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Post Fest is BECTU's second annual event for Post Production and VFX workers and takes place at 01-ZeroOne in Soho, Central London.

It's a day to come together to learn, to discuss and to enjoy. Programmed by leading representatives of BECTU's Post Production and Facilities and VFX branches, the event will help the post-production community to connect and to celebrate the contribution of Post and VFX to the British Film and TV Industries.

Come alone, or in a group, you'll be in good company. Whether you're just starting out, or more experienced, our mix of topical masterclasses, panel discussions and a brilliant social to close the day will deliver real benefit to you.

This year's sessions include:

For the Throne: Celebrating the final season of Game Of Thrones

  • Crispin Green - Picture Editor

  • Steph McCutcheon - First Assistant Editor

  • Íde O'Rourke - Associate Producer

  • Tim Hands - ADR supervisor

Moderated by Meredith Leece

Bohemian Rhapsody: The Sound of Queen

  • John Warhurst - Supervising Sound Editor

  • Nina Hartstone - Supervising Dialogue & ADR Editor

  • Tim Cavagin - Re-recording Mixer

  • Jens Petersen - Dialogue & ADR Editor

  • Al Sirkett - FX Editor

  • Ali Hawkins - FX Editor

  • Louise Burton - Assistant Sound Editor

The Rough Assembly present: Meet The Editors

  • Tania Reddin - ‘Funny Cow’, ‘Journey’s End’

  • Mags Arnold - ‘The Trip’, ‘Big Little Lies’

  • Celia Haining - ‘The Crown’, ‘Peaky Blinders’

  • Sarah Brewerton - ‘Criminal Justice’, ‘War of the Worlds’

Moderated by Emma McCleave (‘Trust’, ‘Come Away’)’

Sara Putt - The Deal Hunter

Sara Putt, agent to many of the UK's leading HoDs will share her negotiating plan and checklist.

You will learn how to:

  • Get treated by employers with the respect that you deserve

  • Take control of conversations when you are being offered work - being assertive without being confrontational

  • Ensure that you are able to negotiate the best rate you can get

  • Work with colleagues to establish better industry rates

  • Ensure that other key terms and conditions are acceptable to you (breaks, travel, per diems, equipment hire, etc)

Documentary Editing - storytelling without a script

  • Will Gilbey (2019 BAFTA Winner) - BROS: After the screaming stops

  • Anna Price (2018 BAFTA Nominee) Louis Theroux: Dark States (Heroin Town)

  • Will Grayburn (2018 BAFTA Winner) Chris Packham: Asperger's and Me

  • Samuel R. Santana (2017 RTS Winner) Bring Me Back To Life

Moderated by Roberto Borzoni - Head of Production Music @ Warner Chappell Music

Artificial Intelligence Demise of VFX or its new BFF?

This panel will explore the relationship between Artificial Intelligence and VFX. With ever changing sophisticated technologies being developed and introduced across the TV and Film industries, our panel will discuss whether A.I. will be the beginning of the end for VFX as we know it, or will it be its new best friend?

Panel TBC

Edit Collective presents: ‘Fighting to Flourish’: A round table discussion on cultivating an ethical workplace culture

This session will be facilitated by -

  • Harley Yeung Kurylowski - Award winning director, editor, member of Edit Collective BFI Flare mentee alumni, and programmer-organiser of queer film events, based in London

  • Riaz Meer is a Grierson award winning, and BAFTA nominated producer and film editor. Riaz has over 20 years’ experience working on Feature Films, Television Drama and Documentary

  • Katherine Janes is an Award winning Editor and Edit Collective co-founder with Agathe Barbier. Edit Collective is a London based collective and support network for female, non-binary and trans identifying, editors working in Film and TV

  • Nia Hughes is the BECTU Post Production Organiser and co-developer of Post Fest

Tax with Tony

Find out what you need to know about tax for freelancers in the creative sectors. Join BECTU's freelance and research officer Tony Lennon in this insightful session

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 8th September, 12.00 - 20.00. Doors open 12.00

Ticket prices: BECTU members £15, non-members £25 (plus Eventbrite fee). Refunds available until midnight on Sunday 1st September 2019

*Due to artists work patterns and commitments, speakers and line-up are subject to change.

**This event is proudly sponsored by BECTU, Hireworks, Warner Chappell Production Music & Frame.io

***Not a BECTU member yet? No worries! You can join on the day for a special price of £7.50 a month for the first year - aka 'winning'

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