Every Tuesday, TMINE flags up what new TV events BAFTA is holding around the UK
Just as the BFI has started to adapt to the coronavirus quarantine, so too has BAFTA, which is now starting to organise online TV events. I must confess I only just noticed this so I missed last week’s Normal People (UK: BBC Three) panel discussion with Paul Mescal, Daisy Edgar-Jones and Lenny Abrahamson, but you can view that here:
Clearly, though, I’m going to have to keep my eye on BAFTA again.
After the jump, three events coming your way on Zoom in the next week: a preview of Netflix’s The Eddy, a session on the production challenges facing TV producers during lockdown, and a masterclass with Left Bank Pictures’ producer Andy Harries. You’ll be glad to hear they’re all free (I think).
Preview: The Eddy
Thursday, May 14, 5pm
Q&A with writer Jack Thorne and executive producer Alan Poul, as they discuss the new Netflix series starring André Holland, Tahar Rahim and Amandla Stenberg.
TV in Lockdown: The Show Must Go On
Saturday, May 18, 6pm
As the nation stays at home, viewing figures continue to show us how TV has the power to unite and provide a valued source of comfort. At this practical webinar session, a panel of programme makers discuss adapting to the pandemic by creating a range of TV content during lockdown whilst adhering to strict social distancing rules. Speakers will delve into logistical production challenges, share insights on the creative process, how to achieve the right tone for audiences and key lessons learnt to help practitioners learn from what working on set looks like right now.
- Chris Stott, Executive Producer, Zeppotron (The Mash Report)
- John Adams, Multi-Cam Director (The Steph Show)
- Rebecca Papworth, Managing Director, Can Can Productions (The Steph Show)
- Tim Whitwell, Creative Director, Shine TV (A Very British Lockdown: Diaries from the Frontline)
Chair: Jane Muirhead, Managing Director, Raise the Roof Productions (Kirstie: Keep Crafting and Carry On)
Masterclass: Producing with Andy Harries
Sunday, May 19, 5.30pm
BAFTA-winning producer and founder of Left Bank pictures, Andy Harries, will be sharing insights into his craft of producing international television and film.