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Annika | TV Q&A | BAFTA Scotland
1:03:32BAFTA Scotland was joined by producer Arabella Page-Croft, writer Nick Walker, commissioner Philippa Collie-Cousins and actor Silvie Furneaux to discuss new UKTV drama Annika. Annika is brand new UKTV Original, 6 part series based on the hugely successful BBC Radio 4 drama, written by Nick Walker and starring Nicola Walker (The Split, Unforgotten). Annika follows the life of DI Annika Strandhed (Nicola Walker), who has returned to Glasgow to head up the Marine Homicide Unit, where she is tasked with solving the puzzling crimes and unexplained murders that wash up in Scotland’s waters.
BAFTA Cymru | Yr Amgueddfa (The Museum) Q&A (Welsh Q&A)
59:07Please note this Q&A is primarily in Welsh. Yr Amgueddfa (The Museum), S4C’s brand-new original drama and the channel’s first art crime thriller, is a story of love, fraud and sinister motives at the National Museum in Cardiff. Hosted by Stifyn Parri, the speakers include Nia Roberts (Actores / Actress), Steffan Cennydd (Actor), Fflur Dafydd (Cynhyrchydd Creadigol / Creative Producer) and Paul Jones (Cynhychydd y Gyfres / Series Producer). Gyda diolch i S4C. With thanks to S4C.
Guru Guide: Networking, supported by EE
58:04Networking is integral to any career in film, games, or tv but is something most of us can struggle with from time to time. Creative Producer Jessica Armstrong explores ways to overcome imposter syndrome and become better equipped with the skills needed to build both a professional network and a future career path. This session was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme and was supported by EE. Brought to you by BAFTA Cymru and BAFTA Scotland.
Guru Guide: Your TV Career (Scotland)
1:03:10Who are the people and production companies behind Scotland’s tv output? Join our panellists as we present our rough guide to the who, what, where and how it all works in the world of television in Scotland. Panellists: Sara Harkins, Training Manager (Outlander) Laura MacKay, Talent Manager (IWC) Ryan Pasi, Content Producer (BBC The Social) Hosted by Mick McAvoy, Head of Factual (Two Rivers Media) This event was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme. Brought to you by BAFTA Scotland.
Guru Guide: Your TV Career (Wales)
58:14Looking to start or progress your career in TV? Hear expert advice from people working in the TV industry in and around Wales. Panellists: David P. Davis, Executive Producer (Bad Wolf) Siwan Phillips, Head of Production (Boom Cymru) Zoe Rushton, Talent Executive (BBC Studios) Hosted by Producer Jane Dauncey This session was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme, supported by Screen Alliance Wales, Pontio and Bangor University. Brought to you by BAFTA Cymru.
Masterclass: Performance (It's A Sin), supported by Channel 4
58:44What happens if your big tv break is in the cast of one of the most critically acclaimed and important drama series in recent years? Join Gloria (David Carlyle) and Colin (Callum Scott Howells) the Scottish/Welsh members of the It’s A Sin ensemble cast as they discuss their respective experiences with Edith Bowman. This session was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme and was supported by Channel 4. Brought to you by BAFTA Cymru and BAFTA Scotland.
Guru Guide: Your Game Career
58:32Our panel of experts across the games sector in Scotland and Wales explore the different ways you can take the next step in your games career. They share lessons learned, discuss current skills gaps and provide practical tips for getting ahead. Hosted by Gav Murphy (RKG Productions) Panellists: David Banner, Co-Founder (Wales Interactive) Diel Barnes, Game Engineer (Outplay Entertainment) Zoe Sams, Tools Programmer (Rockstar North) Erin Stevenson, 3D Animator (Puny Astronaut) This session was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme. Brought to you by BAFTA Cymru and BAFTA Scotland.
Guru Guide: Your Film Career (Scotland)
1:02:25Starting your career in film? Join us for an opportunity to hear from a variety of voices currently working in the film sector in Scotland. This session was part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme and was supported by Screen Scotland. Panellists: Linda Fraser (BECTU Vision) Razan Madhoon (Filmmaker) Arabella Page Croft (Producer, Black Camel Pictures) Hosted by Steven Little (Head of Production, Screen Scotland) Brought to you by BAFTA Scotland.
Guru Guide: Your Film Career (Wales)
1:00:15Want to work in the Film industry but don’t know where to start? Our panel of experts share their top tips on how you can kick-start your career in film. This session, as part of the Guru Live Online: Spring 21 programme was supported by Screen Alliance Wales, Off Y Grid and Film Hub Wales. Hosted by filmmaker Rebecca Hardy Panellists: Gwenfair Hawkins, Development Executive (Ffilm Cymru Wales) Claire Peate, Screenwriter Carys Lewis, Writer/Director Brought to you by BAFTA Cymru.
BAFTA Cymru | Fflam Q&A (Welsh Q&A)
55:57Please note this Q&A is primarily in Welsh. Fflam is S4C’s first multi-lingual drama and is produced by Vox Pictures. Hosted by BAFTA Cymru Chair Angharad Mair, the speakers include Gwenllian Gravelle (S4C Drama Commissioner), Llyr Morus (Producer), Gwenno Hughes (Co-writer), Mali Ann Rees (cast) and Memet Ali Alabora (cast). This online event was part of Wales Week London 2021.