For many roles in the screen industries, it's essential to have a portfolio that demonstrates your creativity. A portfolio, or showreel, will help you persuade admissions tutors or employers to take you on.
Showreels are short videos showing a selection of your best clips. Portfolios are collections of your work, either in the form or a website or a physical artist's case. A portfolio website can include a showreel or a showreel can stand alone.
What to include in your video, where to host it and what free software is available
Advice on making a showreel for roles ranging from concept artist to rigger and compositor
What to include in your portfolio as samples, where to host it and what software to use
To get into hair and make-up departments in film or TV you need images of your work
What to include for every role ranging from concept artist to technical director and compositor
What to include in a portfolio website for writers breaking into film, TV and games
For work in art departments, you need a case of work or a website portfolio or showreel
Tips for creating showreels in every role from games design to programming
How to present your skills in wardrobe to help you get into costume departments