The Filmmakers Lab in Exeter is holding a peer-to-peer session about preparing for production. Or as we like to say, ‘Peter Piper picked a peck of peer-to-peer preparing for production.’ Rolls of the tongue, ehh?
The Filmmakers Lab is a group of filmmakers who are working together to promote skills, opportunities and the whole South West region as a filmmaking hub.
The peer-to-peer sessions give people the opportunity to share their experiences, talk through some issues and perhaps offer some solutions.
They are ‘for members to talk about their own projects, discuss their challenges, successes and learning points and to get feedback and inspiration in a supportive and informal environment,’ say the Filmmakers Lab people.
This session will focus on pre-production.
The Filmmakers Lab is a membership organisation, but the friendly group of filmmakers invite anyone who is planning on working on a project to go along to contribute.
‘Our long-term ambition is to support a growth of regional filmmaking talent and increase the quality of locally produced films,’ they say.
‘Please bring along ideas, treatments, plans, schedules, budgets or other pre-production paperwork,’ they ask.
The peer-to-peer event takes place at the Exeter Phoenix on December 17. Book a spot (for members and non members alike).
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