In partnership with Creative Lancashire, we’re presenting a series of four Screen Opps events across Lancashire over autumn.
This session, Surviving and Thriving as a Freelancer, sees ushost a panel discussion with 3 North-West based screen professionals who have worked across international music video, broadcast, writing & screen-art. They’ve all seen the hard times and the good, and will talk about different stages, aspects, nurturing, and creative choices their careers have so far seen.
To start the event off, our ‘Show & Tell’ sessions hosts 3-5 short pieces of recently produced or work in progress, to get feedback from a critically and creatively engaged group of professionals and a test audience. You can screen your work now or in future by emailing a synopsis and links (where possible) to email@example.com
6.30pm Show & Tell
7.30pm Panel Discussion with:
Erinma Ochu is a Lecturer whose creative endeavours span art, science and social justice
Chris Krupa is an animator, filmmaker, and creates gig visuals for world famous artists including the Rolling Stones & Madonna
Dan Brereton is a director who works across music videos, commercial brands, and narrative film. He's also an illustrator.
8.30pm Christmas Networking Drinks
What is Screen Opps?
Creative Lancashire and They Eat Culture are working together on Screen Opps to look at the current local landscape for screen related media and the potential to develop the industry in Lancashire. You’ll be able to access development sessions and talks from regional, national, and international screen specialists. From indie film to digital agencies to transmedia to event & marketing moving image to broadcast commissions to artists film, we’re finding out what would help you develop your work here in Lancashire.
Screen Opps needs your input as industry professionals, to feed in about what is needed to help develop more opportunities in Lancashire. Overall, the events represent a fantastic opportunity for those seeking networking, conversations and industry opportunities to gain vital insight, network, and rub shoulders with screen practitioners.
Creative Lancashire is a service provided by Lancashire County Council through its economic development company – Lancashire County Developments Ltd (LCDL). They support creative and digital businesses and work with all sectors to realise creative potential