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A costume designer plays an essential role in defining the overall look of a production. Their creations provide strong visual support to the story’s concept, context and tone, as well as communicating key details about each character’s personality. This role requires a great deal of expertise, as costumes must be co-ordinated and expertly executed within a tight timeframe and strict budget.
Channel 5’s Director of Programming, Ben Frow and Commissioning Editor: Factual, Guy Davies would like to invite Producers in Wales to a briefing session to hear the current and future needs from the Channel. It’s a great opportunity to ask any questions about Channel 5, Viacom and anything else you’d like!
Tuesday, 7 February 2017 - 12:00pm
The White Room, JOLYONS AT NO. 10, 10 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ
In a grotty warehouse Justine is set to broker a gun deal between IRA members Chris & Frank and gun dealers Vernon & Ord when a personal grievance throws things out of kilter and a chaotic, extended shootout ensues. The special effects on this film were created by BAFTA and BAFTA Cymru-winners Real SFX.
Katie Thistleton (CBBC presenter) hosts a showcase of the films, television and games nominated at November’s BAFTA Children’s Awards. A fun mix of behind-the-scenes films, audience Q&As, challenges and a drawing competition.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Helen Raynor (Mr Selfridge, Baker Boys, Doctor Who and Torchwood) and Cath Tregenna (Law and Order UK, Inspector Lewis, Doctor Who, The Bench and Torchwood) will talk about their approaches to screenwriting with producer Laura Cotton from Touchpaper TV.