BFI Media Conference

3-4 July 2014

Inspiring and supporting teachers with the latest trends and approaches across industry, research and classroom teaching.

The conference welcomes Adam MacDonald (Director, Sky 1 HD) and Alison Owen (Founder and Producer, Ruby Film & Television and producer Saving Mr Banks, Shaun of the Dead) as our plenary speakers. Further Industry speakers include Samira Ahmed (BBC Newswatch), Jesse Armstrong (writer Babylon, Peep Show), Rosie Allimonos (Head of Content Partnerships, Original Channels – Google EMEA) and Sam Lavender (Commissioning Executive – Film 4).

Research and teaching sessions cover everything from the latest ideas around digital learning to teaching Horror, and from teaching media regulation to the value of teaching about media industry failure rather than success. And we’re delighted to include special events with writers Owen Jones (Chavs: The Demonization of the Working Class) and Jon Savage (Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture).

To book

1. Read through the Media Conference 2014 leaflet and select which optional sessions you would like to attend. Please note that the full conference programme, including detailed information on session content and speakers, will be available from the week beginning 28 April 2014.

2. Complete the Media Conference 2014 session selection form and application form.

3. Return both forms with payment by post to BFI Media Conference 2014, BFI Southbank, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT, or by email/phone to / 020 7815 1329.

The Early Bird deal, offering up to 20% off the standard ticket price, is only available until Friday 23 May!

  Early Bird Standard price
1 full place £245 £295
2 full places £220 £270
3+ full places £195 £245
Day rate £170 £190
Concessionary/PGCE £120 £145

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