6-8 & 13-15 October and 12 December 2022

This Sustainability Management Course aims to improve environments for everyone in the film and media businesses and increase knowledge for those who wish to run a business or large media project more sustainably. There is already excellent training for ecological movie and TV production; therefore, we are looking beyond this from a broader perspective to include economic, ecological, cultural, and social perspectives. Topics will include: Economical: The power of money and Corporate Sustainability Ecological: Carbon literacy refresher and how to improve our impact on the environment Cultural: Diverse teams, how to enhance creativity and innovation by your work environment Social: Strategies for Group participation and personal well-being/ mental health awareness The aim is to work towards a European standard certification in order to help create an industry which respects the environment and the people within it.

28 - 30 June and 19 September (online) 2022

Designed to encourage film makers to find and build early audience engagement for their project/s. Learning to develop an audience design strategy at the earlier stages of the film making process will allow participants to have a greater understanding of how to engage that audience with the correct messaging for grass roots marketing across the various social platforms, find and build communities and looking at alternative and education opportunities. Participants will leave this course with a greater understanding of how to augment their film’s message, and how to build an impact campaign around their film.

13 - 17 June 2022

This 5 day series of sessions will cover the key areas of legal knowledge needed such as: - Negotiation of Option Agreements - Writers - Directors - Cast - Negotiating with US Guilds - Sales & Distribution Agreements - Deals with the Streamers. Participants will come away with practical knowledge, confidence and understanding of the various legal aspects of film & TV contracts.