– Interview from The Huffington Post’s film section
As a post-graduate and an MFA candidate I’ve been asked about my degree in film, television and theatre.
A few times, a film producer colleague – who now makes films for television in the US – mentioned that she felt “so much work has been done in our field yet so little has been done in the creative side”.
While I have been fortunate to have a supportive supportive network of directors and producers, with whom I’ve shared stories from different areas of my education – including my time as a film technician at the Royal Television Society (RTS)—I’ve had to learn a lot about what it is that I want out of film production at the moment.
The first thing I’ve learnt is to ignore those who tell you that degree only goes so far, that the practical training is not enough. I’ve had more than one woman tell me that they wish the same degree I was to be what they are now.
My first reaction is that I just do not think I’m up to the task, given that I worked as a film technician for more than a decade ago. I’m just not sure it would be the same with this new position; I can’t imagine what they have to look forward to over the summer.
To find out what you need to know about the new work visa scheme and what you will need to do when applying you can read our interview with David Fizdale here.
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This stunning picture taken last night shows the devastation caused by the Manchester Arena bomb.
Police have released a new picture of the Manchester Arena terror suspect to help hunt for the “terrorist threat”.
(Image: Manchester Evening News)
Pictured, the bearded suspect has a distinctive red jacket and dark beard that is said to have been similar to that of the person who detonated the bomb that killed 22 people and injured 59 others inside Arena on Tuesday night.
The pictures were taken on Monday evening in the early hours, as police were still searching for the bomber.
The picture was taken by a passer-by on the platform of the Manchester Piccadilly station around 1.50am, said Detective Chief Constable Ian Hopkins, after police were alerted to a suspicious item.
An officer was nearby at the time and “noticed a man standing on the platform
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