The Artist’s Cut – Workshops for Artists
As part of Northern Film & Media and Channel 4’s The Artist’s Cut programme we will be running a series of workshops covering story development, film business, production techniques and working with actors. Thanks to the support of the Arts Council there is no charge for attendance but availability of places is limited.
Casting Demystified, with Julie Harkin
In this, the fourth and final Artist's Cut workshop, Juile Harkin will lead a round table session revealing the casting process and her approaches to casting for a range of budgets. The session will cover how casting directors work and the creative relationship between actor and director. How filmmakers approach the casting process and how to find the right actors for your film for every role, regardless of the budget.
Julie is a Casting Director specialising in film and television. She has become renowned for the discovery and promotion of emerging new acting talent, receiving recent critical acclaim for casting the BAFTA award winning drama Misfits. Julie has cast major productions for The BBC, ITV and C4/E4 alongside her film work for Working Title, Cloud Eight Films and Film London.
Where: Northern Film & Media, Studio 3, The Kiln, Hoults Yard, Walker Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1AB
When: Thurs 22 March. Registration from 12.10pm for a prompt 12.30pm start; ends 2.00pm.
To book your place please follow the registration link above.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORKSHOP IS NOT SUITABLE FOR ACTORS. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CANCEL INAPPROPRIATE REGISTRATIONS.
This workshop is delivered in partnership with Newcastle University Research Centre for Film and Digital Media. The Artist’s Cut is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by the ERDF Competitiveness Programme 2007-13. The ERDF programme is bringing over £300m into the North East to support innovation, enterprise and business support across the region.
Northern Film & Media is supported by
This project is being supported by ONE North East and all activity is partially funded by the European Regional Development Fund 2007-13.
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