Mastering the technique of compositing in film and HETV for disabled talent

Career stages
Early, Experienced, Expert
ScreenSkills funded

The Pipeline (University of Salford) is delighted to deliver a fantastic new regional training programme for disabled talent in mastering the technique of compositing in film and HETV.

This programme is supported by ScreenSkills as part of the BFI Future Film Skills programme using funds from the National Lottery and by the ScreenSkills High-end TV Skills Fund with contributions from UK high-end TV productions. It is open to applicants in the UK regions and nations.

Who it's for

The focus of the training is for disabled practitioners at early and experienced stages of their career within post production and who have been working within this area of the VFX pipeline for two to four years or more, who are keen to build on existing skills within the role of compositing.

Those working in photography, animation, art and design, games or environmental design looking to step into the exciting world of VFX pipeline will also be elegible to apply.

What it covers

This is a highly competitive programme with 10 places available for 5 days of online practical and technical training leading to the completion of an asset.

Following the training, five participants will be offered a 5-10 week paid placement with a post-production facility to build on their skills and work with industry experts.

Initial training dates  28 March to 1 April 2022, covering 5 days from Monday to Friday. 

How to apply

To apply, please fill in this application form. The deadline for applying is Monday 28 February 2022 at 5pm. 

For more information on the course, please visit the website

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Contact information

Name: The Pipeline (University of Salford)

The Pipeline (University of Salford)

The Pipeline (University of Salford)

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