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Mon 7 June 11am - 12:15pm
Tue 8 June 11am - 12pm
Wed 9 June 11am - 12:15pm
Thur 10 June 11am - 12:15pm
Fri 11 June 11am - 12:15pm
This is a five day course, please only apply if you can attend all days and are in one of the job roles listed below.
Organising Overseas filming can be incredibly challenging; dealing with difficult visas and carnets as well as having to organise flights and accommodation for your crews. Plus all of the additional considerations and requirements for filming overseas.
This course will cover everything you need to think about and put in place for overseas filming. It will be broken down into easy to digest sections over 5 days and will include practical examples as well as guidance and the chance to ask questions throughout.
Who it's for
This course gives confidence to those with little or no foreign filming experience. It’s suitable for any roles within Scripted and Unscripted TV/Films who want to know how to organise and set up overseas filming.
By the end of the course you will understand the extra organisation required to set up a foreign shoot and where to go for resources and support.
What it covers
Applying for Visas and Permissions
Booking Travel & Accommodation
Creating a Call Sheet
Creating and reviewing a Risk Assessment
Additional paperwork required
What to do when the crew get back
What to do when things go wrong
Q and As
Hannah Gosney is an experienced Head of Production/Senior Production Manager. She has extensive knowledge and experience in setting up foreign shoots in most countries in the world as well as remote and hostile environments. These include places such as Afghanistan, The Arctic, The Amazon Rainforest, The Oman Desert as well as countries such as Russia, America, Dubai, India, China, Laos, Vietnam and countless others.
Throughout her career she’s been passionate about nurturing and training crew and understands the importance of best practice in the industry. With this in mind she now focuses her time on providing training for the media industry with an emphasis on those working in production. She has a Level 3 Train the Trainer qualification and is a Level 3 qualified ILM Coach & Mentor.
This event is supported by the ScreenSkills Television Skills Fund which invests in training for the freelance television workforce thanks to contributions from the BBC, Channel 4, ITV, and Channel 5.
It is part of a ScreenSkills programme to support freelancers to upskill and stay connected, helping keep the industry resilient in these difficult times.
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