Broadcast is to host the Production and Post Forum next week, a two-day event featuring top directors, producers, editors and technologists that will highlight the latest production and post techniques.
For more information and to book your place visit the Production and Post Forum website
The event will take place on 23-24 October at the BFI Southbank with over 30 sessions scheduled featuring speakers including Twofour head of docs David Clews, Broadchurch DoP Matt Gray and Downton Abbey executive producer Gareth Neame.
Syria: Across The Lines producer/director Olly Lambert, The Garden co-founders Nick Curwin and Magnus Temple and Artists Studios creative director Gub Neal will also be sharing their production techniques, while The Farm’s David Klafkowski and ITV technology strategist Rowan de Pomerai will discuss the latest technology trends.
The event, which costs £100 for a one day pass or £170 for a two day pass, will feature a post-production studio, with training provided by PixIT Media and Root6. A camera shootout area will give delegates the chance to gain hands-on experience with a range of cameras and a drinks reception, hosted by Panasonic.
“The forum will combine masterclasses and seminars from the people behind some of TV’s best shows with very practical and hands on workshops”, said Conor Dignam, chief executive of Broadcast’s publisher MBI.