Mind the Gap! How to make it as a filmmaker beyond your first feature

eeflThe East End Film Festival is running a three-day training programme for new and aspiring film makers. The course is aimed at those who are moving from shorts to features, television to film or debut to slate.

Too many first-time filmmakers never make a second film. Prepare to move on from your first film triumph to a sustainable career in film with this three-day programme. The course will offer the roadmap that every film maker needs to avoid the pitfalls on the route to success.

Sessions will include insights from:
Penny Woolcock (director, One Mile Away)
Johanna von Fischer (head of British Independent Film Awards)
Joe Dunthorne (author, Submarine)
Nick Gonda (producer Tree of Life, CEO TUGG)
Fiona Neilson (producer, 24 Hour Party People)
Marc Isaacs (documentary director)
Rob Savage (director)
Peter Straughan (screenwriter, The Men Who Stare at Goats and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)
Alex Boden (producer, Cloud Atlas)
Matt Harlock (director, The Bill Hicks Story)

Wednesday 3, Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July 2013

3 and 4 July at The Attic, Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street E8 1HE
5 July at 3 Mills Studios, Sugar House Lane, E15 2QS

How much?
One-day pass: £35
Three-day pass: £90
Both passes include lunch + daily extras

What else do I get?
Discounted entry to EMERGEA Field in England + Q&A, East End Live, plus two months FREE membership to Mubi.com


Full programme