BFI Media Conference
Thursday 2 & Friday 3 July 2015, BFI Southbank
The annual BFI Media Conference offers an exciting programme of presentations, panels and workshops to inspire and support teachers of film and media at 14+ and in FE/HE. It’s a uniquely valuable professional development opportunity, including everything from new teaching approaches and methods to be practiced right away to rare insight into the work of the media industries across platforms.
This year, the conference’s Industry strand includes sessions on Alternative Film Distribution (a panel including Catherine Bray, producer of Beyond Clueless) Social Media and Marketing BBC’s Sherlock (Rajiv Nathwani, BBC), an overview of the possibilities of VR for immersive TV (Framestore), the production story of the ITV News app (William Owen, Made By Many) and an insight into the thinking behind commissioning shorts for Channel 4 (Isaac Densu, Channel 4). The Teaching strand includes Steph Hendry on ‘Applying Media Concepts to TV Fiction’, Jonathan Nunns on ‘The BBC: Past, Present and Future’, Rob Miller on ‘Identities and the Media’ and the launch of a major new online media and film skills resource, UKfilmNet. The Research strand includes presentations by Ofcom and the BFI as well as Michael Lovelock on ‘Representing Gay Identity in Reality TV’, Anastasia Kavada on ‘Digital Media and the Occupy Movement’ and more! Special events and plenary session speakers to be announced soon, and full programme available in early April.
- Complete the Media Conference 2015 Registration Form and Media Conference 2015 Optional Session Selection Form.
- Pay at the same time with cheque or card. Your booking/payment confirmation will be emailed to you.
Save up to 20% on the standard price of a conference pass with our Early Bird offer!
|EARLY BIRD OFFER until Friday 22 May||STANDARD PRICE|
|One full pass (2 days)*||£245||£295|
|Two full passes**||£220||£270|
|Three or more full passes**||£195||£245|
|One full Concessionary/PGCE pass||£120||£145|
*Full passes may not be shared between delegates.
**Booked by same institution.
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Past BFI Media Conferences
A funding scheme for education activities, encouraging 5-19 year olds across the UK to watch, make and understand film.