Casting director Barbara French details her top tips for actors wishing to be cast in films, urging them to do their homework and not to let the nerves get the better of them.
Sound recordist Neil Hillman offers his advice to potential directors working with sound, urging the need for location sound to be captured in order to save cost in post-production.
Digital imaging technician Ben Saffer explains his role on set and how he is involved with the film making process.
Solicitor Nina Latham discusses what a SEIS (Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme) is.
Director Scott Elliott sheds light on when it is the right time to call cut and reveals how one moment of inspiration from a cast member may alter his decision.
Visual effects (VFX) are very common in the world of film and television production. Andy Morrison details when the computer effects are used and why.
Behind-the scenes photographer Steve Lawson discusses what the behind-the-scenes crew did on set.
Composer Ian Arber discusses a typical working day when writing the score for a feature film.
Chris Gill, ACE, discusses the rules involved in editing and how once known, you can begin to break the rules.
Elsa’s Scott and Sid have enlisted the help of a Bantams legend to kickstart their immersive live cinema experience, TRUECINELIVE®
1st AD Ian Astridge reveals his top tips for potential filmmakers.
Director Scott Elliott discusses how watching casting sessions in London caused him to alter the way in which he cast the film.
TRUECINELIVE® IS A STORYTELLING EVENT THAT WILL BE SHOWCASED AT SPORTS STADIUMS AND CONCERT ARENAS TO BE SHARED AND EXPERIENCED BY AUDIENCES IN THEIR THOUSANDS, JUST LIKE A MUSIC CONCERT.
Sound recordist Neil Hillman explains the role of a mixer cart and how it is used on the set of films.
First assistant director Ian Astridge discusses what his role involved on the set of 'Scott and Sid.'
Offering an insight to aspiring composers, Ian Arber discusses the importance of networking and building connections within the industry, whilst stressing the need to build a varied portfolio and continuing to develop as a musician.
Solicitor Nina Latham urges potential producers to seek advise from an early stage when starting a production, ensuring that there are no immediate pitfalls.
First-time director Scott Elliott reveals his top tips for future directors.