2014

CINE MASTERS of GREAT BRITAIN in conjunction with the LONDON FILM SCHOOL, presents:

A CHANCE TO MEET
Saturday 5th April 2014 at The London Film School
Introduction to each craft and panel discussion.

Speakers: Script Supervisor Angela Allen, Camera Operator Jamie Harcourt, Production Designer Stephen Scott, Location Manager Richard Godfrey.




2013 

AN EVENING WITH RENÉE GLYNNE

The Cinema Museum
Thursday 2-May 2013 at 19.30

Don't miss the renowned Continuity/Script Supervisor, whose career has spanned over 80 films, including Brief Encounter before she was 20, The Quatermass Xperiment, Rolling Stones film Sympathy for the Devil, A Room with a View and The Krays. In conversation with Jonathan Rigby.

To find out more and to book tickets please visit this page

The Cinema Museum
The Master's House
2 Dugard Way (off Renfew Road)
London SE11 4TH

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COMING SOON...

BESIDE THE MOVIE CAMERA
by Renée Glynne


Painting in Greece, exhibiting in Bayswater… A studio going up in flames while the director films on… Kung-Fu in Hong Kong… Taking tea with George Bernard Shaw…

Renée Glynne has seen the world and worked with some of the biggest names in the film industry in a career spanning over half a century as Continuity.

Avalard Publishing is proud and delighted to bring you Renée's personal memories of her life and career.

We are not quite sure when Avalard will be publishing this book. For more info please visit Avalard

 
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RECRUIT THE BEST SCRIPT SUPERVISOR TRAINEES FOR YOUR NEXT FEATURE 

The Creative Skillset Craft and Technical Skills Academy is a unique training initiative made possible through a groundbreaking, strategic alliance between the film industry
and education.
 
Creative Skillset's Trainee Placement Scheme gives you the chance to hire the best script supervisor trainees at hugely subsidised rates. If your production has contributed to the Skills Investment Fund (SIF) we commit to covering 70% of your trainee's wages on your behalf. 

The Scheme undergoes a rigorous application process thereby ensuring we have the best script supervisor trainees available. Our film trainees have already benefited a number of UK productions for other departments including Ginger & Rosa,
Seven Psychopaths, I Give it a Year, The Double, Les Miserables, etc.

For our film trainees the Scheme provides an effective bridge between training and industry, giving them the chance to develop their skills on set working alongside experienced Script Supervisors. 

Script Supervisor trainees is a new department to the scheme, so don't miss out - ask production about getting your own trainee!

For more information, please visit www.creativeskillset.org
 
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Should you know of any talks or events that could be mentioned here do please
get in touch.



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Evolution du métier de script par
Sylvette Baudrot et Zoé Zurstrassen
Conférences du Conservatoire des techniques, 
Cinémathèque Française
40 avenue des Terroirs de France
75611 Paris 

This conference took place on Friday 8-February 2013 at 14:30. 

To find out more visit La Cinémathèque Française
 

 
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2010  - PAST EVENTS

THE THIRD MAN (Studio Canal Collection) Released Sep 2010

The Third Man is a British cinematic masterpiece from director Carol Reed, author Graham Greene and starring Joseph Cotton, Alida Valli and Orson Welles. An undisputed all-time classic, the film features some of cinema's most memorable set pieces: the chase through the sewers, the enormous Ferris wheel, the elm-lined cemetery and Anton Karas' zither score, a worldwide phenomenon in itself.

Special Features include an Audio commentary with Angela Allen (2nd Unit Continuity), Guy Hamilton (Assistant Director) and Simon Callow. 


 
BAFTA : ACADEMY EVENTS 
Making Better Movies: Vision, Sound and Continuity
                                      
Tuesday 2-November 2010

In their 'Learning & Events' programme, BAFTA, Skillset & Cineguilds presented an evening examining the importance of the work of Continuity Script Supervisors to three principal elements of a film crew - Camera, Sound and Editing.  
Panel members: Diana Dill, Denis Crossan, Eddy Joseph, Terry Rawlings.  Introduced by Angela Allen.

For current BAFTA events click here