian Wagner 
  • BAFTA Scotland preview of 'Sunset Song' + Q&A with actors Kevin Guthrie and Agyness Deyn and director Terence Davies
  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass: The Making of 'The Hunt' with cinematographer John Aitchison and assistant producer Mandi Stark. 

BAFTA events are a great opportunity for you to meet other people working in the industry and develop valuable relationships. 

Some of our highlights in 2014 included:

  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass with Stuart Aitken (Axis Animation) on Animation.
  • TV Preview of Dr Who: Deep Breath at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.
  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass on Gogglebox with producer Tania Alexander.
  • BAFTA Scotland Panel on Diversity in the game industry at Develop Live.
  • Exclusive TV Preview of the first two episodes of Outlander.
  • BAFTA Scotland Masterclass with Hamish Hamilton on Multi-camera directing.