Screen industry greats talk candidly about the secrets of their careers from their homes. TV commissioners reveal what makes a good pitch. Craftspeople share their top tips for success. These are videos of events commissioned during the coronavirus lockdown to encourage freelancers from the film, TV and animation industries in the time of crisis.
The executive producer of The Plane Crash reveals how to make "impossible" factual TV
Casualty costume designer talks about her work with her counter-part in Doctor Who
The executive producer of Made in Chelsea explains how the team keeps the hit show real
Against the Tides' director of photography on how he kept close-ups in focus on the ocean
Producer Faith Penhale talks with screenwriter Sally about their drama Gentleman Jack
Nickelodeon commissioner on what makes great live-action and animation programmes for kids
UK writer talks with US writer, Jeff Melvoin, on the routes to international TV screenwriting
The former controller of BBC One on her journey from Acton Gazette to Kensington Palace
The animation director speaks on her work that includes Oscar-nominated The Breadwinner
Channel 4's head of sport on what he wants in a pitch - and why you should run it past your mum
The founder of Curve Media on setting up and growing an indie - and being a mum of four
The creator of Netflix and Disney+ programmes talks about making subscription video-on-demand
Producers of Three Girls, based on child abuse in Rochdale, talk about making factual TV drama
ITV entertainment commissioner on making shows without a live audience and I'm a Celebrity
The founder of NERD Productions on her unconventional approach to developing new talent
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