In a digital world, you need to know how to use the right tools to get you and your work noticed – whether it’s a showreel, an online cv or a presentation for an interview. The good news is many of these tools are available free of charge if you know where to look. Alan Thorn from the National Film and Television School gives a vital guide to the websites and software that will help you sell your skills and make you stand out from the crowd without costing you a penny
About the event: So You Want to Work in TV?
Channel 4 and the National Film and Television School (NFTS) have an exciting week of online sessions that are all free and open to anyone to join. The theme of the week is how to start and progress your career in television production. Kicking off on Monday 10th October with sessions every day of the week, there will be a chance to learn from a range of tv professionals about the different routes into the tv industry and how to have a successful career.
So you want to work in TV is aimed at people looking to take the first steps into TV sector, or those in the early parts of their careers looking to progress. All the sessions are completely free and will be hosted on zoom.
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