Magazine article Screen International

WFTV Selects 20 Mid-Career Particpants for Mentoring Scheme

Magazine article Screen International

WFTV Selects 20 Mid-Career Particpants for Mentoring Scheme

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Women in Film and Television have selected 20 participants for the 2012 WFTV Mentoring Scheme, supported by Skillset and EON Productions.

The initiative runs for six months from January to June 2012. Each mid-career participant will have six hours of mentoring contact with an industry expert. The scheme also includes seminars and access to training and networking opportunities.

There are 10 women currently working in TV:Alexandra Benedict, writer, dramaGeorgia Brown, commercial executive, comedy & dramaMonica Coyne, vision mixer, sport & politicsCindy De Pasquale, producer/director, factualSasha Djurkovic, producer/director, documentarySian Harries, scriptwriter, comedy & childrenAmy Newstead, director of photographySophie Robinson, producer/director, factualGillane Seaborne, series producer, entertainmentLaura Wilshaw, senior producer & programme editor, news

The 20 women currently working in film are:Sally Eastland, writerEmer Gillespie, writerEloher Knowles, voiceover artistGabi Norland, director of photographyMoronke Owoborode [pictured], writer/filmmakerEmily Perowne, second assistant directorJoanna Rogers, producerHelena Smith, writer/directorAndrea Wallace Grant, filmmaker and script editorMegan Stuart Wallace, producer

Confirmed mentors include: Richard Fell, Head of Drama, Fresh Pictures; Kate Leys, ScriptEditor; Debbie Vertue, General Manager, Hartswood Films; Nina Kellgren, Director of Photography;Jane Lush, Joint MD, Splash Media; Andrew Baker, MD Rights. …

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